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This field guide, 378 of the most common varieties are presented in a unique format.
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Geyata Ajilvsgi (GEY-ah-tah ah-gee-LUSK), a native Texan, is uniquely qualified to write a field guide to Texas wildflowers. For most of her life she has been doing what she loves best--walking through the woods and fields photographing, studying, identifying, and collecting plants. As a novice and layperson herself in the beginning, she collected specimens for the late Donovan S. Correll, whose Manual of the Vascular Plants of Texas (written with Marshall C. Johnston) is the standard reference text on Texas flora. Her work, both for Correll and later as a vascular plant field taxonomist for an environmental consulting firm, has resulted in the addition of several species to the official listings of the state's flora. She is frequently called upon to locate and identify rare and endangered species. For a number of years, she was Herbarium Botanist with the Department of Biology, Texas A&M University.
A freelance writer and photographer, Ajilvsgi has produced other books as well as numerous articles on a range of nature subjects. Now at home in the East Texas woodlands, she pursues her art, writing, and photography.
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