An Interactive Visual Identification Key to Carices of North America

Now you have no excuse to not learn more about the genus Carex in New York with the release of this new identification key.  It is a stunning assemblage of photos and drawings of the species of Carex in North America. You can sort them multiple ways, starting with New York, and even compare two species. The photos are high resolution so you can zoom way in on the spikelets. It would be nice if there were photos with the key characters identified on the photo. The website is HERE but you can view a short video on its features below. You will need Microsoft Silverlight on your computer to get it to work. – Steve Young

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2 Comments on “An Interactive Visual Identification Key to Carices of North America”

  1. T. M. Jones Says:

    You stated, “It would be nice if there were photos with the key characters identified on the photo.” Do you mean arrows pointing to structures? Thanks and so weird to find this,
    Tim


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