Flora Neomexicana Series

FLORA NEOMEXICANA Volumes:

Important Note: May 4, 2020.  The Flora Neomexicana series is currently being updated and will be re-issued soon. Because we are close to issuing the revised versions, I had planned to delete the old editions on lulu.com. Unfortunately, lulu is in the midst of upgrading their website, which has gone badly, and I am not able to pull the obsolete books from sale. Please do not purchase these books that will be replaced soon.  PDF versions of the old editions should be available at no cost (unless lulu messes that up, also). We anticipate full availability of the revised editions later this year, on lulu.com or perhaps another site. My apologies for the confusion. Kelly Allred

FNM IVolume I :  Annotated Checklist, 2nd edition, 2012.  by Kelly W. Allred.  The 3783 species (and 4204 total taxa) of vascular plants occurring in the wild in New Mexico are listed, with synonymy, common names, whether native or exotic, references, and a complete accounting of all names that have been reported for New Mexico. Also included is an introduction to the climate, geologic history, soils, ecoregions, vegetation types, botanical history, and endemic, exotic, and noxious plants of the state. Available in paper, hardbound, and pdf versions; 6 x 9 inches; 603 pages.

 

FNM II

Volume II :  Glossarium Nominum, 2nd edition, 2012.  by Kelly W. Allred.  The etymology, definition, and usage of each of the scientific names of New Mexico vascular plants are explained. Available in paper, hardbound, and pdf versions; 6 x 9 inches; 151 pages.

 

 

 

FNM III

Volume III :  An Illustrated Identification Manual, 1st edition, 2012.  by Kelly W. Allred & Robert DeWitt Ivey (Eugene Jercinovic, editor).  Identification keys are provided for the 3783 species (and 4204 total taxa) of vascular plants found in New Mexico. Approximately 1600 species are illustrated. A glossary of terms, and notes on habitat, distribution, and ecology are provided for each species. Available in paper, hardbound, and pdf versions; 8.5 x 11 inches; 719 pages.

 

FNM IIIa

This is a condensed version of “Flora Neomexicana III : An Illustrated Identification Manual,” with the illustrations omitted and the text reduced in size and length by one-third. Keys and brief descriptions of range and habitat are provided for the 3783 species of vascular plants found in the wild in New Mexico. Available in paper and pdf versions; 6 x 9 inches; 480 pages.