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Listing 1 - 10 from 17 for moist woods

Cornus sericea... Western Dogwood
... leaves were dried and smoked by the Thompson, Hoh, and Quilute. Habitat: riparian areas and moist woods Distribution of species: Alaska to Southern California, east to Idaho and Nevada, occasionally in Montana ...
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Oplopanax horridus... Devil's Club
... Club Family: Araliaceae (Ginseng family) Photo taken at Mill Creek near Stevens Pass, partially shaded, moist forest near stream (10 to 20 meters away) 2001 Thayne Tuason 2001 Thayne Tuason Flowers ... taken for colds by the Sanpoil, and to increase the appetite by the Thompson. Habitat: moist woods, especially near streams Distribution of species: Alaska to Oregon, east and west Cascades to Idaho ...
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Ribes hudsonianum... Western Black Currant
... of stem and leaves taken for colds and stomach problems by the Thompson. Habitat: streambanks, moist woods and margins of meadows in mountains Distribution of species: southern British Columbia to northern California ...
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Ribes lacustre... Prickly Currant
... 9 nodal spines. Berries eaten by the Okanagon, Thompson, Shuswap, Yakama, and Montana Indian. Habitat: moist woods and streambanks to forest slopes and subalpine ridges Distribution of species: southern Alaska to California ...
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Viburnum edule... High-Bush Cranberry
... High-Bush Cranberry Family: Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle family) Photo taken in upper Icicle River Canyon, moist shaded woods 2001 Thayne Tuason Flowers: inflorescence small, generally 1 to 2.5 cm ... tall; bark brown and peeling. Berries eaten by the Okanagan-Colville and Thompson. Habitat: moist woods and swamps Distribution of species: boreal American species, from Alaska south to northern Oregon, ...
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Viburnum opulus... Cranberry Tree
... Tree, Highbush Cranberry Family: Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle family) Photo taken at Leavenworth Fish Hatchery, shaded woods near river (20 meters away) 2001 Thayne Tuason Flowers: outer flowers of the ... The berries were eaten raw or made into a jelly by the Shuswap. Habitat: moist woods Distribution of species: circumboreal Distribution of genus: more or less 200 species: northern temperate ...
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Maianthemum racemosa
... to 90 cm tall. Berries eaten by the Thompson, Okanagan, and the Upper Skagit. Habitat: moist woods and streambanks to open forests and slopes, sea level to middle elevations Distribution of species ...
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Maianthemum stellatum... False Solomon's Seal
... to 70 cm tall. Traditionally the berries were eaten by the Okanagon and Thompson. Habitat: moist woods and streambanks to rocky, well drained and often exposed hillsides Distribution of species: Alaska to ...
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Athyrium felix-femina... Lady Fern
... : Dryopteridaceae [Polypodiaceae] (Wood Fern family) Photo taken at upper Icicle Canyon, in moist shaded woods Sori: indusium present, though usually small and soon dediduous, oblong or J-shaped; ... , peeled, and eaten by western WA groups- Quileute, Quinault, and coastal Salish. Habitat: moist woods, meadows and swamps, lowlands to middle elevations Distribution of species: circumboreal, from Alaska ...
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Picea engelmannii... Engelmann Spruce
... Spruce Picea engelmannii Engelmann Spruce Family: Pinaceae (Pine family) Photo taken near Fish Lake, open woods, greater than 20 year old burned area Flowers: Fruit: cones 4 to 5 cm long ... roots shredded, pounded, and used to make cord by the Hoh and Quileute. Habitat: cool, moist, mixed conifer and subalpine forest Distribution of species: British Columbia to California mostly in the ...
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