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Woody Plants of the Mogollon Highlands

WOODY PLANTS OF THE MOGOLLON HIGHLANDS

WRITTEN BY CARL AND JOAN TOMOFF, PUBLISHED BY THE NATURAL HISTORY INSTITUTE

Focusing on the recently delineated and ecologically unique Mogollon Highlands ecoregion of Arizona and New Mexico, “Woody Plants of the Mogollon Highlands” covers over 80 species of trees, shrubs, vines, and succulents.

With an easy-to-read botany introduction, scores of full-color plates, and in-depth profiles of fascinating ecological topics that put plants in context, this book will be a welcome resource for beginners and experts alike.

The field guide earned a sterling review in the periodical, “The Plant Press.” In the review Ellen Dorn writes, “Written in a clear style, this book is full of extremely useful information for anyone interested in learning more about the major native woody and succulent plants of the Mogollon Highlands…” The review commends authors Joan Tomoff’s photographs and Carl Tomoff’s unique approach to the topic. “The Plant Press” is a publication of the Arizona Native Plant Society. Read the entire review here.

 

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