Category:Flora of Minnesota
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- The Flora of Minnesota is of special interest because it represents the western limits of the Eastern Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests flora, the northern and eastern limits of the Great Plains prairies flora, and the southwestern limits of the Taiga and Northern Temperate coniferous forests flora.
- "These three contrasting continental floras meet more sharply in Minnesota than in other regions." 
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- Morin, Nancy; Judith M. Unger (May-June 1991). "Flora of North America: The Project". FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA NEWS 5 (3): 6. Retrieved 2006-12-15.
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