FloraQuest: Northern Tier

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About this app

University of North Carolina's Southeastern Flora Team is pleased to present FloraQuest™: Northern Tier, a new plant identification and discovery app covering more than 5,800 wildflowers, trees, shrubs, grasses, and other vascular plants occurring in the northern part of our Flora area (Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, D.C., and the southern parts of Illinois, Indiana, New York, and Ohio).

With easy-to-use graphic keys, advanced dichotomous keys, habitat descriptions, range maps, and 20,000 diagnostic photographs, FloraQuest: Northern Tier is the perfect companion for your botanical explorations.

You can use FloraQuest to make plant identifications in the field or learn about plants anywhere in the region. The app allows you to customize your search by state and physiographic province so you only see relevant results. FloraQuest: Northern Tier doesn't need an internet connection to run, so you can take it with you wherever you go. The app's "Great Places to Botanize" section will guide you to visit over 150 of the best sites for botanical exploration throughout the 12-state region. Do you struggle to remember complicated botanical terms? We've got you covered: click on a word you don’t know, and the definition will pop up in the app without you having to leave the page!

Stay tuned following the release of the FloraQuest: Northern Tier app, as we will be working diligently to provide similar versions for the four remaining regions across the Flora of the Southeastern States, until all 25 states are covered. Next up: we'll make a FloraQuest app covering the Carolinas and Georgia!
Updated on
May 16, 2024

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What's new

Changed search by name to handle multiple words/tokens for searches like "May apple".
Fixed typo in the dichotomous key lead 25b for Phlox divarcata var. laphamii.
Updated icons in Graphic Key for palms & cycads and cacti.
Fixed typo in Weigela japonica: changed "May0Jun." to "May-Jun."
Increase dich key button size in cases where the needed text is long. If it's super long, truncate text length to a reasonable length.