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Title: Association of trees, shrubs, and other vegetation in northern Idaho forests

Author: Larsen, J. A.;

Date: 1923

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Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: It is the purpose of this paper to set forth the association of the most common herbs, shrubs, and trees in the forests of northern Idaho, in the hope that the information may afford a better insight into the quality and general characteristics of the habitats. The herbs and shrubs listed were collected at the Priest River Forest Experiment Station of the U. S. Forest Service. The writer is much indebted to Drs. C. H. Shattuck and E. L. Greene, Messrs. E. C. Rogers and H. P. Rigdon, and Mrs. Agnes Chase for their help in the work of collection and identification

Keywords: forest vegetation, herbs, shrubs, trees

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Larsen, J. A. 1923. Association of trees, shrubs, and other vegetation in northern Idaho forests. Ecology. 4(1): 63-67.

 


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