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Species checklist on Washington State






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Species list, Characteristics, Forest zones of the Cascades, Wetalnd vegetation in Washington
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Species list


Table. Code, scientific name, common name and general indicator value of important species in Washington.
CodeScientific nameCommon nameIndicator value
ABAMAbies amabilisPacific silver firCool
ABGRAbies grandisgrand firwarm, dry
ABLA2Abies lasiocarpasubalpine firvery cold
ABPRAbies proceranoble firCool
ACCIAcer circinatumvine-maplemoist, warm
ACGLAcer glabrumRocky Mt. vine-maplemoist, cool
ACMAAcer macrophyllumbig-leaf maplewarm, wet
ACMIAchillea millefoliumwestern yarrowdry
ACTRAchlys triphyllavanilla leafwidespread, mesic
ACRUActaea rubrabaneberryMoist
ADBIAdenocaulon bicolortrail plantwarm, mesic-dry
ADPEAdiantum pedatummaidenhair fernwet, warm
AGSPAgropyron spicatumbluebunch wheatgrassArid
ALCRAllium crenulatumOlympic onionTalus
ALRUAlnus rubrared alderMoist
ALSIAlnus sinuatamountain alderavalanche chutes
AMALAmelanchier alnifoliaservice berryhot, dry
ANDEAnemone deltoideathree-leaved anemonewidespread
ANLYAnemone lyalliinine-leaved anemonemoist
ANLAAntennaria lanatawooly everlastingdry, high
ARCAAralia californicaCalifornia araliamoist
AQFUAquilegia formosaSitka columbinemoist
ARMEArbutus menziesiimadrono hot, dry
ARNEArctostaphylos nevadensispine-mat manzanita warm, dry
ARUVArctostaphylos uva-ursikinnikinik harsh
ARCA2Arenaria capillarismountain sandwort sandy
ARMA3Armeria macrophyllabigleaf sandwort dry
ARCCArnica cordifoliaheartleaf arnica moist
ARLAArnica latifoliabroadleaf arnica moist
ARTRArtemisia tridentatabig sagebrush arid
ARTR2Artemisia tripartitathreetip sagebrush dry
ARRIArtemisia rigidaStiff sagebrush shallow soil, arid
ASCA3Asarum caudatumwild ginger moist
ASAPAster apigenusalpine aster high
ASLEAster ledophyllusCascades aster dry
ATFIAthyrium filix-feminaladyfern wet, warm
BASABalsamorhiza saggitataarrowleaf balsamroot semi-arid
BEAQBerberis aquifoliumtall Oregon grape widespread
BENEBerberis nervosaOregon grape widespread
BLSPBlechnum spicantdeer fern wet
BRTEBromus tectorumcheatgrass weed, arid land
CABUCalypso bulbosacalypso orchid acid
CAQUCamassia quamashcamas meadows
CASCCampanula scouleriscouler's bluebell
CAAQCarex aquatiluswater sege wet
CANICarex nigricansblack alpine sedge late-snow melt
CAOBCarex obnuptaslough sedge
CASPCarex spectabilisshowy sedge
CAMECassiope mertensianawhite heather acid
CAPACastilleja parviflorasmallflower paintsrush meadows
CEVECeanothus velutinussnowbush ceanothus pioneer
CHNOChamaecyparis nootkatensisAlaska yellow cedar high-elevation
CHMEChimaphila menziesiilittle prince's pine acid
CHUM Chimaphila umbellata prince's pine acid
CHNA Chrysothamnus nauseosus rubber rabbitbrush sagebrush
CIAL Circaea alpina alpine circaea wet, high
CIAR Cirsium arvense Canada thistle
CLUN Clintonia uniflora Queencup beadlily cool, mesic
COLA Coptis laciniata cutleaf goldthread
COMA Corallorhiza maculata coralroot saprophyte
COCA Cornus canadensis bunchberry dogwood cool, mesic
CONU Cornus nuttallii (Pacific) dogwood warm, dry
COST Cornus stolonifera red-osier dogwood swamp
COCO2 Corylus cornuta var. californica California hazel warm, dry
DIFO Dicentra formosa bleeding heart moist
DIHO Disporum hookeri fairybells mesic
DISP Distichlis spicata coastal salt grass saline
DIST Distichlis stricta salt grass saline
DOJE Dodecatheon pulchellum shootingstar moist
DRAU2 Dryopteris austriaca mountain woodfern moist
EMNI Elymus cinereus giant wildrye desert
EMNI Empetrum nigrum black crowberry high, acid
EPAN Epilobium angustifolium fireweed clearcuts
EQAR Equisetum arvense common horsetail weed
EQTE Equisetum telmateia giant horsetail moist
ERAU Erigeron aureus golden fleabane alpine
ERIOG Eriogonum spp. buckwheats
ERIOP Eriophorum spp. cotton grass wet meadow
FEID Festuca idahoensis Idaho fescue steppe
FEVI Festuca viridula green fescue Subalpine
FRAGA Fragaria spp. strawberry dry
GAOR Galium oreganum Oregon bedstraw
GATR Galium triflorum sweetscented bedstraw mesic
GAOV Gaultheria ovatifolia wintergreen acid
GASH Gaultheria shallon salal warm, dry, acid
GOOB Goodyera oblongifolia rattlesnake plantain acid
GYDR Gymnocarpium dryopteris oak fern wet
HELA Heracleum lanatum common cowparsnip moist
HIAL Hieracium albiflorum white hawkweed warm, dry
HODI Holodiscus discolor creambush oceanspray hot, dry
HYMO Hypopitys monotropa pinesap cool
HYTE Hydrophyllum tenuipes Pacific waterleaf wet
IRTE Iris tenax Oregon iris warm
JUCO4 Juniperus communis common juniper harsh
KOCR Koeleria cristata prairie junegrass sandy
LAMU Lactuca muralis wall lettuce warm, moist
LALY Larix lyallii subalpine larch alpine, moist
LAOC Larix occidentalis western larch fire
LAPO Lathyrus polyphyllus leafy peavine warm, dry
LEGR Ledum groenlandicum Labrador tea acid swamp
LIBO Linnaea borealis twinflower widespread, mesic
LIBO2 Listera borealis twayblade acid
LOMA Lomatium martindalei few-flowered lomatium dry
LUPE Luetkea pectinata luetkea Subalpine
LULA Lupinus latifolius broadleaf lupine moist
LULE Lupinus lepidus Lyall's lupine subalpine
LYAM Lysichitum americanum skunkcabbage wet
MADI2 Maianthemum dilatatum false lily-of-the-valley moist
MEFE Menziesia ferruginea rusty leaf cool
MILE Mimulus lewisii Lewis monkeyflower Wet
MIBR Mitella brewerii Brewer mitrewort moist, wet
MOSI Montia siberica western springbeauty moist
OECE Oemleria cerasiformis Indian plum warm
OPHO Oplopanax horridum devil's club wet
ORHY Orysopsis hymenoides Indian ricegrass sandy
OSCH Osmorhiza chilensis sweet cicely (mountain) mesic
OXOR Oxalis oregana Oregonn oxalis moist, warm
PAMY Pachistima myrsinites Oregon boxwood Widespread
PERA Pedicularis racemosa sickletop pedicularis
PEDIC Pedicularis spp. louseworts moist
PHAR Phalaris arundinacea reed canary grass marsh
PHDI Phlox diffusa spreading phlox dry, subalpine
PHEM Phyllodoce empetriformis red heather acid, subalpine
PHGL Phyllodoce glanduliflora yellow heather high, moist
PIEN Picea engemannii Engelman spruce Montane
PISI Picea sitchensis Sitka spruce coastal
PIAL Pinus albicaulis whitebark pine high elevations, dry
PICO Pinus contorta lodgepole pine cold, dry
PIMO Pinus monticola western white pine cool
PIPO Pinus ponderosa ponderosa pine dry
POA Poa spp. bluegrass
POCU Poa cusickii Cusick bluegrass subalpine
POSA Poa sandbergii Sandberg's bluegrass sagebrush
POBI Polygonum bistortoies American bistort meadows
POMU Polystichum munitum sward fern mesic, widespread
POTR2 Populus trichocarpa black cottonwood moist (or cold)
POFR Potentilla fruiticosa shrubby cinquefoil widespread
POGR Potentilla gracilis beauty cinquefoil
PSME Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas fir widespread
PTAQ Pteridium aquilinum bracken fern disturbance
PUTR Purshia tridentata bitterbush cool, acid
PYAS Pyrola assarifolia alpine pyrola
PYPI Pyrola picta whitevein pyrola
PYSE Pyrola secunda sidebells pyrola cool to cold
PYROL Pyrola spp. pyrolas
QUGA Quercus garryana Oregon white oak hot, dry, prairie
RHAL Rhododendron albiflorum bigleaf rhododendron cold, wet
RHMA Rhododendron macrophyllum Pacific rhododendron dry, coastal
RHDI Rhus diversiloba poison oak warm, dry
RILA Ribes lacustre prickly currant moist
ROGY Rosa gymnocarpa little baldhip rose mesic, dry
RONU Rosa nuktata Nootka rose
ROWO Rosa woodsii Wood's rose
RULA Rubus lasiococcus dwarf blackberry
RULE Rubus leucodermis whitebark blackberry weedy
RUNI Rubus nevalis snow dewberry
RUPA Rubus parviflorus thimble berry dry, open
RUPE Rubus pedatus five leaf bramble cool forests
RUSP Rubus spectabilis salmonberry moist
RUUR Rubus ursinus trailing blackberry mesic
SAVISalicornia virginicacoastal pickleweed saline
SARASambucus racemosared elderberry moist
SAVESarcobatus vermiculatusblack greasewood alkaline
SAAMSaussurea americanasaussurea Subalpine
SAMESaxifraga mertensianaMertens saxifrage moist
SATDSaxifraga tolmieiTolmie saxifrage subalpine
SIACSilene acaulismoss campion Subalpine
SMRASmilacina racemosafalse Solomon's seal mesic, warm
SMST Smilacina stellata star-flowered Solomon's seal mesic
SOSP Solidago spathulata coast goldenrod
SOSI Sorbus sitchensis Sitka mountain ash cool
SPBE Spiraea betulifolia shineyleaf spirea dry
SPDO Spiraea douglasii hard hack swamps
STCO2 Stachys cooleyi betony wet
STRO Sterptopus amplexicaulis purple twistedstalk
STCO Stipa comata needle and thread dry
SYAL Symphoricarpos albus common snowberry widespread
SYMO Symphoricarpos mollis trailing snowberry warm
TABR Taxus brevifolia Pacific yew warm, +/- dry
THPL Thuja plicata western red cedar widespread
TITR Tiarella trifoliata foam flower moist
TOME Tolmiea menziesii piggy-back plant warm, moist
TORTU Tortula spp. tortulas
TRLA2 Trientalis latifolia starflower mesic
TROV Trillium ovatum white trillium
TSHE Tsuga heterophylla western hemlock widespread
TSME Tsuga mertensiana mountain hemlock cold
VAAL Vaccinium alaskense Alaska huckleberry cool, moist
VAME Vaccinium membranaceus big huckleberry cool
VAOV Vaccinium ovalifolium oval-leaf huckleberry cool, moist
VAOV2 Vaccinium ovatum evergreen huckleberry drier forests
VAPA Vaccinium parvifolium red huckleberry widespread
VASC Vaccinium scoparium grouse huckleberry cool, dry
VASI Valeriana sitchensis Sitka valerian moist
VAHE Vancouveria hexandra inside-out flower moist, mesic
VEVIVeratrum virideAmerican false hellebore moist
VICIAVicia spp.vetch dry, warm
VIGLViola glabellawood violet moist
VISEViola sempervirensredwoods violet mesic
XETEXerophyllum tenaxcommon beargrass cool, dry

Ecological properties of common species in Washington


Ecological properties (Summary)

Tolerance ranges for moisture, shade conditions and successional status are estimates for the normal range of the species.

Moisture

D=dry; M=mesic; F=Fresh; H=wet to hydric

Elevation

L=lowland (< 2000 ft west of Cascades, 3000 ft east of Cascades); M=mid-elevations, montane; H=subalpine to alpine)

Shade Tolerance

H=high, grows well in shade (tolerant); M=moderate, grows well in partial shade, open forests; L=low, grows best in full sunlight (intolerant)

Successional status

P=able to pioneer newly available habitats; S=grows best before dominant species fully develop; C=climax, reproductive in mature vegetation

Nitrogen status (Nut)

R=N-rich soils; M=N-medium soils; P=N-poor soils.


Species Moisture Elevation Shade Succession Nut Comments
XDMFH LMH HML PSC R/P
Trees
Abies amabilis xx xx xxx xx Zonal climax dominant
Abies grandis xxx xx x xx Scattered on Puget Sound
Abies lasiocarpa xxx x xx xx PPersists once established
Abies procera xx xx xx x Mid-elevation seral
Acer circinatum xxx xx xx xx R
Acer macrophyllum xx xx x xx Sprouts
Alnus rubra xxxx xx xx xx RPast fire, clearcuts
Arbutus menziesii xxx xx MSadny bluffs
Betula papyrifera xxxx xx River bottoms
Chamaecyparis nootkatensis xx xx xxxM Low elevations in cold sites
Chrysolepis chyrsophuylla xxxx x xxx Rare in Washington
Cornus nuttallii xxxx xxx Forest margins/gaps
Fraxinus latifolia xxx xxx Wet lowlands
Larix lyallii xxx xxx Timberlines
Larix occidentalis xxxx xx xxx Fire response species
Picea engemannii xxxx x xxxx Moist valleys/timber lines
Picea sitchensis xxx xxxx Zonal dominant
Pinus albicaulis xxx xxx Dry timberline
Pinus contorta var. contorta xx- - x xx Exposed sites/bogs
Pinus contorta var. latifolia xxxxx xx xxxP Fire response
Pinus monticola xxxxx x xxxx Near bogs/open slopes
Pinus ponderosa xxxx xxxM Zonal dominant
Populus tremuloides xxxx xxM Seeds/wet spots
Populus balsaminifera xxxx xxxxM Bottomlands
Prurus emarginata xxxxx xxxR Margins & gaps
Pseudotsuga menziesii xxxx x xxxx Zonal dominant
Quercus garryana xxx xxxPrairies/valleys
Taxus brevifolia xxxx x xxxx Shrub/tree
Thuja plicata xxxxx xxxM Swamps/uplands
Tsuga heterophylla xxxxx x xxx Zonal dominant
Tsuga mertensiana xxxx x xxx Zonal dominant
Shrubs
Alnus sinuata xxxx xxxM Avalanche chutes
Amelanchier alnifolia xxxx x xxM Open forests
Arctostaphylos uva-ursi xxxxx xx x xxxP Excellent ground cover
Berberis (Mahonia) aquifolia xxxx xxxxM Ornamental
Berberis nervosa xxxx x xxxxM Sub-dominant
Berberis repens xxxx xxxxx East Cascades
Cassiope mertensiana xxxx xxxP Acid soils/dominant
Ceanothus velutinus xxxx x xxxxM N-fixer: Fire response
Chimaphila umbellata xxxx x xxxP Saprophytic
Cornus stolonifera xxxx xxxR Riparian/wetlands
Corylus cornuta xxxx xxxxR Ornamental
Gaultheria shallon xxxx x xxxxxP Co-dominant
Grindelia integrifolia xxx xxP Salt tolerant; dunes
Holodiscus discolor xxxx x xxxxM Open forests
Juniperus communis xx xx x xxxxM Mat-forming
Kalmia occidentalis xxxx xxP Bogs & swamps
Ledum groenlandicum xxx xx xxxP Bogs
Linnaea borealis xxxx x xxxM Dominant understory
Lonicera ciliosa xxx xxM Vine in conifers
Lonicera involucrata xxxx x xxxxR Often riparian
Menziesia ferruginea xxxx xxxP Often in peats
Oemleria cerasiformis xxxx xxxR Deciduous forests
Oplopanax horridum xxxxx x xxxxR Seeps/springs
Pachistima myrsinites xxxx x xxxxP Co-dominant
Philadelphus lewisii xxxx x xxxM Rocky soils
Phyllodoce empetriformis xxxxx x xxxxP Acid soils/dominant
Phyllodoce glanduliflora xx x xxxM Alpine acid soils
Physocarpus capitatus xxxx xxM Forest edges/brush
Prunus emarginata xxxx x xxxM Short-lived in forest
Rhamnus purshiana xxxx xxxR Understory dominant
Rhododendron albiflorum xx x xxxP Understory dominant
Rhododendron macrophyllum xxx xxxP Dominant in NE Olympics
Rhus diversiloba xxx xxx Skin irritant
Ribes bracteosum xxxx x xxxR Drier riparian zones
Ribes lacustre xxxx x xxxR Moist woods
Ribes sanguineum xxxx x xxxM Ornamental
Rosa gymnocarpa xxx xxxM Brush/rocky sites
Rosa nuktata xxxxx x xxxxR Reclamation
Rosa woodsii xx x xxx East Cascades
Rubus parviflorus xxxxx xx xxx Montane meadows
Rubus spectabilis xxxx x xxxxR Wet forests/swamps
Salix hookeriana xxxx x xxxxM Wetlands
Salix lasiandra xxxx xxxxM Wetlands
Salix scouleriana xxxx x xxxM Facultative
Sambucus racemosa xxx xxxR Co-dominant
Sorbus sitchensis xx xx xxxxP Subalpine forests
Spiraea betulifolia xx xx xxxM Open/rocky sites
Spiraea douglasii xxxx xxxM Bogs, stream sides
Symphoricarpos albus xxxxx x xxxxR Reclamation
Vaccinium alaskense xxxx xxxxP Acid soils
Vaccinium membranaceus xx xx x xx PAcid soils
Vaccinium ovatum xxx xxxxP Drier forests
Vaccinium parvifolium xxxxx xxxxxP Often on stumps
Viburunum edule xx xxxxR
Lower plants
Adiantum pedatum xxxxx xx xxxR Often in seeps
Aspidotis densa xx xx xxxP In rocks
Athyrium filix-femina xxxx x xxxxM Often in wetlands
Blechnum spicant xxxx xx xxxP Sub-dominant/conifers
Crytogramma crispa xxxx x xxxP In rocks
Dryopteris austriaca xxxx xxM Often rotten logs
Equisetum hymenale xxxx x xxxxR Marshy sites
Equisetum telmateia xxxx xxxR
Gymnocarpium dryopteris xxxx x xxxR
Polypodium glycyrhiza xxxxx xx Usually epiphytic
Polystichum munitum xxxx x xxxxR Understory dominant
Pteridium aquilinum xxxx x xxx Disturbed/open sites
Graminoids
Agrypyron spicatum xxxx x xxxxR/P Steppe/serpentine
Agrostis diegoensis xx xx xxxxM High dry meadows
Carex aquatilus xxx x xxxxM Emergent wetlands
Carex geyeri xx xx xxxxM Dry forest understory
Carex mertensiana xx x xxxxM Dry meadows
Carex nigricans xx x xxxM Late snow melt
Carex obnupta xxx x xxxR Swamps; marshes
Carex spectabilis xx xx xxM Often dominant
Elymus cinereus xxxx xxxMildly saline sites
Eriophorum agustifolium x xx xxx High wet medows
Glyceria spp. xxx x xxxxM Forested wetlands
Poa cusickii xxxx xxxP Subalpine meadows
Poa curtifolia xx xx xxxP Serpentine endemic
Other monocotyledonae
Allium cernuum xxxx xx xxxM Widely distributed
Allium crenulatum xxxx x xxP Talus/scree
Calypso bulbosa xxxx x xxM Acid soil
Camassia quamash xxxx x xxxR Prairies; steppe
Clintonia uniflora xx xx xxxP Open dry forests
Coralorhiza spp. (Coral root) xx xx xxP Saprophytic
Disporum smithii xxXx x xxxxR Usually moist forest
Erythronium grandiflorum xxxxx xxxM Drier slopes to treeline
Erythronium montanum xx x xxxxM Subalpine meadows
Fritillaria lanceolata xxxx x xxxxP Prairies/rocks
Goodyera oblongifolia xxxxx x xxxxP Deep litter
Lilium columbianum xxxx xx xxxM Often disturbed
Listera spp. xxxxx xx xxx var. varied
Lysichitum americanum xxx xxxR Swamps/bogs
Maianthemum dilatatum xxxx x xxxxR Dominates patches
Sisyrinchium douglasii xxxx xx xxxxM Spring-wet sites
Smilacina racemosa xxxx x xxxR Mesic forests
Sterptopus amplexicaulis xxxx xx xxxxR Moist woods/streams
Trillium ovatum xxxx xxxxR Early flowering
Veratrum viride xx xx xxxR Meadows
Xerophyllum tenax xxxx xxxM Dominant understory
Zigadenus venenosus xxxx xxxM Prairies/steppes
Other dicotyledonae
Achlys triphylla xxxx x xxxR Open conifer forests
Aconitum columbianum xxx xxx Meadows/late melt
Aquilegia formosa xx xx xxxxR Seeps/high meadows
Arenaria capillaris xxxx xxxP Fellfields/meadows
Armeria macrophylla xxx xxxM Open forests
Armeria maritima xxx xxxP Bluffs and dunes
Asarum caudatum xxxx x xxxR Dense forests
Caltha leptosepala xxx xxxxR Bogs, marshes
Campanula rotundifolia xxxx xxxM Subalpine meadows
Castilleja miniata xxxxx xxxP Semi-parasitic
Cornus unalaschkensis xxxx x xxxP Can be dominant
Corydalis scouleri xxx xxxxR Moist forests
Delphinium glarosum xxxx xxxxM Drier meadows
Dicentra formosa xxxx xxxR Tends to ruderal
Dodecatheon pulchellum xxx xx xxxR Seasonally wet
Douglasia laevigata xxxx xx xxxP Coastal bluffs/subalpi e
Douglasia nivalis xxx xx xxxP Open slopes
Dryas octopetalla xxx xxP Alpine (N-fixer)
Epilobium angustifolium xxxx xx xxR Strong invader
Fragaria vesca xxxx x xxxxM Dunes
Galium triflorum xxxx x xxxxR Disturbed forests
Heracleum lanatum xxx xxxR Meadows
Lathyrus polyphyllus xxxx xxR Woods/prairies
Linnaea borealis xxxxx xx xxxMay dominate
Lomatium martindalei xxxx xxP Talus/trampled sites
Luetkea pectinata xxxxx x xxxM Snow/talus/mudflows
Lupinus latifolius xxxx xxxP Subalpine meadows
Lupinus lepidus xxxx x xxxP Subalpine/alpine sites
Lupinus polyphyllus xxxx xxM Montane meadows
Mimulus lewisii xxx xxx Stream margins
Mittella brewerii xxxx xxxR Stream margins
Montia siberica xxxx xxM Ruderal
Oxalis oregana xxx xxxM Dominant understory
Pedicularis spp. xxx xx x xxxxP Five common species
Phlox diffusa xxxx xxxFellfields
Polygonum bistortoies xxxx xxxM Moist meadows
Polygonum newberryi xxxx x xxxP
Potentilla glandulosa xx xx xxxM
Pterospora andromeda xx xx xxxxM Saprophyte
Pyrola secunda xx xx xxxxP Dominant
Rubus lasiococcus xxxx x xxxM Conifers
Rubus pedatus x x xxP
Rubus ursinus xxxx xxxM Disturbed sites
Saxifraga tolmiei xxxx xxxM Rocky sites
Sedum spp. xxxx xx x xxxP Several species
Silene acaulis xxxx x xxxP Alpine meadows
Spraugea umbellata xxxx xxxP Colonist
Tellima grandiflora xxxx xxxR Disturbed sites
Thalictrum occidentale xxxx x xxxxR Moist forests
Tiarella trifoliata xxxx x xxxR Open forests
Tolmiea menziesii xxxx xxxR Deciduous forests
Trientalis latifolia xxxx xxM Coniferous forests
Valeriana sitchensis xxx xxxR Meadows
Viola glabella xxxx xx xxxR Moist woods
Viola sempervirens xxxx x xxxxM Creeper/moist woods
Asteraceae
Achillea millefolium xxxxx xx xxxM Disturbances
Adenocaulon bicolor xxxx x xxxR Open forests/trails
Anaphalis margaritacea xxxx xx xxxP Ruderal/clearcuts
Antennaria lanata xxx x xxxP Late snow melt
Arnica apigenus x xx xxM
Aster apigenus xx xx xxxM Lush meadows
Balsamorhiza saggitata xx x xxxxForest edge/steppe
Cirsium edule xxxxx xxxP Open forests
Erigeron aureus xx x xxP Alpine meadows
Erigeron peregrinus xxxxx xxxR Subalpine meadows
Petasites frigidus xxx x xxx Ephemeral wet areas
Senecio triangularis xx xx x xx Streamsides
Solidago spathulata x x x x PCoastal dune
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