The booklet contains 8 main pages.
The diagram above shows you the basic layout of the booklet. Clicking the links on this diagram will take you to the "start" of the sections or subsections of the booklet. If you click the NEXT arrow starting with "History" you will navigate the top level sections from "History" to "Genus". In any subsection clicking the NEXT arrow will allow you to navigate all the pages of that subsection. The number of pages in a subsection is indicated using (#). Clicking on the number takes you to a index of the pages in the corresponding subsection.
The recommended method of navigating this booklet is to use the PREVIOUS, NEXT, UP, and DOWN arrows that are optionally provided in the left-hand column of each page. Clicking just these "controls" will allow you to view the entire booklet. The NEXT arrow allows you to view all the related pages at a given level. The DOWN arrow(s) when present allows you to view more detailed pages about a given topic. The UP arrow when present takes you back to a less detailed view.
The "same level" navigation provided on any given page of the booklet is circular in nature. If you follow the NEXT arrows starting with any page that has such a control you will eventually end back where you started pressing NEXT. The PREVIOUS arrows also cause this circular "same level" navigation. All NEXTs have a corresponding PREVIOUS.
In all cases (except for "History of Species Study Group") clicking a DOWN link on a page followed by a click of the UP link will return you back to the original page.
Every page of the booklet has in the left-hand column a link to the main pages and the Navigation page. Every subsection has a corresponding SubIndex page showing the titles of the pages in that subsection and every page of a subsection has a link to this SubIndex.
The set of links below the arrows in the left-hand column of this page provides a more traditional view of the structure of this booklet.
The browser-based version of this booklet was designed and built by John and Sally Perkins in cooperation with the Species Study Group of the American Rhododendron Society Massachusett Chapter.
The contents of this booklet is copyrighted by the Massachusetts Chapter ARS and is the combined property of the Massachusetts Chapter ARS and the individuals credited with its production.