Chapter 2. Benefits of Native Grasses

2.5 Literature Cited

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Darke, R. 2007. The Encyclopedia of Grasses for livable Landscapes. Timber Press, Inc. OR. USA.

Narem, D. M. and M.H. Meyer. 2017. Native Prairie Graminoid Host Plants of Minnesota and Associated Lepidoptera: A Literature Review. Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 71(4):225-235. doi.org/10.18473/lepi.71i4.a5

Scott, J. A. 1986. The Butterflies of North America. Stanford University Press, Stanford California.

Weaver, J. E. 1958. Summary and Interpretation of Underground Development in Natural GrasslandCommunities. Ecological Monographs 28(1):55-78. doi.org/10.2307/1942275

White, A. S. 2016. From nursery to nature: Evaluating native herbaceous flowering plants versus native cultivars for pollinator habitat restoration. PhD dissertation, The University of Vermont and State Agricultural College.

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