Series: InterMountain Flora

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Inter Mountain Flora Vascular Plants by Arthur Cronqurst
Intermountain Flora - Vascular Plants of the Intermountain West, U.S.A. - Geological and Botanical History of the Region, its Plant Geography and a Glossary. Vol. 1 by Arthur John Cronquist1
Intermountain flora; vascular plants of the Intermountain West, U.S.A Volume 5 by Arthur John Cronquist2A
Intermountain Flora, Volume Two: Subclass Dileniidae by Noel H. Holmgren2B
Intermountain Flora, Volume Three, Part A: Subclass Rosidae (except Fabales) by Arthur John Cronquist3A
Intermountain Flora, Volume Three, Part B: Fabales by R.C. Barneby3B
Intermountain Flora, Volume Five: Asterales by Arthur John Cronquist5
Intermountain flora; vascular plants of the Intermountain West, U.S.A, Volume Six : the Monocotyledons by Arthur John Cronquist6

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