A Checklist of Vascular Plants for Bruce & Grey Counties
The two counties have been divided into three zones: Bruce Peninsula(p), Southern Bruce(b), and Grey County(g). Species presence in those zones is noted by the letters pbg in a superscript. Upper case PBG indicates very uncommon, and bolded upper case PBG indicates local rarity. Marginal symbols indicate the following categories: naturalized – non- native in Ontario; naturalized but native in Ontario; cultivation escapes; provincially rare in Ontario (NHIC); historical record.
This is an essential reference for botanists, life science inventory specialists, land use planners, resource management agencies, and consultants that are working on projects within Bruce and Grey counties.
Author: Owen Sound Field Naturalists
Available at: The Ginger Press