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SFR 107 Lab #2 Sept.10-11, 2013 Flashcards for aspen-birch forest type
Photo by K. Carter Betulaceae (birch) family gray birch Betula populifolia Farrar p bus/factsheet.cfm?ID=16
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Salicaceae (willow) family trembling or quaking aspen Populus tremuloides Photo by K. Carter Farrar p. 346 Chambers p. 25
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Salicaceae (willow) family balsam poplar Populus balsamifera ssp. balsamifera Photos by K. Carter Farrar p. 340 Chambers p. 23 eet.cfm?ID=401
Photo by K. Carter Cornaceae (dogwood) family red osier dogwood Cornus sericea (or Cornus stolonifera) Chambers p. 91 actsheet.cfm?ID=207
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Dryopteridaceae (wood fern family) sensitive fern Onoclea sensibilis Chambers p. 345
Asparagaceae (formerly lily) family Canada mayflower Maianthemum canadense Photos by K. Carter Chambers p. 159
Dennstaedtiaceae (bracken fern) family bracken fern Pteridium aquilinum Photo by K. Carter Photo in autumn
Anacardiaceae (cashew) family poison-ivy Toxicodendron radicans Photo by K. Carter Farrar p shiny green leaflets on a central stalk; terminal leaflet stalked
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