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Plants & Natural Communities

by Barnhill, David L last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:22 PM
File Natural Communities: Plant Composition by Barnhill, David L — last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:25 PM
This file has two worksheets (see tabs at the bottom). One collects information on the relative importance of plants in various forested communities, the other information on plants in unforested communities. The source is John Curtis, The Vegetation of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Press, 1971.
File Ferns and Their Natural Communities by Barnhill, David L — last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:56 PM
Here are two lists of native Wisconsin ferns with the natural communities they are found in (see tabs at the bottom). The first one is derived from John Curtis, The Vegetation of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Press, 1971. The numbers and abbreviations are explained in the appendix. The second list is from the www.wisplants.uwsp.edu website: it gives what natural communities each plant is found in. The names of the plants include a link to the wisplants website for more information.
File Forbs and Their Natural Communities by Barnhill, David L — last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:55 PM
Here are two lists of native Wisconsin forbs with the natural communities they are found in (see tabs at the bottom). The first one is derived from John Curtis, The Vegetation of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Press, 1971. The numbers and abbreviations are explained in the appendix. The second list is from the www.wisplants.uwsp.edu website: it gives what natural communities each plant is found in. The names of the plants include a link to the wisplants website for more information.
File Grasses and Their Natural Communities by Barnhill, David L — last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:55 PM
Here are two lists of native Wisconsin grasses with the natural communities they are found in (see tabs at the bottom). The first one is derived from John Curtis, The Vegetation of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Press, 1971. The numbers and abbreviations are explained in the appendix. The second list is from the www.wisplants.uwsp.edu website: it gives what natural communities each plant is found in. The names of the plants include a link to the wisplants website for more information.
File Shrubs and Their Natural Communities by Barnhill, David L — last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:54 PM
Here are two lists of native Wisconsin shrubs with the natural communities they are found in (see tabs at the bottom). The first one is derived from John Curtis, The Vegetation of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Press, 1971. The numbers and abbreviations are explained in the appendix. The second list is from the www.wisplants.uwsp.edu website: it gives what natural communities each plant is found in. The names of the plants include a link to the wisplants website for more information.
File Trees and Their Natural Communities by Barnhill, David L — last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:54 PM
Here are two lists of native Wisconsin trees with the natural communities they are found in (see tabs at the bottom). The first one is derived from John Curtis, The Vegetation of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin Press, 1971. The numbers and abbreviations are explained in the appendix. The second list is from the www.wisplants.uwsp.edu website: it gives what natural communities each plant is found in. The names of the plants include a link to the wisplants website for more information.
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by Barnhill, David L last modified Apr 17, 2011 08:22 PM