It has been my good fortune, through connection with the Minnesota Botanical Survey, to be able to study the lichen-flora of a region extending from northeastern Iowa to the British possessions; and it is my purpose first of all to give a somewhat revised abridgment of a previous paper dealing with the lichen-floras of certain localities within this region. The localities are Fayette, Iowa; Pictured Rocks, Clayton County, Iowa; and Minneapolis. I had originally intended to present merely an abstract of the original paper, but have finally decided that the only way to do justice to the subject is to give a more extended account from an Iowan point of view.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Sciences
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"Notes Concerning Iowa Lichens,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 5(1), 174-187.
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