Format for Cumulative Lists for Herbaceous Plants, Woody Plants and Birds
These lists should be single spaced, numbered chronologically, giving the common name, the scientific name (in correct format and in italics or underlined), the family name, the date first observed, and the page number in your notebook where information about its sighting is to be found. Look up the scientific and family names in the field guides listed in the syllabus (on reserve in the library). Spring wildflowers should be entered into the list when they are first observed blooming so that the list is a record of blooming times.
[tabs: 1.31″ 2.75″ 4.38″ 5.38″6.13″]
Herbaceous Plant Cumulative List
No Common Name Scientific name Family date page
1 Dandelion Taraxacum officinale Compositae 3/27/00 p. 2
2 Queen Anne’s Lace Daucus carota Umbelliferae 3/27/00 p. 2