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Jim Y.


Perry Hall, MD

Member since:

August 21, 2011

What is your level of knowledge about botany/native plants?

Some college level courses: Systematic Botany, Field applications of Sys Botany, Dendrology. 2 summers doing forest health surveys in NY with included veg-plots. Fairly extensive ID library; herbs of MD, woody plants of MD, Manual of the Vascular Plants of the NE US and Adjacent Canada; The Plants of Pennsylvania: An Illustrated Manual; Vascular Flora of the Carolinas, An Illustrated flora of the NE USA, Manual of grasses, Harlow's Fruit and Twig keys, Field manual of ferns and Fern-Allies of US, Mosses of BC, How to know the mosses, and ~dozen field guides for various regions of the US

Where is an interesting place in Maryland/DC you'd like to have a field trip?

Rock's State Park, Pretty Boy Res.

Are you interested in organizing or leading a field trip?

not at this time


Intrigued by plants so much I married a botanist! Love finding out more about plants, have attended several events hosted by Oregon and Georgia NPS's in the past. Looking forward talks & walks here in MD.

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