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Flora of North America (FNA) is a project undertaken by North American botanists to provide authoritative, up-to-date information on the names, relationships, characteristics, and distributions of the approximately 21,000 species of plants that grow outside of cultivation in North America north of Mexico. It is a work in progress, with new volumes published simultaneously on the Web and in print by Oxford University Press. The print version is available in the UCSB Library and includes some volumes not yet online..

Materials Indexed: Books Database Type: Electronic Book Collection, Full Text Collection, Reference Book Collection Interface Language: English Materials Language: English Subject: Anthropology, Archaeology, Biology, Life Sciences Broad Category: Sciences