[Taxacom] Online keys for North Carolina Trees?

Weakley, Alan S weakley at bio.unc.edu
Sat Aug 13 08:37:40 CDT 2011

Hi Chris -- 

Check out the Southeastern tree resources at the UNC Herbarium website: http://www.herbarium.unc.edu/

Look under tabs for PIC website and OpenKey website.  You'll find a complete key to Southeastern gymnosperms, and a key to common NC Piedmont trees.  

You might also be interested in Bruce Kirchoff's (UNCG) visual learning resources for Southeastern trees.


Alan Weakley, Ph.D.
Director and Curator, University of North Carolina Herbarium (NCU), North Carolina Botanical Garden
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Biology and Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Mail:  Campus Box 3280, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3280
Email:  weakley at unc.edu
Phone:  919.619.1101

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Subject: [Taxacom] Online keys for North Carolina Trees?

I'm interested in incorporating online keys into my fall Basic Botany course at Campbell University.  I was wondering if anyone could recommend good online keys to North Carolina or Southeastern trees?

Any help you could provide would be greatly appreciated,

Chris Havran

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