Florida Museum of Natural History
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University of Florida Herbarium Library

[University of Florida Herbarium]

The call number system used in the University of Florida Herbarium Library is modified from the Library of Congress call number system. This modified system is designed by:
Kent D. Perkins, University of Florida Herbarium, 379 Dickinson Hall, PO Box 110575, Gainesville, FL 32611-0575

NOTES ON THE CALL NUMBER STRUCTURE AND FORMAT

Call numbers are divided into portions as follows (items in parenthesis are optional):
2 or 3 letter ClassQK
Class number (+ optional decimal number)98.4
Decimal letter & numbers (1st cutter based on author or title).Q34
(optional 2nd cutter, additional letter and numbers)R66
(no., vol., pt.: no.#, v.#, pt.#)v.2
Date1988
(copy #, c.#)c.3

Cutter Code Chart for Call Numbers
Use the initial letter of the main entry heading, followed by the Arabic numerals representing the succeeding letters on the following basis:
After initial vowels:
  for the second letter:b,cd-kl,mnp,qrs,tu-y
  use number:23456789
After the initial letter S:
  for the second letter:aceh,im-ptu 
  use number:234567-89 
After the initial letters Qu:
  for the second letter:aeiory  
  use number:345679  
  For names beginning Qa - Qt: use 2-29
After initial consonants:
  for the second letter:a-de-hi-no-qr-tu-xy 
  use number:3456789 
When an additional number is preferred:
  for the third letter:a-de-hi-lmn-qr-tu-wx-z
  use number:23456789

QE - GEOLOGY

...
PALEOBOTANY
901      Periodicals, societies, congresses, serial collections, yearbooks
903      Nomenclature, terminology, notation, abbreviations
...(see LC Q (Science) guide
934-950  Geographic divisions
934         Arctic regions
935         North America
               United States
936               General works
937               By region or state (use revised geographic matrix for decimal numbers)
					    (e.g. Illinois = 937.166)
938            Canada
939            Mexico
940            West Indies
941            Central America
942            South America
...
etc.

QH - NATURAL HISTORY

-NOTE THIS QH SECTION IS TENTATIVE-

...
Biology (General) / ECOLOGY
...
545 .F5   Fire Ecology
550.5     Periodicals, Societies, Serials
550.55    Collected Works (non serial)
550.6     Congresses
          Study and Teaching
550.7        General Works
550.73       By region or country, A-Z
551       General Works
551.23    Juvenile Works
551.233   Addresses, essays, lectures
          Biography
551.24       Collective
551.25       Individual, A-Z
552          By Region or Country

QK - BOTANY

1Periodicals, societies, congresses, serial collections, yearbooks
3Collected works (nonserial)
5Voyages and expeditions
7Encyclopedias
9Dictionaries, Botanical (works confined to botanical words)
9.5Dictionaries, Language (Note: this is a deviation from LC(works that cover languages generally, including non-botanical words and general grammar or subsets of words useful to botanist but not limited to botanical terms)
  • .C## Classical (use .C5 - .C7) (guides to classical (Greek/Latin etc.) words)
  • .E## English
  • .F## French (use .F6 - .F8) (standard LC is PC2640)
  • .G## German (use .G4-.G6) (standard LC is PF3640)
  • .I## Italian (use .I7 - .I9) (standard LC is PC1640)
  • .L## Latin (use .L3 - .L6) (standard LC is PF3640)
  • .P## Portuguese (use .P6 - .P8)
  • .R## Russian (use .R8 - .R9) (standard LC is PG 2640)
  • .S## Spanish (use .S6 - .S8) (standard LC is PC 4640)
10Terminology, notation, abbreviations (Cf. QK 96, Nomenclature)
11Indexes of plants
12Type catalogs (general) (Cf. systematic / monographic section if applies to a single family.)
13Popular names
 History
15 General works
21 By region or country, by geographic matrix number
13Biography
26 Collective
31 Individual, A-Z (e.g. .G8 Gray; .T7 Torrey)(incl. field notes and books)
35	Directories
	General works and treatises (Cf. QK 91, Works of Linnaeus (botany only))
41		Early through 1753
45		1754-1969
45.2		1970-
46	Special aspects of the subject as a whole
47	Textbooks
48	Handbooks, tables, formulas, etc.
49	Juvenile works
50	Popular works (for plants of individual regions or countries, see QK109->474.5)
50.5	Botany as a profession
51	Study and teaching.  Research
52		Outlines, syllabi
52.5		Problems, exercises, examinations
53		Laboratory manuals (Cf. QK 673, Anatomy and histology)
55		Charts
57		Plant analysis blanks
60	Computers in herbaria and systematics.  Database standards, design and programs.  Computer applications.
61	Collecting and preservation.  Herbarium techniques and management
Collecting and preservation (plant pressing) for special plant groups
61.### Collecting and preservation for specific plant families
   (### = three digit family number as used at the UF Herbarium)
61.005 Collecting and preservation - Conifers
61.032 Collecting and preservation - Bromeliaceae (bromeliads)
61.210 Collecting and preservation - Cactaceae (cactus)
61.31  Collecting and preservation - aquatic plants
61.38  Collecting and preservation - succulents

62	Preservation of Library and Photographic Materials
	[deviates from LC system:
	 QK62 Vegetation surveys is lumped with QK63 Vegetation mapping
	 includes items normally classed in TR, TS, Z 701]
63	Vegetation surveys and mapping
64 	Floras - standards and practices (also see QK 101 - 474 for Phytogeography and Floras by region)
QK71 - 73	Botanical Gardens (include QK 479-480, Arboretums)

71	Botanical Gardens - General works (general info, planning, design, pictorial works about gardens general)
72	(cancelled out)
73	Botanical Gardens - Directories (e.g. Botanical Gardens of the World)
73.###	Botanical Gardens - By region or country (A-Z)
      (### = geographic number code - USE GEO2 code list.)
	.A1	General works (e.g. Gardens of Florida)
		+ author cutter code line (use single numbers where possible)
	.A2 - Z	Garden name cutter code.
		may omit author cutter code line (or use single numbers where possible)

	Examples:
	
Botanical Gardens of Canada: general
QK
73.201
.A1
author/title cutter
v.#
no. or vol.
####
year
c.#
copy
Botanical Gardens of Florida: general
QK
73.154
.A1
author/title cutter
v.#
no. or vol.
####
year
c.#
copy
Fairchild Tropical Gardens
QK
73.154
.F34
author/title cutter
c.#
no. or vol.
####
year
c.#
copy

(Cf. SB 115 for seed and plant lists of botanical gardens and nurseries)

	Herbaria
75		General works (incl. world indexes, e.g. Index Herbariorum)
76		By region or country (use region/country numeric codes)
77		Individual, by acronym.  QK 77 .acronym author date.  (Note: originally we arranged these by region or country, then name using region/country numeric codes.)
	(Note: QK 75-77 style varies from QK 73, regional guides split from individual)
78	Laboratories
79	Museums.  Exhibitions
81	Addresses, essays, lectures
83	Plant lore (Cf. GR780-790, Folklore)
84		Floral emblems.  Language of flowers
85	National flowers.  State flowers
85.5	Wildflowers (general works)
86	Endangered Species, Protection of plants, wildflowers, etc.

QK		QK
86 [.###]		86 [.### optional geographic code, use if work is limited to a geographic area]
__ author or title	__ author or title
__ (no. or vol. n.#, v.#)	__ (no. or vol. n.#, v#)
____ date		____ date
__ (copy #)		__ (copy #, c.#)

87	Miscellany and curiosa
89	Pressed plants with text.  Bound herbaria
	Classification (LC should have used the term "Systematics" here)
91		Works of Linnaeus (Botany only)(cuttered by title)
92		Linnaean system (minor works)
		Natural systems (Not to be used for systems developed after Darwin)
93			General works, treatises, and textbooks
94			Minor works / Early plant descriptive guide books
95		Systematics and taxonomy.  Philosophy and methodology
		(incl. QH 83, QL 351, 352: we include biological and zoological systematics works here)
96		Nomenclature
97		Comprehensive systematic works (also see QX, QY, QZ)
98		Pictorial works and atlases of plants
			History (also see QK 15-21)
98.15				General works
98.16				By region or country (use numeric region/country codes)
			Biography (also see QK 26-31)
98.18				Collective
98.183				Individual, A-Z, Including collections of their illustrations.
98.2			General works (Botanical illustration and artists)
98.24			Technique
98.3			Catalogs
98.4	Useful Plants.  Economic Plants.  Economic Botany.
	QK 98.4 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 98.4108 -> QK 98.4474 Regional works, by region then author
98.5	Edible Plants (Cf. SB 175+, Food Plants)
	(incl. SP 305 - 307, Condiment and spice plants)
	QK 98.5 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 98.5108 -> QK 98.5474 Regional works, by region then author
98.6	Crop Plants
	QK 98.6 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 98.6108 -> QK 98.6474 Regional works, by region then author
98.7	Dye Plants (Cf. SB 285+, Culture)
	QK 98.7 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 98.7108 -> QK 98.7474 Regional works, by region then author
98.8	Fruit Plants
	QK 98.8 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 98.8108 -> QK 98.5474 Regional works, by region then author
98.9	Vegetable Plants
	QK 98.8 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 98.8108 -> QK 98.5474 Regional works, by region then author
99	Medicinal Plants
	(Cf. RS 164+, Drugs of the vegetable kingdom)
	(Cf. SB 293+, Culture)
	QK 99 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 99.108 -> QK 99.474 Regional works, by region then author
100	Poisonous Plants (Cf. SB 617+, Poisonous plants as pests)
	QK 100 General works, subarranged by author
	QK 100.108 -> QK 100.474 Regional works, by region then author


GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION.  Phytogeography

Geographic Numeric Code Chart:			(Special Note)
The numeric codes QK108 - QK474 may be used as a standard guide for dividing a LC class into geographic regions (except for QK495), if the LC class code does not specifically divide it up.  Items should be filed to smallest available region which encompasses the area in the list.  The numbers should be added to the decimal portion of the number code in the call number.  If the call number has a decimal number already, it should be added to the end of the decimal number.  If the LC code already subdivides the regions in a general way, redundant codes may be omitted and those codes which are appropriate can be appended to the correct division for a finer division.  These codes should be used in preference to the country/region cutter codes.

Also see: QK 64 : Floras - standards and practices 

101	General works, treatises, and textbooks
(Note: QK 102-105 should be filed as QKA)
102	Aquatic flora (general)
103		Marine flora
105		Freshwater flora
	Topographical Divisions
108	Special parts of the world (e.g. British Empire, Boreal Areas)
109	America
110		North America
112			Illustrations of North American flora
115			United States, General Works
			United States, By Region
117				Northeastern
118				Popular Handbooks
121				New England
122				Atlantic States.  Atlantic Coast
122.3				Appalachian Mountains
122.5				Middle Atlantic States
122.8				Chesapeake Bay
125				Southeastern
125.4				Great Smoky Mountains
125.8				Gulf Region
128				Middle West
130				Great Lakes Region
133				The West
135				Great Plains
139				Rocky Mountain Region
141				Great Basin
142				Southwest
143				Pacific Coast
144				Northwest
			United States, By State


145	Alabama
146	Alaska
147	Arizona
148	Arkansas
149	California
150	Colorado
151	Connecticut
152	Delaware
153	District of Colombia
154	Florida (see Co. list*)
155	Georgia
	Hawaii See 470
156	Idaho
157	Illinois
159	Indiana
160	Iowa
161	Kansas
162	Kentucky
163	Louisiana
164	Maine
165	Maryland
166	Massachusetts
167	Michigan
168	Minnesota
169	Mississippi
170	Missouri
171	Montana
172	Nebraska
173	Nevada
174	New Hampshire
175	New Jersey
176	New Mexico
177	New York
178	North Carolina
179	North Dakota
180	Ohio
181	Oklahoma
182	Oregon
183	Pennsylvania
184	Rhode Island
185	South Carolina
186	South Dakota
187	Tennessee
188	Texas
189	Utah
190	Vermont
191	Virginia
192	Washington
	Washington, DC =DC
193	West Virginia
194	Wisconsin
195	Wyoming

	America
		North America
201			Canada, General Works
203			Canada, By Region or Province
				Regions (use author cutter only)
				Optional decimal additions for provinces
	.1	Alberta	.6	Nova Scotia
	.2	British Columbia	.7	Ontario
	.3	Manitoba	.71	Prince Edward Island
	.4	New Brunswick	.8	Quebec
	.5	Newfoundland	.9	Saskatchewan
	.51	Northwest Territories	.91	Yukon Territory
205		Latin America
211			Mexico, General or Regional
211			Mexico, (Optional decimal additions for states)
   .1   Aguascalientes     .5   Nayarit
   .11  Baja California    .51  Nuevo León
   .2   Campeche           .52  Oaxaca
   .21  Chiapas            .6   Puebla
   .22  Chihuahua          .61  Querétaro
   .23  Coahuila           .62  Quintana Roo
   .24  Colima             .7   San Luis Potosí
   .25  Distrito Federal   .71  Sinaloa
   .26  Durango            .72  Sonora
   .3   Guanajuato         .8   Tabasco
   .31  Guerrero           .81  Tamaulipas
   .32  Hidalgo            .82  Tlaxcala
   .33  Jalisco            .9   Veracruz
   .4   Estado de México   .91  Yucatán
   .41  Michoacán          .92  Zacatecas
   .42  Morelos
215			Central America
216				Belize / British Honduras
217				Costa Rica
218				Guatemala
219				Honduras
220				Nicaragua
221				Panama
222				El Salvador
225		West Indies - Caribbean area *** (Note: some of 226-240 is altered from standard LC)
226			Bahamas
226.1		Turks & Caicos Islands
			Greater Antilles
227				Cuba
				(incl. Isla de la Juventud)
228				Hispaniola
				.1	Haiti
					(incl. Ile de la Gonave (La Gonâve), Ile de la Tortue, Ile à Vache (Cow Island))
				.2	Dominican Republic
					(incl. Isla Saona)
229				Jamaica
229.1			Cayman Islands
229.2			Navassa Island
230				Puerto Rico (including Vieques, Mona, Culebra)
231			Lesser Antilles (Leeward, Windward, and Leeward Antilles)
232				Virgin Islands
				(incl. St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, Water Island, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Jost Van Dyke)
233				Guadaloupe
				(the Guadeloupean archipelago is partially Leeward and partially Windward)
234				Dominica
235				Martinique
236				Barbados (a continental island found 100 mi. e. of the Windward chain)
237				Other Islands of the Lesser Antilles (A-Z)
					     Anguilla
					.A5  Antigua & Barbuda
					     Aruba
					     Blanquilla Island (Isla La Blanquilla)
						 Bonaire
					     Coche
					     Cubagua
					     Curaçao
					.G7  Grenada
					     La Orchila
					     La Tortuga Island (Isla La Tortuga)
					     Los Roques Archipelago
					     Margarita Island (Isla de Margarita)
					.M6  Montserrat
					.N4  Former Netherlands Antilles (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, St. Martin, St. Eustatius, Saba)
					     Redonda
					.S2  Saint Bartholomew
					.S5  Saint Kitts & Nevis
					.S56 Saint Lucia
					.S9  Saint Vincent & the Grenadines
					***  Other islands: Aves Island (Isla de Aves), Las Aves Archipelago (Archipiélago Las Aves), 
					     Los Frailes Islands (Islas los Frailes), La Sola Island (Isla La Sola), 
					     Patos Island (Isla de Patos), Los Hermanos Archipelago (Islas Los Hermanos), 
					     Los Monjes Archipelago (Archipiélago Los Monjes), Orchila Island (Isla La Orchila), 
					     Los Testigos Islands (Islas Los Testigos)
238			Trinidad and Tobago

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FYI the geographic breakdown of the Lesser Antilles is as follows:

			Leeward Islands
				Virgin Islands (including St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix, Water Island, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Jost Van Dyke,)
				Anguilla
				Saint Martin/Sint Maarten
				Saint-Barthélemy
				Saba
				Sint Eustatius
				Saint Kitts
				Nevis
				Barbuda
				Antigua
				Redonda
				Montserrat
				Guadeloupe - the Guadeloupean archipelago is partially Leeward and partially Windward.
				Dominica
			Windward Islands
				Martinique
				Saint Lucia
				Saint Vincent
				Grenadines
				Barbados (Barbados is a Continental island found 100 miles east of the Windward chain)
				Grenada
				Tobago
				Trinidad (Sometimes considered part of the Windward Islands.)
			Leeward Antilles
				Aruba
				Curaçao
				Bonaire
				Los Roques Archipelago
				La Orchila
				La Tortuga Island (Isla La Tortuga)
				Blanquilla Island (Isla La Blanquilla)
				Margarita Island (Isla de Margarita)
				Coche
				Cubagua
				Other Leeward Antillean islands: including Aves Island (Isla de Aves), 
				Las Aves Archipelago (Archipiélago Las Aves), Los Frailes Islands (Islas los Frailes), 
				La Sola Island (Isla La Sola), Patos Island (Isla de Patos), 
				Los Hermanos Archipelago (Islas Los Hermanos), Los Monjes Archipelago (Archipiélago Los Monjes), 
				Orchila Island (Isla La Orchila), Los Testigos Islands (Islas Los Testigos)]
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239		Bermuda
241		South America
261			Argentine Republic
262			Bolivia
263			Brazil
264			Chile
265			Colombia
266			Ecuador (Galapagos see QK473.G2)
267			Guyana
268			Surinam
269			French Guiana
270			Paraguay
271			Peru
272			Uruguay
273			Venezuela
274			Falkland Islands
275.A1		Atlantic Islands, General Works
275.A3-Z	Atlantic Islands, By island or group of islands, A-Z
		.A9	Azores
			Canary Islands see QK422
		.C4	Cape Verde Islands
			Falkland Islands see QK 274
		.F37	Faroe Islands
		.M3	Madeira
		.S3	Salvages Islands
		.S68	South Orkney Islands
		.T74	Tristan da Cunha Islands
281	Europe, General Works
297	Europe, Zone and physiographic divisions, alpine
303	Europe, Zone and physiographic divisions, other
	Europe, By region or country
306		Great Britain.  England
307			Ireland
308			Scotland
309			Wales
310		Austria
311		Hungary
313		France
313.5		Monaco
314		Germany, including West Germany
314.2			East Germany
314.5		Mediterranean Region (incl. African Coast)
315		Greece
316		Italy
316.5		Malta
317		Benelux (Low Countries)
318		Belgium
319		Luxemburg
320		Netherland (Holland)
321		Russia
322		Poland
323		Finland
324		Scandinavia (General) (Incl. Lapland)
325		Denmark
325.2		Iceland
326		Norway
327		Sweden
328		Iberian Peninsula
329			Spain
330			Portugal
331		Switzerland
332		Balkan Peninsula (incl. Turkey in Europe)
333		Bulgaria
335		Romania
336		Yugoslavia (incl. Montenegro, Serbia etc.)
339		Other European regions, islands or countries, A-Z
		.A5	Albania
		.C5	Channel Islands
		.C8	Czechoslovak Republic
		.E8	Estonia
		.L3	Latvia
		.L46	Liechenstein
		.L5	Lithuania
			Mediterranean region, see QK 314.5
341	Asia
342		Afganistan
343		Arabian Peninsula
			(incl. Saudia Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Yemen etc.)
354		Baluchistan (Cf. QK358.5, Baluchistan in Pakistan)
355		China
355.5		Hongkong
356		Taiwan
357		Mongolia
358		India
358.5		Pakistan (Incl. Baluchistan (Province))
358.7		Bangladesh
359		Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
359.5		Nepal
359.6		Bhutan
		Southeastern Asia (Incl. Indonesia.  For Malay Peninsula, see QK365)
360			General works
360.5			Burma, Myanmar
361			Kampuchea  Laos.  Vietnam.  French Indochina
363			Thailand
364			Malesian Region (Indonesia, Philippines, Malay, New Guinea, Sumatra)
365			Malaysia (incl. Malay Peninsula and Singapore)
			  (For Sabah and Sarawak, see QK367)
			Malay Archipelago
365.5				General works
366				New Guinea (Incl. Irian Jaya and Papua New Guinea).  New Britain(?)
367				Indonesia (Incl. Borneo, Java), Sabah, Sarawak
368				Philippine Islands.  Philippines
369		Japan (For Karafuto see QK375.2)
369.3			Ryukyu Islands (Incl. Okinawa-ken)
370		Korea
371		Iran
372		Russia in Asia (Cf. QK321, Russia in Europe; QK377, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan)
374			Central Asia
375			Siberia
375.2			Sakhalin
376		Asia Minor (Incl. Turkey in Asia)
377		Armenia.  Georgia.  Azerbaijan
377.3		Cyprus
377.5		Syria
377.7		Lebanon
378		Israel.  Palestine
378.5		Jordan
379		Iraq
	Africa
381		General works		(NOTE: QK382-QK424 vary from standard lc call nos.)
385		North Africa
386			Egypt
387			Libya.  Tunisia.  Algeria
388			Morocco
390		Tropical Africa
393		West Africa
394			Spanish Sahara.  Mauritania.  Mali
395			Senegal.  The Gambia.  Guinea-Bissau.  Guinea.  Sierra Leone.  Liberia
396			Ivory Coast.  Ghana.  Burkina-Faso (Upper Volta).  Togo.  Benin.
397			Nigeria
398			Niger
400		Central Africa
401			Chad
402			Central African Republic.  Cameroon
403			Equitorial Guinea.  Gabon.  Sao Tomé and Principe.  Congo.  Zaire.
405		East Africa
406			Sudan
407			Ethiopia.  Djibouti.  Somalia
408			Kenya
409			Uganda.
410			Rwanda.  Burundi.  Tanzania (Tanganyika)
412			Madagascar
415		Southern Africa
416			Mozambique
417			Malawi.  Zambia
418			Angola
419			Zimbabwe
420			Botswana.  Namibia.
421			South Africa.  Lesotho.  Swaziland.
422	Canary Islands
423	See QK 394, Spanish Sahara
	Indian Ocean Islands
428		General works
429		By island or group of islands, A-Z
			.C4	Christmas
			.C6	Comoros
				Madagascar, see QK412
			.M27	Mascarene Islands (Mauritius, Rodriguez, Reunion)
			.M3	Mauritius
			.S4	Seychelles
			.S6	Sokotra
431	Australia
445		New South Wales
451		Northern Territory
453		Queensland
455		South Australia
457		Tasmania
459		Victoria
461		Western Australia
463	New Zealand and adjacent islands
470	Hawaii
	Pacific islands (other than Hawaii)
471		General Works (incl. Micronesia)
473		By island or group of islands, A-Z
		(Cf. QK463, New Zealand and adjacent islands)
			.B6	Bonin Islands
			.C55	Clipperton Island
			.F5	Fiji Islands
			.G2	Galapagos Islands
			.G9	Guam
			.H4*	Hawaii (see QK 470)
			.J8	Juan Fernandez (Islands)
			.K6	Kommander Islands
			.M3	Makatea
			.M35	Marianas Islands
			.M36	Marshall Islands
			.N4	New Caledonia
				New Guinea, see QK366
			.N55	Niihau
			.N57	Niue (Island)
			.O4	Okinawa Island
			.P3	Palmyra Island
			.P5	Pitcairn Island
			.P75	Polynesia (incl. Marquesas)
			.P78	Ponape Island
			.R27	Raiatea
			.R3	Rarotonga
			.S3	Samoan Islands
			.S6	Society Islands
			.T3	Tahiti
			.T6	Tonga
474	Arctic regions
474.2		Greenland
474.3		Spitzbergen
474.4	Antarctic regions
474.5	Tropical regions
	(Cf. QK391, Tropical Africa; QK936, Tropical plant ecology)

FLORIDA COUNTY DECIMAL CODES (ADD TO QK 154, FLORIDA)

Add the following decimals to QK 154 for those publications which can be organized by county.  Regional guides should remain by author under QK 154.
 .1  Alachua   .4  Hamilton     .7  Palm Beach
 .11 Baker     .41 Hardee       .71 Pasco  
 .12 Bay       .42 Hendry       .72 Pinellas
 .13 Bradford  .43 Hernando     .73 Polk
 .14 Brevard   .44 Highlands    .74 Putnam
 .15 Broward   .45 Hillsborough .8  Saint Johns
 .2  Calhoun   .46 Holmes       .81 Santa Rosa
 .21 Charlotte .47 Indian River .82 Sarasota
 .22 Citrus    .5  Jackson      .83 Seminole
 .23 Clay      .51 Jefferson    .84 Sumter
 .24 Collier   .52 Lafayette    .85 Suwannee
 .25 Columbia  .53 Lake         .9  Taylor
 .26 Dade      .54 Lee          .91 Union
 .27 DeSoto    .55 Leon         .92 Volusia
 .28 Dixie     .56 Levy         .93 Wakulla
 .29 Duval     .57 Liberty      .94 Walton
 .3  Escambia  .6  Madison      .95 Washington  
 .31 Flagler   .61 Manatee  
 .32 Franklin  .62 Marion  
 .33 Gadsden   .63 Monroe  
 .34 Gilchrist .64 Nassau  
 .35 Glades    .65 Okaloosa  
               .66 Okeechobee
               .67 Orange
               .68 Osceola

An alternative to this system would be to use a 3 or 4 letter code for each county.

SPERMATOPHYTA.  PHANEROGAMS

475->493	Trees And Shrubs (see QKT except for Arboretums, QK 479-480, see QK 71-73)

SPERMATOPHYTA.  PHANEROGAMS.  SYSTEMATIC DIVISIONS (MODIFIED LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)
494	Gymnosperms (see QY)
495	Angiosperms (see QZ)
520->532	Pteridophyta (see QX)
533	Bryophyta
* (for bryophyte floras that include Musci/Hepaticae, use QK 540)
	Musci (Mosses)
534		Periodicals, societies, congresses, serial collections, yearbooks.
535		Anatomy, physiology, etc.
537		General works, treatises, and textbooks
538		Classification.  Systematic works
539		Systematic divisions, A-Z (cutter codes from LC list, plus FLAS added)
    .A6  Amblystegiaceae
    .B3  Bartramiaceae
    .B5  Brachytheciaceae
    .B7  Bryaceae
    .B97 Buxbaumiaceae
    .F6  Fontinalaceae
    .F98 Funariaceae
    .G7  Grimmiaceae
    .H6  Hookeriaceae
    .M68 Mniaceae
    .P7  Plagiotheciaceae
    .P78 Polytrichaceae
    .P8  Pottiaceae
    .R53 Rigodiaceae
    .S46 Seligeriaceae
    .S75 Sphagnaceae
    .S76 Splachnaceae
    .S58 Timmiaceae
540		Geographical/Topographical divisions (modified from LC QK 540.4->549.5)
        (Bryophyta floras that cover Musci or Musci and Hepaticae)
540.###			(use geographic numerical code as in floras, QK 108->474)
	Hepaticae (Liverworts) and Anthocerotae (Hornworts)
551		Anatomy, physiology, etc.
553		General works, treatises, and textbooks
554		Classification.  Systematic works
555		Systematic divisions, A-Z (cutter codes from LC list)
    .A6  Anthocerotaceae
    .D5  Dilaenaceae
    .F6  Fossombroniaceae
    .F9  Frullaniaceae
    .G7  Grimaldiaceae
    .J9  Jungermanniaceae
    .M2  Marchantiaceae
    .M4  Metzgeriaceae
    .P6  Porellaceae
    .R5  Ricciaceae
    .T3  Targioniaceae
560		Geographical/Topographical divisions (modified from LC QK 555.4->557.4)
        (floras that only only cover Hepaticae)
560.###			(use geographic numerical code as in floras, QK 108->474)
	Algae
564		Periodicals, societies, congresses, serial collections, yearbooks.
564.5		Collected works (nonserial)
565		Anatomy, physiology, etc.
565.2			Laboratory cultures and technique
565.5		Genetics
566		General works, treatises, and textbooks
566.3		Popular works
566.5		Juvenile works
567		Classification.  Systematic works
569		Systematic divisions, A-Z (see LC list for cutter codes)
570		Geographical/Topographical divisions (modified from LC QK 570.4->580.5)
570.###			(use geographic numerical code as in floras, QK 108->474)
	Lichens
581		Anatomy, physiology, etc.
583		General works, treatises, and textbooks
584		Classification.  Systematic works
585		Systematic divisions, A-Z (see LC list for cutter codes)
590		Geographical/Topographical divisions (modified from LC QK 586.4->597.5)
590.###			(use geographic numerical code as in floras, QK 108->474)

	Fungi
600		Periodicals, societies, congresses, serial collections, yearbooks.
600.5		Museums.  Exhibitions.
601		Anatomy, physiology, etc.
602		Genetics, variation, etc.
603		General works, treatises, and textbooks (see also QK 617)
603.5		Juvenile works
604		Special aspects of the subject as a whole
(603.2)		Classification.  Systematic works (see QK 620)
610		Systematic divisions, A-Z (see LC list for cutter codes)
610		Geographical/Topographical divisions (modified from LC QK 604.4->615.5)
610.###			(use geographic numerical code as in floras, QK 108->474)
617		Edible and poisonous fungi.  Mushrooms (Popular works) (Cf. SB353, Mushroom culture)
618		Marine fungi
620		Classification.  Systematic works 
621->635		Systematic divisions (refer to LC guide)

Plant Anatomy
641		General works, treatises, and textbooks
(643)		Individual plants and groups of plants, see Systematic Divisions (QK495->635)
		Vegetative organs
644			Root and modifications.  Root tubercles.
			Bacteriology of root nodules, see QR113
645			Shoot (incl. buds, growing points, etc.)
646				Stem (incl. bulbs, rhizomes, type of branching)
647					Wood
648					Bark
649				Leaf and modifications.  Stipules.
650				Appendages (incl. trichomes, thorns, spines, tendrils, scales, hairs, etc.)
651				Thallus
652		Reproductive organs of spermatophytes
653			Flower and inflorescence
654				Receptacle
655				Perianth
656					Calyx
657					Corolla (incl. nectaries)
658					Androecium.  Palynology.  (including stamens, pollen, etc.)
659					Gynoecium (incl. pistils, ovary, etc.)
660			Fruit and seed
661				Seed
662		Reproductive organs of cryptogams
663		Alternation of generations
664		Teratology
665		Embryology (incl. embryos, embryosacs, spermatogenesis, etc.)
(667)		Phylogeny, see QH 368.5
669		Nomenclature of color as applied to plant description
671		Histology
673		Laboratory manuals, techniques, microscopy, photomicrography.
			Methodology.
(683-707)	Individual parts, see QK 644->661


QKA  Aquatic Floras, Wetland and Aquarium Plants
	(note: more comprehensive treatments may be files in general floras)

1	General works, treatises, and textbooks
2	Congresses
3	Juvenile works
4	Special aspects of the subject as a whole

Non-regional identification guides and pictorial works
100	Aquarium plants
105	General aquatic/wetland plants

Topographical Divisions
108->474	(Follow arrangement of floras, QK 108->QK 474)

QKT  TREES AND SHRUBS  (pulled from standard LC QK 475->493 and QK 108->474)

1	General works, treatises, and textbooks
2	Pictorial works.  Atlases
3	Juvenile works
4	Special aspects of the subject as a whole
		(for folklore of trees, see GR 785, but in FLAS include here)
5	Special topics, A-Z
		.A6	Annual rings
		.I4	Identification
			Rings, see .A6
	Arboretums.  Fruticeta see Botanical Gardens (QK 71-73)
		General works  (see QK 71)
		By region or country, A-Z (see QK 73)
	Local (Geographic treatments)
108->474	(Follow arrangement of floras, QK 108->QK 474)


ARRANGEMENT OF SYSTEMATIC / MONOGRAPHIC SECTION
(Modified From QK 494 - QK 495 & QK 525 of Library Of Congress)

QX	VASCULAR PLANTS

1	Vascular plants, general.  (Cf. QY 1, QZ 1-5)

	PTERIDOPHYTA (FERNS)

2	Periodicals, societies, congresses, serial collections, yearbooks
3	General works, treatises, and textbooks
4	Anatomy, physiology, morphology, etc.
5	Classification. Systematic works
	Systematic divisions (alphabetical)
10	Fern Allies, general works
11	Psilotaceae
12	Lycopodiaceae
13	Selaginellaceae
14	Isoetaceae
15	Equisetaceae
	Eusporangiate Ferns
20	Ophioglossaceae
21	Marattiaceae
22	Osmundaceae
23	Plagiogyriaceae
	Schizaeoid Ferns
30	Schizaeaceae
31	Parkeriaceae
32	Platyzomataceae
	Filmy Ferns
40	Loxsomaceae
41	Hymemophyllaceae
42	Hymenophyllopsidaceae
43	Stromatopteridaceae
	Gleichenioid Ferns
50	Gleicheniaceae
51	Matoniaceae
52	Cheiropleuriaceae
53	Dipteridaceae
	Proto-cyatheoid and cyatheoid Ferns
60	Metaxyaceae
61	Lophosoriaceae
62	Cyatheaceae
63	Dicksoniaceae
64	Thyrsopteridaceae
70	Polypodiaceae (sensu lago), general info
71		Polypodiaceae (sensu stricto)
72		Adiantaceae (Sinopteridaceae)
74		Aspidiaceae
75		Aspleniaceae
77		Blechnaceae
79		Davalliaceae
80		Dennstaedtiaceae
82		Dryopteridaceae
84		Grammitidaceae
86		Lomariopsidaceae
88		Pteridaceae
		? Sinopteridaceae
90		Thelypteridaceae
92		Vittariaceae
94.#	Polypodiaceae (sensu lago) geographic
95	Polypodiaceae (sensu lago) by genus
	Water ferns
96	Marsileaceae
97	Salviniaceae (incl. Azollaceae)
100 Pteridophyta - Cultivation Guides and Information on Cultivated Species
    (also see: QX 5)
108-474.5 Geographical distribution (Same arrangement as floras QK 108->474.5


QY	SPERMATOPHYTA GENERAL AND GYMNOSPERMS - SYSTEMATIC DIVISIONS

1	Spermatophyta general (Cf. QX 1, QZ 1-5)
5	Gymnosperms- General (file orders with major family)
10	Cycadaceae, incl. Cycadales
40	Ginkgoaceae incl. Ginkgoales
50	Coniferales
52	Taxaceae
54	Podocarpaceae
56	Cephalotaxaceae
60	Pinaceae
61	Taxodiaceae
62	Cupressaceae
63	Araucariaceae
70	Gnetaceae incl. Gnetales
71	Ephedraceae
72	Welwitschiaceae

QZ	ANGIOSPERMS (FLOWERING PLANTS) - SYSTEMATIC DIVISIONS

	1	General (Cf. QX 1, QY 1)
	3	Monocotyledons
	5	Dicotyledons
	8 - 280	Families, by family #

	The books are organized in three sequences within a family:

1)	Publications concerning the family in general are classed by author.  The first decimal cutter line represents the author (or title or series). (E.g., QZ 19 .Author; QZ 19 .G735 1987, Grass Systematics and Evolution ("G" on the cutter line comes from the title since this is an edited volume))
2)	Publications concerning the family as a whole in a geographic area are classed with the three digit decimal geographic code added to the family number in the range.  The decimal numbers range from #.108 to #.474.  The next line takes the first letter of the author (or title or serial) and one cutter number (unless more are needed).  (E.g., QZ 19.154 .Author; QZ 19.154 .H3 1978, The Grasses of Florida by D. W. Hall)
3)	Publications concerning only a particular genus in a family use the family number plus decimal .5 added (#.5).  The first decimal cutter line consists of the first four letters of the genus; the second cutter line represents the author.  (E.g., QZ 19.5 .LEER .P97 1967, Taxonomic and Distributional Studies in Leersia (Gramineae) by Grant Lloyd Pyrah.

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF FAMILIES WITH FAMILY NUMBERS


	266	Acanthaceae
	163	Aceraceae
	204	Achariaceae
	272	Adoxaceae
	40.6	Agavaceae
	84	Aizoaceae
	229.7	Alangiaceae
		Aleuosmiaceae see Caprifoliaceae
	15	Alismataceae
	40.7	Alstroemeriaceae
	216.6	Alzateaceae
	79	Amaranthaceae
	40	Amaryllidaceae
	153	Anacardiaceae
	209	Ancistrocladaceae
	98	Annonaceae
	228	Apiaceae
	247	Apocynaceae
	13	Aponogetonaceae
	157	Aquifoliaceae
	23	Araceae
	227	Araliaceae
	21	Arecaceae
	74	Aristolochiaceae
	248	Asclepiadaceae
	280	Asteraceae
	96.6	Austrobaileyaceae
	73	Balanophoraceae
	168	Balsaminaceae
	86	Basellaceae
	60.6	Bat(id)aceae
	208	Begoniaceae
	93	Berberidaceae
	61	Betulaceae
	258	Bignoniaceae
	194	Bixaceae
	177	Bombacaceae
	252	Boraginaceae
	105	Brassicaceae
	32	Bromeliaceae
	119	Brunelliaceae
	122	Bruniaceae
		Buddlejaceae (245)
	49	Burmanniaceae
	139	Burseraceae
	16	Butomaceae
	149	Buxaceae
	88.7	Cabombaceae
	210	Cactaceae
	148	Callitrichaceae
	96	Calycanthaceae
	279	Calyceraceae
	276	Campanulaceae
	197	Canellaceae
		Cannabaceae (64)
	47	Cannaceae
	107	Cappar(id)aceae
	271	Caprifoliaceae
	205	Caricaceae
	183	Caryocaraceae
	87	Caryophyllaceae
	51	Casuarinaceae
	158	Celastraceae
	27	Centrolepidaceae
	116	Cephalotaceae
	89	Ceratophyllaceae
	90.6	Cercidiphyllaceae
	78	Chenopodiaceae
	253.6	Chloanthaceae
	54	Chloranthaceae
	126.6	Chrysobalanaceae
	193	Cistaceae
	230	Clethraceae
	187	Clusiaceae
	136	Cneoraceae
	195	Cochlospermaceae
	263	Columelliaceae
	221	Combretaceae
	33	Commelinaceae
	280	Compositae (use Asteraceae)
	127	Connaraceae
	249	Convolvulaceae
	151	Coriariaceae
	229	Cornaceae
	156	Corynocarpaceae
		Costaceae (46)
	115	Crassulaceae
	125	Crossosomataceae
	105	Cruciferae (use Brassicaceae)
	217.6	Crypteroniaceae
	275	Cucurbitaceae
	120	Cunoniaceae
	22	Cyclanthaceae
		Cymodoceaceae (11.8)
	226	Cynomoriaceae
	20	Cyperaceae
	154	Cyrillaceae
	147.6	Daphniphyllaceae
	207	Datiscaceae
	235	Diapensiaceae
	146	Dichapetalaceae
		Dicrastylidaceae (253.6)
	180	Dilleniaceae
	43	Dioscoreaceae
	274	Dipsacaceae
	188	Dipterocarpaceae
	112	Droseraceae
	240	Ebenaceae
	215	Elaeagnaceae
	171	Elaeocarpaceae
	189	Elatinaceae
	150	Empetraceae
	234	Epacridaceae
	233	Ericaceae
	30	Eriocaulaceae
	134	Erythroxylaceae
	903	Eucommiaceae
	181	Eucryphiaceae
	90.7	Eupteleaceae
	147	Euphorbiaceae
	128	Fabaceae
	62	Fagaceae
	199	Flacourtiaceae
	25	Flagellariaceae
	192	Fouquieriaceae
	190	Frankeniaceae
	104.6	Fumariaceae
	229.8	Garryaceae
	211	Geissolomataceae
	246	Gentianaceae
	129	Geraniaceae
	262	Gesneriaceae
	265	Globulariaceae
	100	Gomortegaceae
	173	Gonystylaceae
	277	Goodeniaceae
	19	Gramineae (use Poaceae)
		Grossulariaceae (117)
	70	Grubbiaceae
	225.6	Gunneraceae
	187	Guttiferae (use Clusiaceae)
	39	Haemodoraceae
	225	Halorag(id)aceae
	123	Hamamelidaceae
		Heliconiaceae (45)
	103	Hernandiaceae
	95.9	Himantandraceae
	164	Hippocastanaceae
	159	Hippocrateaceae
	225.7	Hippuridaceae
	133	Humiriaceae
	76	Hudnoraceae
		Hydrangeaceae (117)
	17	Hydrocharitaceae
	251	Hydrophyllaceae
	114	Hydrostachyaceae
		Hypericaceae (187)
	162	Icacinaceae
	95.7	Illiciaceae
	44	Iridaceae
	36	Juncaceae
	60	Juglandaceae
	14	Juncaginaceae
	196	Koeberliniaceae
	128.6	Krameriaceae
	254	Labiatae (use Lamiaceae)
	18.6	Lacandoniaceae
	55	Lacistemataceae
	97	Lactoridaceae
	254	Lamiaceae
	92	Lardizabalaceae
	102	Lauraceae
	219	Lecythidaceae
	128	Leguminosae (use Fabaceae)
	59	Leitneriaceae
	24	Lemnaceae
	232	Lennoaceae
	264	Lentibulariaceae
	14.6	Lilaeaceae
	38	Liliaceae
	152	Limnanthaceae
	132	Linaceae
	206	Loasaceae
	245	Loganiaceae
	67	Loranthaceae
	45.6	Lowiaceae
	216	Lythraceae
	95	Magnoliaceae
	202	Malesherbiaceae
	141	Malpighiaceae
	175	Malvaceae
	48	Marantaceae
	184	Marcgraviaceae
	184	Marcgraviaceae
	260	Martyniaceae
	28	Mayacaceae
	223	Melastomataceae
	140	Meliaceae
	223.6	Memecylaceae
	94	Menispermaceae
	246.6	Menyanthaceae
		Molluginaceae (84)
	101	Monimiaceae
	64	Moraceae
	109	Moringaceae
	45	Musaceae
	267	Myoporaceae
	57	Myricaceae
	99	Myristicaceae
	121	Myrothamnaceae
	236	Myrsinaceae
	222	Myrtaceae
	68	Myzodendraceae
	12	Najadaceae
	88.6	Nelumbonaceae
	111	Nepenthaceae
	126.7	Neuradaceae
	255	Nolanaceae
	80	Nyctaginaceae
	88	Nymphaeaceae
	229.6	Nyssaceae
	182	Ochnaceae
	72	Olacaceae
	243	Oleaceae
	213	Oliniaceae
	224	Onagraceae
	71	Opiliaceae
	50	Orchidaceae
	261	Orobanchaceae
	130	Oxalidaceae
		Paeoniaceae (91)
	21	Palmae (use Arecaceae)
	9	Pandanaceae
	104	Papaveraceae
	203	Passifloraceae
	259	Pedaliaceae
	212	Penaeaceae
	155	Pentaphylacaceae
		Petermaniaceae (40.8)
	40.8	Philesiaceae
	35	Philydraceae
	268	Phyrmaceae
	83	Phytolaccaceae
	53	Piperaceae
	118	Pittosporaceae
	269	Plantaginaceae
	124	Platanaceae
	238	Plumbaginaceae
	19	Poaceae
	113	Podostemaceae
	250	Polemoniaceae
	145	Polygalaceae
	77	Polygonaceae
	34	Pontederiaceae
	85	Portulacaceae
		Posidoniaceae (11.8)
	11	Potamogetonaceae
	237	Primulaceae
	66	Proteaceae
	218	Punicaceae
	185	Quiinaceae
	75	Rafflesiaceae
	91	Ranunculaceae
	31	Rapateaceae
	108	Resedaceae
	26	Restoniaceae
	169	Rhamnaceae
	220	Rhizophoraceae
	216.7	Rhynchocalycaceae
	122.6	Roridulaceae
	126	Rosaceae
	270	Rubiaceae
	11.6	Ruppiaceae
	137	Rutaceae
	166	Sabiaceae
	56	Salicaceae
	244	Salvadoraceae
	69	Santalaceae
	165	Sapindaceae
	239	Sapotaceae
	110	Sarraceniaceae
	52	Saururaceae
	117	Saxifragaceae
	95.8	Schisandraceae
	257	Scrophulariaceae
	179	Scytopetalceae
	138	Simaroubaceae
	256	Solanaceae
	217	Sonneratiaceae
	10	Sparganiaceae
		Spigeliaceae (245)
	200	Stachyuraceae
	160	Stackhousiaceae
	161	Staphyleaceae
	37	Stemonaceae
	178	Sterculiaceae
		Strelitziaceae (45)
	278	Stylidiaceae
	241	Styracaceae
	138.6	Surianaceae
	242	Symplocaceae
	42	Taccaceae
	191	Tamaricaceae
	186	Theaceae
	82	Theligonaceae
	235.6	Theophrastaceae
	214	Thymelaeaceae
	174	Tiliaceae
	106	Tovariaceae
	224.6	Trapaceae
	144	Tremandraceae
	142	Trigoniaceae
	18	Triuridaceae
	90	Trochodendraceae
	131	Tropaeolaceae
	201	Turneraceae
	8	Typhaceae
	63	Ulmaceae
	228	Umbelliferae (use Apiaceae)
	65	Urticaceae
	273	Valerianaceae
	41	Velloziaceae
	253	Verbenaceae
	198	Violaceae
		Viscaceae (67)
	170	Vitaceae
	143	Vochysiaceae
	95.6	Winteraceae
	29	Xyridaceae
	11.8	Zannichelliaceae
	46	Zingiberaceae
	11.9	Zosteraceae
	135	Zygophyllaceae


SB 1-1110 - PLANT CULTURE -SCHEMATIC  (SEE MAIN MANUAL FOR DETAILS)

107-109		Economic botany (also see QK 98-100))
110-111		Methods for special areas
112			Irrigation farming
113-118.45	Seeds (also see 661)
	115			Seed and plant catalogs
118.5-118.75	Nurseries.  Nursery industry (Cf. SB 115)
119-124		Propagation
125			Training and pruning
126			Artificial light gardening
127			Forcing
128			Growth regulators
129			Harvesting, cutting, storage
139			Miscellaneous
170-171		Tree crops
175-177		Food plants
183-317		Field crops
	188-192		Grain. Cereals
	193-207		Forage crops.  Feed crops
		197-202			Grasses
		203-207			Legumes
	209-211		Root and tuber crops
	215-239		Sugar plants
	241-261		Textile and fiber plants
				Other field crops
	265-279		Alkaloidal plants (cacao, coffee, tea, tobacco, etc.)
	281-284		Basketwork and matwork plants
	285-287		Dye plants
	288			Energy plants
	289-291		Gum and resin plants. Rubber plants
	292			Insecticidal plants
	293-295		Medicinal plants (culture only)
					  (Cf. RS Pharmacy; SB265-279; QK 99)
	298-299		Oil bearing plants.  Wax plants
	301-303		Aromatic plants
	305-307		Spice and condiment plants
	309-311		Starch plants
	313-315		Tanning plants
	317			Other economic plants
317.5-319	Horticulture.  Horticultural crops
320-353		Vegetables
354-402		Fruit culture and orchard care
403-450.87	Flowers and flower culture.  Ornamental plants
	407			Illustrations and descriptions of choice plants
	407.3		Illustrations and descriptions of choice plants - by region (we hardly use this)
				.T73 tropical and subtropical
* might need geographical treatments here- for  now split by tropical / subtropical ?
	408			Lists [and descriptions] of ornamental plants
	409-413		Culture of Individual Plants
		409.A1			Periodicals.  Societies.  Serials
		409.A2-Z			General works
		411			Roses
		413			Other plants, A-Z
	421-439		Classes of plants
		421			Alpine plants
		422			Annuals
		423			Aquatic plants
		424			Borders
		425			Bulbs and tuberous plants
		426			Chalk and limestone garden plants and gardens
		427			Climbers
		427.5			Desert plants.  Desert gardening
		427.8			Epiphytes.  Air plants
		428			Evergreen plants, incl. conifers
		(429			Ferns and lycopodiums use QX 100)
		431			Foliage plants
		431.7			Grasses, Ornamental
		432			Ground cover plants
		432.5			Hanging plants
		432.7			Insectivorous plants
		433-433.34			Lawns and turf
		433.5			Miniature plants
		433.8			Peat garden plants
		434			Perennials
		434.3			Prairie plants.  Prairie gardening
		434.7			Shade-tolerant plants.  Gardening in the shade
		435			Shrubs and ornamental trees
		438			Succulent plants.  Cactus
		439			Wild plants.  Flowers, chrubs, ferns
		439.5			Winter garden plants.  Winter gardening
		439.8			Xerophytes.  Drought-enduring plants.  Dry gardens
450.9-467	Gardens and gardening
469-476	Landscape gardening.  Landscape architecture.
481-485	Parks and public reservations (incl. works on theory, management, history)
				(Note: 481-485 deviates from standard LC, LC also xref to D, E and F))
	481			Periodicals. Societies. Serials. Congresses.
	482			General Works (LC puts U.S. here, we move to SB 483)
	483			United States, general
	483.###		United States, regional and by state (use geo codes) (class U.S. cities in appropriate state)
	484			By country, general
	484.###		By country (use geo codes) (class foreign cities with appropriate country)
	485			(LC puts foreign cities here, class these with countries in SB 484)
599-989	Pests and diseases
992-998	Economic zoology applied to frops.  Agricultural zoology.

SBW	Weeds, Parasitic Plants (from SB 610 - 615)

1	Periodicals, Societies, Serials
2	Congresses
10	Comprehensive Checklists and Listings
11	General works
12 Parasitic Plants
15	Biological control
101-474	By region or country (use standard geographic numbers)
500	Aquatic weeds - General works
601-974	Aquatic weeds - By region or country
	  (add 500 to standard geographic numbers)
980	Phreatophytes
985	Individual weeds (use LC cutter codes)

SF	Honey Plant

535	General works
535.2	  by region or country
535.5	Supplemental Feeding

REVISED U.S. GEOGRAPHIC MATRIX
use for subcategories in certain areas

115	United States, General Works
116	Eastern U.S.
117	Northeastern
118	Popular Handbooks
120	Atlantic States.  Atlantic Coast
121	New England
124		Maine
125		New Hampshire
126		Vermont
127		Massachusetts
128		Rhode Island
129		Connecticut
130		New York
131		New Jersey
132		Pennsylvania
133	Middle Atlantic States
134	Appalachian Mountains
135	Chesapeake Bay
138		Delaware
139		Maryland
140		Washington, D.C.
141		West Virginia
142		Virginia
145	Southeastern
147		Great Smoky Mountains
150		North Carolina
151		South Carolina
152		Georgia
153		Gulf Region
154		Florida
155		Alabama
156		Mississippi
157		Louisiana
158		Arkansas
159		Tennessee
160		Kentucky
 
161	Middle West
162	Great Lakes Region
163		Ohio
164		Indiana
165		Michigan
166		Illinois
167		Missouri
168		Iowa
169		Wisconsin
170		Minnesota
172	Great Plains/Central Region
173		North Dakota
174		South Dakota
175		Nebraska
176		Kansas
177		Oklahoma
178		Texas
180	Western U.S. (The West)
181	Rocky Mountain Region
182		New Mexico
183		Colorado
184		Wyoming
185		Montana
186		Idaho
187	Great Basin
188		Utah
189		Nevada
191	Southwest
192		Arizona
193		California
194	Pacific Coast
195	Northwest
196		Oregon
197		Washington
199		Alaska

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