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Plants of the Texas shore : a beachcomber's guide
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    Texas A & M University Press ; National Sea Grant Program (U.S.) ;
  • Description:
    "This publication describes major habitats along the Texas coast and identifies the plants-the foundation of the food web-to be found in each. The plants and animals of the coastal zone are special, having adapted to wind, salt, and sand in an environment that is frequently flooded. They are survivors. For those willing to explore beyond the hotels, restaurants, and amusement parks that are part of the coastal landscape, a variety of beautiful and interesting plants, both exotic and commonplace, are waiting. We hope this guide will help amateur naturalists, students, coastal visitors, or anyone curious about natural life along the sea to appreciate the bountiful but fragile life on the Texas shoreline"--Introduction.

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    Funding: NOAA Office of Sea Grant; grant number: NA83AA-D-00061;
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