Our Digital Atlases are unique products developed to showcase our high-resolution photography. Each contains 1,400 or more pictures, with notes on identification and ecology. The majority of the pictures can be zoomed to full screen or beyond; on a full-size monitor this gives magnifications from 3x to over 50x, and allows the atlases to function as digital microscopes, preloaded with 200 to 300 species each.
The Digital Atlases are both useful and beautiful. Students and naturalists can use them for identification, review, and to meet plants they haven’t seen. Anyone who loves plants will enjoy the imagery, and to see thousands of details that have never been photographed clearly before.
The Digital Atlases are supplied as pdfs for free download to a computer. iPad downloads are possible. See instructions after Sedge Digital Atlas description in “Comments”. They may be used for any personal, educational, or nonprofit purpose. Sedges (357 pages, 223 species) is currently available. Mosses (1,156 pages, about 330 species) and Woody Plants (724 pages, about 270 species) are now available for download. A digital atlas of grasses is currently under preparation and will be available in spring 2022.