Because the volume’s original publication in 1999, thirty-four additional species of plants have been recognized in Illinois. Some are discoveries from latest field work, some are from more thorough searches of herbaria, and others are from different taxonomic philosophies.
For each and every species of Carex in Illinois, there’s a full illustration showing the habit of the plant and close-united states of americaof quite a lot of vegetative and reproductive structures which might be an important for the identification of the individual species. There could also be a complete description of each and every species in addition to a detailed discussion of the nomenclature and habitats. Range maps show the county distribution of each and every species in Illinois. A new and detailed key is provided for identification of the species.