The Caprifoliaceae of Ohio
Creators:Hauser, Edward J. P.
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science. v65 n3 (May, 1965), 118-129
This paper presents a current account of the range and distribution of Ohio's species of the Caprifoliaceae, of which the following genera are represented in this study: Diervilla, Linnaea, Lonicera, Sambucus, Symphoricarpos, Triosteum, and Viburnum. Lonicera, represented by twelve species, and Viburnum, represented by eleven species, are the largest genera. Of the thirty-two species considered in this study, eight are rare, ten are infrequent, five are frequent, and nine are common in their occurrence for the state. Keys for the identification of these species, cytological and ecological data, citation of significant specimens, and other useful data are also presented. Distribution maps are provided for all species.
Author Institution: Department of Biological Sciences, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
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