Ranunculaceae of Western North America

The Ranunculaceae, or the buttercup family, intrigues because of its many contrasts. Common garden ornamentals abound, yet some species are pernicious weeds. Some species are broadly distributed, while others can only be found in a few select places. And the list goes on: showy flowers vs. dullards, bird-pollinated vs. fly-pollinated, etc. This presentation has a focus on the species of western North America, particularly British Columbia.

Length: 45 minutes

Series: Botany

Intended Audiences: groups with interests in native plants, groups interested in the diversity within plant families, groups interested in western North American botanical diversity

Rates: Standard presentation rates apply.

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