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Illinois Native Plant Guide - Appendix F - Illustration Credits

Illinois Native Plant Guide

Appendix F

Illustration Credits

In order to maintain consistency, species names (scientific and common) in this appendix have been altered to match those used in this guide and may differ from the names used in the publications referenced below. Page numbers listed below correspond with the references listed.

1. The following are illustrations used from The Illustrated Flora of Illinois Series published by SIU Press. These illustrations are being used with permission from SIU Press. This permission is not transferable, therefore, the illustrations cannot be reproduced without formally requesting permission from SIU Press.

The Illustrated Flora of Illinois: Flowering Plants Series: Rush to Rushes by Mohlenbrock R.H. (C) 1970 by Southern Illinois University Press:
Acorus calamus (Sweet Flag) page 126
Sagittaria latifolia (Common Arrow leaf) page 46
Sparganium eurycarpum (Common Burreed) page 164
Tradescantia ohiensis (Spiderwort) page 176

The Illustrated Flora of Illinois: Flowering Plants Series: Smartweeds to Hazelnuts by Mohlenbrock R.H. and Thompson P. (C) 1973 by the Board of Trustees, Southern Illinois University:
Quercus palustris (Pin Oak) page 149,150

The Illustrated Flora of Illinois: Flowering Plants Series: Grasses: Panicum to Danthonia by Mohlenbrock R.H. (C) 1973 by Southern Illinois University Press:
Andropogon gerardii (Big Bluestem) page 198
Bouteloua curtipendula (Sideoats Grama) page 307
Panicum virgatum (Switch Grass) page 66
Schizacharium scoparium (Little Bluestem) page 207
Sorghastrum nutans (Indian Grass) page 194

The Illustrated Flora of Illinois: Flowering Plants Series: Lilies to Orchids by Mohlenbrock R.H. (C) 1970 by Southern Illinois University Press:
Iris shrevi (called Iris virginiaca in this Guide) (Blue Flag Iris) page 160

2. The following are illustrations provided by Ellen Starr of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service.

Aster lanceolatus (Panicled Aster)
Coreopsis tripteris (Tall Coreopsis)
Eupatorium maculatum (Spotted Joe Pye Weed)
Vernonia fasciculata (Common Iron Weed)

3. The following are illustrations used from Prairie Plants of Illinois by Voight J.W. and Mohlenbrock R.H., Printed by the authority of the State of Illinois, issued by the Department of Conservation, Division of Forest Resources and Natural Heritage.

Aster laevis (Smooth Blue Aster) page 65
Monarda fistulosa (Wild Bergamot) page 169
Petalostemum purpureum (Purple Prairie Clover) page 183
Pycnanthemum virginianum (Common Mountain Mint) page 197
Ratibida pinnata (Yellow Cone Flower) page 199
Rudbeckia hirta (Black-Eyed Susan) page 203
Silphium laciniatum (Compass Plant) page 215
Silphium terebinthinaceum (Prairie Dock) page 219
Solidago rigida (Stiff Goldenrod) page 227

4. The following are illustrations used from Midwestern Wetland Flora: Field Office Guide to Plant Species prepared by Biotic Consultants Inc. of Carbondale, Illinois for the USDA-Soil Conservation Service.

Alisma subcordatum (Common Water Plantain)
Aster novae-angliae (New England Aster)
Bidens cernua (Nodding Beggarsticks)
Bidens frondosa (Common Beggarsticks)
Calamagrostis canadensis (Blue Joint Grass)
Carex comosa (Bristly Sedge)
Carex cristatella (Crested Oval Sedge)
Carex granularis (Pale Sedge)
Carex lanuginosa (Wooly Sedge)
Carex stipata (Awl-fruited Sedge)
Carex vulpinoidea (Fox Sedge)
Celtis occidentalis (Hackberry)
Cephalanthus occidentalis (Common Buttonbush)
Cornus racemosa (Gray Dogwood)
Cornus sericea (Red Osier Dogwood)
Cyperus esculentus (Field Nut Sedge)
Eleocharis obtusa (Blunt Spike Rush)
Eleocharis smallii (Creeping Spike Rush)
Elymus canadensis (Nodding Wild Rye)
Elymus virginicus (Virginia Wild Rye)
Eupatorium perfoliatum (Common Boneset)
Fraxinus pennsylvanica (Green Ash)
Glyceria striata (Fowl Manna Grass)
Helenium autumnale (Common Sneeze Weed)
Helianthus grosseserratus (Sawtooth Sunflower)
Juncus effusus (Common Rush)
Juncus torreyi (Torrey’s Rush)
Leersia oryzoides (Rice Cut Grass)
Polygonum amphibium (Water Smartweed)
Quercus bicolor (Swamp White Oak)
Quercus macrocarpa (Bur Oak)
Salix amygdaloides (Peachleaf Willow)
Salix nigra (Black Willow)
Scirpus acutus (Hardstem Bulrush)
Scirpus americanus (Chairmaker’s Rush)
Scirpus fluviatilis (River Bulrush)
Scirpus tabernaemontani (Soft-stem Bulrush)
Solidago gigantea (Late Goldenrod)
Spartina pectinata (Prairie Cordgrass)
Verbena hastata (Blue Vervain)
Viburnum dentatum lucidum (Arrow Wood Viburnum)
Viburnum lentago (Nannyberry)

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