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In March, you will complete an online quiz each week. Quizzes will include multiple choice questions on the identity, habitat and moisture indicator group.

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1 In March, you will complete an online quiz each week. Quizzes will include multiple choice questions on the identity, habitat and moisture indicator group of the indicator plants in this study guide. Quiz: you will be shown the pictures in this study guide. A multiple-choice question will appear next to the pictures. You will have one minute to select the best answer for each question.

2 Family name common name Habitat (Elevation zone) Moisture Regime Indicated View the pictures of the indicator plants Look at stems, leaves, inflorescences, and other distinguishing characteristics Background colours = visual cue of moisture regime indicated Hyperlink to the eflora web page for each species

3 Learn the scientific name, common name, habitat and the moisture regime indicated by each plant. Notes: Scientific names = Latin, in italics Genus = capitalized species = lower case Family = capitalized Common name = lower case, unless it includes a formal noun View the pictures of the indicator plants Look at stems, leaves, inflorescences, and other distinguishing characteristics

4 The indicator plants are grouped by their moisture regimes = background colour of the slides. Groups will be tested in the following order: 1. Very Dry to Dry (red) 2. Fresh to Moist (green) 3. Dry to Moist (yellow + green) 4. Moist to Very Wet (blue) View the pictures of the indicator plants Look at stems, leaves, inflorescences, and other distinguishing characteristics

5 Groups will be tested in the following order: 1. Very Dry to Dry (red) 2. Fresh to Moist (green) 3. Dry to Moist (yellow + green) 4. Moist to Very Wet (blue) The first test will examine group 1 only. Test 2 will examine groups 1 + 2, Test 3 = groups 1 to 3, Test 4 = groups 1 to 4 View the pictures of the indicator plants Look at stems, leaves, inflorescences, and other distinguishing characteristics

6 Poaceae bluebunch wheatgrass Grasslands + dry open forests Very dry to dry http://www.agf.gov.bc. ca/range/RangeID/Imag es/pseudoroegeneria%2 0spicata1.jpg http://d3cgb598vs7bfg.cloud front.net/images/upload- flashcards/front/5/2/176251 07_m.jpg

7 Poaceae cheatgrass Grasslands + dry open forests + disturbed sites Dry http://www.co.stev ens.wa.us/weedboa rd/other%20weeds/ cheat2.JPG http://biology.csusb.edu/Plan tGuideFolder/BromusTectoru m/BromusTec800a.jpg

8 Asteraceae arrow-leaved balsam root Grasslands + open forests Very dry to dry Photo: Wesley Brookes http://gis.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/plant-of-the- week/images/arrowleafbalsamroot/balsamorhiza_sagittata_lg.jpg

9 Asteraceae rabbit brush Grasslands, open forests, disturbed sites Dry http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/566/flashcards/1083566/jpg/c hrysothamnus_nauseosus1341538096025.jpg http://www.botanicalgarden.ubc.c a/potd/chrysothamnus_nauseosus 2.jpg

10 Asteraceae yarrow Open forests, disturbed sites Very dry to moist Photo: Wesley Brookes http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/33/flas hcards/2204033/jpg/achi llea_millefolium_200410 12_2574_1_1351695777 504.jpg http://www.anticaerborist eriaromana.it/prodotti/tin ture_ita/ACHILLEA%20MIL LEFOLIUM.jpg

11 Asteraceae pasture sage Grasslands, open forests, overgrazed sites Dry http://www.black footnativeplants.c om/wp- content/uploads/ wppa/149.jpg http://upload.wik imedia.org/wikipe dia/commons/7/ 75/Artemisia_abs inthium_(501842 3476).jpg

12 Cactaceae prickly pear cactus Grasslands + open PP forests + rock outcrops Very dry Photo: Wesley Brookes http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c8/Opuntia_fragilis.jpg/220px- Opuntia_fragilis.jpg

13 Crassulaceae lance-leaved stonecrop Open grassy slopes, sandy benches, ridges, rock outcrops Dry http://www.succulent- plant.com/families/crassulaceae/sedum/sedum_rubrotinctum.jpg http://www.swcoloradowildflow ers.com/Yellow%20Enlarged%2 0Photos/3amla.jpg

14 Cupressaceae common juniper Open forests, rock outcrops Very dry to dry Photo: Wesley Brookes http://www.real.ed u.ee/ajaveeb/vons/ wp- content/uploads/2 010/09/it_pl_4.jpg

15 Liliaceae nodding onion Dry open woods, exposed grassy places, rocky crevices, with Douglas-fir Dry http://jardin smichelcorbe il.com/image s/allium%20c ernuum.jpg http://www.aspa ker.no/Allium%2 0cernuum.jpg

16 Rosaceae old man’s whiskers Open calcareous grassy sites, open dry forest, subalpine meadows Dry Photo: Wesley Brookes http://www.boisethegreat.com/images/articlei mages/dandelion3.jpg http://www.grandmo rainegrowers.ca/imag es/Geum%20trifloru m.jpg

17 Scrophulariaceae showy penstomon Rocky sites, open forest Dry http://www.stewo.no/P/Penstemon%20fruticosus%20serratus.jpg http://okanaganxeriscape. org/static/images/plant/r esized/Penstemon_frutico sus_700x700.jpg

18 Selaginellaceae compact selaginella Dry, exposed ridges, grasslands, rocky outcrops, submontane  alpine Dry http://www.nic.funet.fi/pub/sci/bio/life/plants/pteridophyta/lyc opsida/selaginellaceae/selaginella/rupestris.jpg http://www.discoverlife.org/IM/I_GY/0006/320/Selagi nella_densa,_entire,I_GY609.jpg

19 Parmeliaceae Cladonia lichens Over mineral soil, rock, humus + decaying wood in open dry forests and grasslands, Submontane  subalpine Dry http://www.rllk.be/images/large/bekertjesmos.jpg

20 Poaceae pinegrass Forests Dry to fresh http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/rang e/RangeID/Images/calamagros tis%20rubescens1.jpg http://science.halleyhosting.com/ nature/cascade/mtadams/poacea e/calamagrostis/rubescens/rubes cens2a.jpg

21 Poaceae rough fescue Grasslands + forest openings Moist http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/range/RangeI D/Images/festuca%20campestris1.jpg http://www.laspilitas.co m/images/grid24_12/8 090/s/images/plants/52 4/Poa_scabrella.jpg

22 Poaceae Kentucky bluegrass Grasslands, open forests, wetlands Moist http://upload.wikimedia.org/wiki pedia/commons/b/b2/Starr_0010 26-8001_Poa_pratensis.jpg http://www.kertpont.hu/kepek/803_6662_5.jpg

23 Asteraceae mountain arnica Montane forests Fresh to moist http://wolf.mind.net/swsbm/Images/A/Arnica_latifolia-1.jpg

24 Asteraceae heart-leaved arnica Montane forests Fresh to moist Photo: Wesley Brookes http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/range/RangeID/Images/Arnia%20c ordifolia1.jpg

25 Asteraceae big sagebrush Grasslands Dry to fresh http://www.draperwildlife.org/PlantIndexPage/big% 20sagebrush.jpg http://phyteclub.org/wp- content/uploads/2012/01/Artemisia -tridentata-foliage-Mather.jpg

26 Araliaceae wild sarsaparilla Shaded forests, mixedwoods Fresh to moist http://www.vaplantatlas.org/media/im ages/plants/originals/Aralia_nudicaulis %23740b%23.jpg http://www.wildflowers-and- weeds.com/Plant_Families/A raliaceae_pics/Aralia_nudicau lis.jpg

27 Caprifoliaceae twinflower open  closed forests Fresh to moist Photo: Wesley Brookes http://www.windsorscottish.com/gallery/wms0288.jpg http://www.shootgardening.co. uk/uploaded/images/plants/pla nt_10316/plant_linnaea_boreal is__1_47.jpg?1274379991

28 Caprifoliaceae common snowberry Open forests, grass openings, rock outcrops Dry to fresh http://www.eutopiamall.com/images/uploaded/12562374971344152708.jpg

29 Fabaceae arctic lupine High-elevation meadows and subalpine forests; medium-elevation open forests Fresh to moist http://www.turtle puddle.org/pix/Fl owers/Lupinus.jpg http://media-cache- ak0.pinimg.com/236x/dc/57/ec/dc 57ecbfc3f6a5910aeb98b907b4aeef.jpg

30 Fabaceae silky lupine Grasslands, open PP forests, disturbed sites Dry to fresh http://www.forthall.net/LC%20Flowers/lupinus%20wyethii.jpg http://o.quizlet.com/biP5yz9q y0DiIZDcwRNfcQ_m.jpg

31 Ericaceae grouseberry Open conifer montane forests Dry to moist http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/4305072.jpg http://meaningofflower.co m/flowerpics/whortleberry -15-150x150.jpg

32 Liliaceae rosy twistedstalk Moist forests + openings, streambanks, meadows Fresh to moist http://www.ncwildflower.org/images/plants/streptopus_roseus01.jpg http://thumbs.phot o.net/photo/34114 57-sm.jpg

33 Ericaceae prince’s pine Mossy well-drained conifer forests, clearings Dry to fresh http://www.homeopat hyandmore.com/med_ images/CHIMAPHILA_ UMBELLATA.jpg http://www.wildflowers bydonna.com/pix/Pipsiss ewa-large.jpg

34 Asteraceae showy aster Open forests, meadows + clearings Dry to moist

35 Ericaceae dwarf blueberry Mossy conifer montane forests, wet meadows, mountain slopes, alpine tundra Dry to moist

36 Celastraceae falsebox Open  closed forests Dry to moist

37 Elaeagnaceae Soopallalie Open forests Dry to moist

38 Ericaceae one-sided wintergreen Mossy coniferous forests, submontane to subalpine Dry to moist

39 Rosaceae wild strawberry Open forests, disturbed sites, submontane to subalpine Dry to moist

40 Rosaceae Saskatoon Open forests, grasslands Dry to moist

41 Rosaceae birch-leaved spirea Open forests Dry to moist

42 Parmeliaceae Pelt lichen Over moss, humus, rocks, decaying logs in open forests Dry to moist

43 Parmeliaceae red-stemmed feathermoss Coniferous forest floors, on humus and logs, submontane-subalpine Dry to moist

44 Parmeliaceae knight’s plume Coniferous forest floors, on humus, logs, rocks, submontane-subalpine Dry to moist

45 Poaceae bluejoint Forests, meadows, wetlands, clearings Moist to wet

46 Cyperaceae sedge Commonly in fens, bogs, wetlands, wet forests, lakeshores Mostly wet

47 Asteraceae arrow-leaved groundsel Meadows, streambanks, slide tracks, open forest, mostly subalpine-alpine Moist to wet

48 Betulaceae scrub birch Fens, wetlands, seepage areas, streambanks, montane  subalpine Moist to wet

49 Betulaceae mountain alder Edges of streams, ponds, lakes, swamps; submontane  subalpine Moist to wet

50 Caprifoliaceae Utah honeysuckle Forest openings + clearings Moist to wet Source: Walter Sigmund http://commons.wikimedia.org

51 Caprifoliaceae black twinberry Moist forests, clearings, riparian areas, swamps Moist to wet

52 Ericaceae trapper’s tea Montane conifer forests, bogs, wet depressions, acidic soils Moist to wet

53 Ranunculaceae globe flower Meadows, seepage sites, streambanks, high-elevation snowbeds Wet

54 Salicaceae willow Riparian areas, meadows, wetlands, moist clearings Fresh to wet

55 Parmeliaceae reindeer lichens Open conifer forests, submontane-subalpine Dry to wet


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