Native and Introduced Plants of the Grand Canyon, Arizona
- Plant Trail Guides, with species given in order along the trail, including links to separate pages on some of the observed species in some guides:
- Floras in family order:
- Dripping Springs and Hermit Trails, a checklist of 185 taxa found in our 5 September 2013 survey and vouchers on these trails above 3800 feet elevation.
- Hermit, Waldron and Dripping Springs Trails from 2013 and 2016 fieldwork.
- Upper Bright Angel, S. Kaibab and Grandview Trails, a checklist of 369 taxa found in our surveys and vouchers on these trails above 3800 feet elevation.
- Bright Angel Trail and South Kaibab Trail: Checklist of Species With Pictures
- Grand Canyon National Park Plant Checklist For Hermits Rest to Grandview contains a preliminary checklist of 812 taxa found south of the Colorado River from Hermits Rest to Grandview, with elevations and bloom times mostly from Phillips et al 1987.
- North Kaibab Trail Upper Portion
See also floras of areas I stop at on my way to or from the south rim:
- References for Taxa Found on the Bright Angel Trail, giving the taxa found on the Bright Angel Trail in traditional family order, links to online pix from SEINet, USDA Plants, etc., and references in printed publications.
- Grand Canyon National Park Asteraceae Checklist With Additional Information
- Asteraceae Elevation Ranges And Bloom Times At The Grand Canyon
- Chrysothamnus nauseosus (=Ericameria nauseosa) Subspecies With Glabrous Involucres At And Near The Grand Canyon, Arizona
- Beautiful aster, Eurybia pulchra, on the Bright Angel Trail
- Resources for Grand Canyon Flora
New Hance iNat
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