|Enjoying lunch on a Finnish bog - in January!||I
hold a baby Tasmanian
Devil in Hobart.
|Pitcher plants (Sarracenia) in a southern Georgia bog||Nic
Tippery in a southern
Benoit (left) discusses Hydrilla with TNC staff
during a training session.
always is exciting!
in northeastern Queensland, so named for its discoverer
Aponogeton from his
photo showing some of Australia's ferocious wildlife.
should be collected.
natural landmarks help us to locate Nymphaeas in a
remote section of Queensland.
provisions for Aussie
brown snake awaits wary plant collectors in the
tropics down under
Australian aquatic plant expert Surrey Jacobs
contemplates a day of field work (1999).
reflective gum trees (Nyssa) in
work in Australia never is dull!
near Perth, Australia
||Western Australian seagrass
||Somebody actually named
this fossil after me!
|A friendly warning at a Texas Najas locality!||Casey
Williams helps us collect Najas and other aquatics in Texas.
||Why they don't rent cars to botanists ...||Deborah
White (Kentucky DNR)
leads us to a Najas
|Near Flathead Lake, Montana||The amazing Darlingtonia californica||Field work "out west"||
Ursula makes a new friend on a recent
Najas collecting trip!
Hamid relaxes near the
this field trip was
|The beautiful Pacific coast|
|A tranquil western USA wetland||"A-moose-ing"
much Ludwigia in
A Najas flexilis pond in Alaska
|Najas minor invades an Ohio lake||In the Sierra Nevada||A "serpentine" outcrop in Minnesota||Hamid "horses around" in Oregon|
|Mt. McKinley looms over an
||Howdy from 62o N latitude||Spectacular Alaska!||Cottongrass|
|A grazing caribou||The fading Matanuska glacier||Feeling like Goldilocks
(behind a 200 mm lens)
||Yep, there's Najas in
|The Alaska Range
||A day at the office||No aquatic plants here - why
didn't they tell me?
||The introduced Muskox
|View from the Denali Highway
||What a living Dall !
||Angie puts herself in harm's way of glacial advance||Whoops, almost missed it!
|Collecting one way or an
|| Signs that warn of danger
||"Pond"-ering the landscape||"Wolf-Dog" guards the room|