The following paper is the result of a somewhat detailed study of the flora of a small section of the Oregon coast in Lincoln County, namely, that lying between Yaquina Head and the mouth of Yachats River. These two points are distant from each other in a straight line about twenty-five miles; by the beach, striking across the mouths of the bays, the distant is perhaps twenty-eight miles. The flora in the neighborhood of Seal Rocks, about midway between the two points, received the most attention, though the whole ground was gone over rather carefully. This section is fairly representative of the entire coast of the state, except the extreme southern part.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1919 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Peck, Morton E.
"Study of a Section of the Oregon Coast Flora,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 26(1), 337-362.
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