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« on: January 21, 2015, 04:59:03 PM »
Found an interesting link.  Lots of field guides to download, useful to see what some rare fruits look like (& then start to dig to actually find info on them).
http://fieldguides.fieldmuseum.org/guides

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Re: Field Guides
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2015, 05:19:48 PM »
Looks like some interesting fruit photos buried in there. If you're going to wade through all that can you please single out for us all the ones that are relevant to just tropical fruits? Thanks.
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Re: Field Guides
« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2015, 12:40:23 PM »
Unfortunately, I posted this after I dug through to find stuff & I saved it to a dozen or more different file folders.  So, not so easy to find what I downloaded from there (I have pretty extensive reference collection, filed by family or region, whatever matches the info better).  I can say that I found info on Myrtaceae, Apocynaceae, Sapotaceae, Passiflora, Solanaceae, Moraceae, cucurbits, & others.  I am sure I still missed some.  I have not yet had a chance to really go through what I downloaded.

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Re: Field Guides
« Reply #3 on: January 22, 2015, 02:27:15 PM »
Been looking through some of the stuff. It helps greatly using the filters. For instance they have a fruit trees, nut filter and a herb filter. A lot of cool looking and useful plants I never heard of before.
Grow mainly fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

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Re: Field Guides
« Reply #5 on: June 26, 2021, 12:10:27 AM »
Disregard what I wrote below sure would like to know for other stuff (could PM Me or start a new topic)
but for this it doesn't apply

HI Farm This link more be updated
you can see with my links , (and question ) how things changed (and my confusion )
I tried re finding this on the site , and didn't so Will copy/pasted link with the new search
I like the older layout (in a way and the newer on in another way)

(My online notes had 3 links I only clicked the one initially when I started this topic -- but still like to know)
Search Field
https://plantidtools.fieldmuseum.org/en/nlp
Annona
https://plantidtools.fieldmuseum.org/en/nlp/search-adv-results/family/Annonaceae/genus/none/species/none/country/none/state/none/habit/none/status/none/photographer/none/itemsperpage/48



Anyone know how to get older links fully ?
I looked at way way back machine but it only goes back 2 pages of annonas

In my Notes of 2015 it said 400 annona

Here is the link Here is way way back machine any idea's not the best with Computers


http://fm2.fieldmuseum.org/plantguides/results.asp?family=ANNONACEAE&pagenum=1&intPerPage=200

https://archive.org/web/
(see only works for 2 or 3  pages after says no data any help have some other links not found)

(I will be checking this place out )
https://www.fieldmuseum.org/visit/directions-parking

The Field Museum is located at 1400 South Lake Shore Drive in the heart of Chicago's Museum Campus
Roosevelt Red Line Stop servicing Red, Orange and Green Line and offers connections to #146 bus, located at State Street and Roosevelt Road.




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