1. Introduction
2. Classification and new names
3. Distribution
3.1. Geographical sequence
3.2. Abbreviations Canada and USA
3.3. Subdivision of present-day Russia
3.4. Abbreviations Australia
4. Gender
5. References
5.1. Printed catalogues
5.2. C.P. Alexander

3.2. Abbreviations Canada and USA

The provinces and states of Canada and the USA are abbreviated as follows:

Ala = Alabama (USA)
Alta = Alberta (Canada)
Ariz = Arizona (USA)
Ark = Arkansas (USA)
BC = British Columbia (Canada)
Calif = California (USA)
Colo = Colorado (USA)
Conn = Connecticut (USA)
DC = District of Columbia (Washington DC) (USA)
Del = Delaware (USA)
Fla = Florida (USA)
Ga = Georgia (USA)
Ill = Illinois (USA)
Ind = Indiana (USA)
Kans= Kansas (USA)
Ky = Kentucky (USA)
La = Louisiana (USA)
Labr = Labrador (Canada)
Man = Manitoba (Canada)
Mass = Massachusetts (USA)
Md = Maryland (USA)
Mich = Michigan (USA)
Minn = Minnesota (USA)
Miss = Mississippi (USA)
Mo = Missouri (USA)
Mont = Montana (USA)
NBr = New Brunswick (Canada)
NC = North Carolina (USA)
ND = North Dakota (USA)
Nebr = Nebraska (USA)
Nev = Nevada (USA)
Nfld = Newfoundland (Canada)
NH = New Hampshire (USA)
NJ = New Jersey (USA)
NMex = New Mexico (USA)
NSc = Nova Scotia (Canada)
NWT = North West Territories (Canada)
NY = New York (USA)
Okla = Oklahoma (USA)
Ont = Ontario (Canada)
Oreg = Oregon (USA)
Pa = Pennsylvania (USA)
Que = Quebec (Canada)
RI = Rhode Island (USA)
Sask = Saskatchewan (Canada)
SC = South Carolina (USA)
SD = South Dakota (USA)
Tenn = Tennessee (USA)
Va = Virginia (USA)
Vt = Vermont (USA)
Wash = Washington (USA)
Wis = Wisconsin (USA)
WVa = West Virginia (USA)
Wyo = Wyoming (USA)

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