Graphics » Identification

Identification graphics are typically large-format charts, using mixtures of photos, drawings, and annotation. The idea is to get all the species in a group on a single page so that you can compare them easily.

Three annotated photomontages showing the buds of 97 species of woody plants from the Champlain…
Four annotated photomontages of about 70 species of woody plants, ferns, and herbs from the fertile…
Photomosaics and identification diagrams of the buds of 68 woody plants from dry, fertile, rocky…
Four annotated photomontages showing about 50 woody plants and 13 forest herbs from the lowland boreal.…
An annotated chart of the leaves of 73 woody plants, found along the Maine coast…
Three photomosaics, showing 39 herbs and 17 grasses and sedges of shores and adjacent forests…
Five pages of annotated photomosaics with ecological diagrams, leaf shapes, and critical characters for about…
Two large binned charts, one for acrocarps and one for pleurocarps, covering about 170 genera,…
A photo-montage of sixteen common mosses of dry, fertile rocky hills, with close-ups, leaf  characters,…
Two annotated photomosaics and two ecological diagrams showing about 45 species of common mosses, lichens,…