A goldmine of information that represents more than three decades of careful compilation.
Marvellous introductions to the ecology of each species. . . . A must-have for the serious naturalist and field ecologist working in the Sonoran.
A most remarkable mine of information.
—Cactus and Succulent Journal
The new reference list alone is probably reason enough for any plant ecologist who has worked in the southwestern deserts to rush out and get this book.
—Plant Science Bulletin
To anyone interested in Sonoran Desert flora, this book is probably the best and most current reference.
—Academic Library Book Review
It's a welcome whiff of mission in an otherwise technical manual-and the call-out to citizen scientists is more relevant now than ever.
—High Country News