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Order these entries by plant's common name
 
Erik AmundsenWaterbaby Cress, Nasturtium Charleskingsleni
Matthew BaughFlame Lily, Nymphaeaceae-flammiferum
Steve BermanEsemtep, Unclassified
John BlackDevil’s Pork , Tuberaceae Tuber
John BowkerBurning Bush Fungus, Encephalitozoon Elysium
Stephanie Campisi and Ben PeekThe Nabokov, Unclassified
Brendan CarsonLautokan Ear-blossom Plant (Tautau e vata), Auriculula cosmetales
Christopher M. CevascoTime Cactus, Chronocactus hematophageis
Alex ChambersWild Homilywort (var. Speechtree), Quercus loquatium
Elaine CliftForget-me-bastard, Myosovictimis uncertae sedis
Dave CoulterWind melon, Saturn melon, God's Eyes, Cucumis melo helioaero
Kris DikemanNightmare Lotus, Nymphae somnium maledictus
Susan Fedynak(Floating) Armor of The Dark Blue Heart, Armorea Navum
Toiya Kristen FinleyThe Poseur Nosehairs, Animaceae Sominus
Francesca Forrestfirefly bellflower (Tintinnabulum photuris), Tintinnabulum photuris
Victoria Elisabeth GarciaPoliphila, or "Shriner Vine.", Unclassified
H.F. GibbardKvetching aspen, Populus kvetchis
Catherine GunsonThuringian Shade-tree, Umbropsida noctalus
Jon HansenDream Melons, Melo somnio
Merrie HaskellLibrary Plum, Bibloteca prunus
Patricia L. HavisGiant Cloud Lily, Liliaceae Lilium
Steve HimmerBitter Mortar, Cucurbitaceae Marah
David KellySinging Grass, unknown
Matthew KresselThe Sembla, Spasmodicus plasticosa
Jay LakeBaby cabbage, also regionally referred to as The Leaf, Squallroot or Mother's Little Helper, Cruciferae Brassica homogenesis
Elizabeth Langfordbig yellow flower of unnecessarily obvious information, Explanatum obviosis
Ann LeckieClickweed, Everricula Pilolaqueus
Philip J. LeesThe Faerie Hogweed, Heracleum ignotum
Livia Llewellyn Teslated Salishan Evergreen, Cupressuceaohm salishan nikola
Mary E. LowdKitty Willow, Salix ambulara
Darja Malcolm-ClarkeShade’s Globe (also: Sibylwort), Umberia medianus
Eric J. MillarBone Garden, otherwise known as Adam's Ribcage, Aloe skelaphalia
Adam NakamaLeonidas' Bloom, Campanula lacedaemia
Shweta NarayanWhistle tree, Catalpa musicalis
Vera NazarianTwilight Luon-Sibir, Russica spectrata
Andrew NicolleAvian Trumpetflower, Trochilium avifructus
Alexandra O'NealAttercopp plant, Chelicereae Telacaulum
Suzanne PalmerSwift River Hopping Pitcher Plant, Pseudosarracenia verdeverminus
Tom PendergrassUgly Tree, Medusa's Hairbrush, Acer horrendoturpis
Cassandra Phillips-SearsOzymandias-plant, Lamiaceae (Genus unknown)
Yvonne PronovostScreaming Mimi, Datura clamo
Eric SchallerQueen Victoria’s Bloomers, Monkey Ho, Caligula homocopulus
January MortimerStag-eye nettle, Urtica aboculus
Lucy A. SnyderFairy apple, timewarp lemon, Atlantis Mandrake, Podophyllum sidhe
Mark TeppoHaunt Vine (also known as Ghostroot and Spirit Creeper), Ipomoea Umbris
Shveta ThakrarPadmamukhi (the Lotus-Mouthed), Nelumbonaceae nelumbo
James TrimarcoCloud Anemone, Bromeliaceae Tillandsia nebularia
Jonathan WonhamCouch Kelp, Siturfatarscea velvetorleva monthlypaymentis


A Field Guide to Surreal Botany was illustrated by Janet Chui and edited by Janet Chui and Jason Erik Lundberg.









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