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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... smaller stature, and more gnarled appearance than its more common relative. A. koaia can be locally abundant in drier habitats, but this habitat is seriously threatened (K. Wood pers. comm. 2002). This ...
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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... and are observed to be relatively faithful to A. australis var. olympicus (Kaye 1989). Despite abundant flower production, seed set was observed to be low in monitored plants. Low seed set ... immature fruits. Larvae reared from fruits produced only Typhius weevils (Kaye 1989). A patchy but locally abundant distribution may make A. australis var olympicus more susceptible to predation than one with a ...
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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... and Pushmataha counties in Oklahoma. A few populations occur in McCurtain county Oklahoma. Sandgrass is locally abundant along Daddy's Creek in Tennessee (Perkins and Patrick 1980). One site is located in ...
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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... range, C. umpquaensis is locally abundant and occurs within a rather broad continuum of habitats, from closed canopy coniferous forests to open grass-forb meadow. It is especially abundant in the transitional zone ...
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CPC Plant Profile - National Collection of Endangered Plants
... ). It is likely that autogamy is a vital life-history strategy for rare, locally endemic flora that might otherwise be especially vulnerable to inconsistent pollinators (Karron 1987 ... (USFWS 1997). Greenhouse experiments revealed that native soil inoculation was successful at facilitating abundant colonization of mycorrhizal fungi. Plants were grown in both non-inoculated and inoculated soil ...
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