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Vascular plants of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington

Nelsa M Buckingham

Vascular plants of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington

(a catalog)

by Nelsa M Buckingham

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Published by [Dept. of the Interior], National Park Service in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    May 1979

    Statementby Nelsa M. Buckingham and Edward L. Tisch, National Park Service, Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington
    SeriesUW/CPSU report ; B-79-2
    ContributionsTisch, Edward L., joint author, University of Washington. College of Forest Resources, United States. National Park Service, Cooperative Park Studies Unit (Seattle, Wash.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 74 p. ;
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13603310M


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Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible : Nelsea M Buckingham. ISBN: Géneros: PST:Botany & plant sciencesSinopsis: Excerpt from Vascular Plants of the Olympic Peninsula, WashingtonAppreciation is expressed to the authors who, though busy people, have invested countless unpaid hours in work, travel, and study to assemble the data which they now share in this the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands.

From massive conifers over 20 stories tall, to minute clumps of pink Douglasia prying a life out of rocky peaks, the Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park boast an amazing diversity of plant life.

Over 1, types of vascular plants grow on the Peninsula, nearly the same number as the British Isles—an area 30 times larger. About the Olympic Peninsula Chapter Checker lily (Fritillaria affinis) in Kah Tai Prairie by Dixie Llewellin.

Our vascular plant flora includes over species or about 40% of the species that occur in the state of Washington.

Over are listed as rare by the Washington State Natural Heritage Program and 9 are endemic to the Olympic Peninsula.

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The Olympic Onion (Allium crenulatum) is a Monocotyledon. It is important to our park because this is the only park that has this type of plant. These plants are found in the NorthEast park of the United States. It is important to the ecosystem because they are a food source to many animals in the food web.

People also eat these for cooking. Vascular Plants of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington (Classic Reprint): Buckingham, Nelsea M: Books - or: Nelsea M Buckingham.

Vascular Plants Washington Vascular Plant Species of Special Concern List (PDF, Excel) - Rare vascular plant species that are tracked by the Washington Natural Heritage Program, including ranks and statuses. Vascular Review Group 1 and Review Group 2 Lists (PDF, Excel) - Species for which our current information is insufficient to evaluate conservation status (R1).

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Tisch. Additions to the native vascular. Over 1, types of vascular plants grow on the Peninsula, nearly the same number as the British Isles—an area 30 times larger. In addition, hundreds of species of non-vascular mosses, liverworts and hornworts also live here.

Olympic also hosts a wide array of wildflowers throughout its elevations making it one of the world's most diverse. Vascular Plants of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. National Park Service and Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington.

UW/CPSU Report B 2 days ago  Vascular plants of west-central Montana: Identification guide book. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, Ogden. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, Ogden. Over 1, vascular plant species have been identified, and estimates of non-vascular and fungal species could more than double this number for total plant species in the North Cascades.

Some of these plants are threatened or endangered, and changes such as air pollution and global warming might affect their survival. Books > Nonfiction. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab.

Add to Watchlist | This item is out of stock. Picture Information. The WTU Image Collection provides a comprehensive online collection of photographs and information for the vascular plants, fungi, and lichenized fungi of Washington state.

Burke Herbarium Image Collection chiefly on the east side of the Olympic Peninsula. Washington to Oregon. Habitat: Rocky balds and forest openings from low to moderate. We compared the invasibility of riparian plant communities high on river banks with those on floodplain floors for four South African rivers.

Analyses of abundant and significant riparian species showed that the floors have times more exotic plants than the banks. The percent exotics ranges from 5% to 11% of total species richness for the banks, and from 20% to 30% for the floors.

The WTU Image Collection provides a comprehensive online collection of photographs and information for the vascular plants, fungi, and lichenized fungi of Washington state.

Burke Herbarium Image Collection. Vascular Plants, Macrofungi, & Lichenized Fungi of Washington common whipplea Distribution: Occurring on the Olympic Peninsula in. One of the most charming small towns in Washington State, Port Townsend is a Victorian seaport town set on the northeastern tip of the Olympic Peninsula.

Surrounded by water and soaring jagged mountains, it was named one of America’s Best Small Towns by Fodor’s Travel Guides and even earned the distinction as the “City of Dreams” when. Plants ordered online can be picked up year-round by appointment between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on weekdays. More information, including dates and locations of off-site plant sales, can be found on the nursery’s website, Chimacum Woods If you’re heading west to the Olympic Peninsula from the Kingston or Bainbridge Island.

Summary not available for this title. Record Details Catalog Search. About the Olympic Peninsula Chapter Checker lily (Fritillaria affinis) in Kah Tai Prairie by Dixie Llewellin.

Our vascular plant flora includes over species or about 40% of the species that occur in the state of Washington. Over are listed as rare by the Washington State Natural Heritage Program and 9 are endemic to the Olympic Peninsula. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Vascular plants of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: (a catalog) in SearchWorks catalog. 12 Fascinating Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Olympic National Park. The Olympic National Park is a magical place to explore. Between the Olympic Mountains, temperate rainforests, and rocky Pacific coastline, it’s almost like experiencing three different parks all in one.

The collaboration of Ed, Nelsa, and Buck led to publication of Vascular Plants of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: A Catalog in (published by the National Park Service University of Washington Cooperative Park Studies Unit, College of Forest Resources, Seattle), and later, a list of or so native plants not previously known to occur.

Of the endemic vascular plants so far recorded there are 10 species and varieties in 9 genera and 7 families but no endemic genera. References. Buckingham, N. Flora of the Olympic Peninsula. Pacific Northwest Naturalist. Reagon, A. The flora of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington.

Iowa Academy of Science. This online guide is an adaptation of our Field Guide to the Rare Plants of Washington, which was published in with the intent to aid amateur and professional botanists in the identification of our state's rare plant species.

With the inclusion of descriptions from an earlier version of the guide, this online source now includes vascular plants, 16 mosses and one. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The WTU Image Collection provides a comprehensive online collection of photographs and information for the vascular plants, fungi, and lichenized fungi of Occurring west of the Cascades crest in Washington, chiefly on the east side of the Olympic Peninsula.

Washington to Oregon. Habitat: Rocky balds and forest openings from low to. The Dungeness River Audubon Center has been a unique educational and interpretive center for the North Olympic Peninsula since We aim to create safe, invigorating, and inspiring experiences for visitors of all ages and abilities.

The Center is a (c)(3) nonprofit and donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law. From Seattle, you have two choices to get to the Olympic Peninsula. Either take the Bainbridge Ferry, cutting off an hour or so of travel time, or drive south through ferry is the faster, and more exciting route, but it does cost $ per standard car, as well as $ per person.

Author of Flora of Illinois, An annotated bibliography of Mexican ferns, A botanical survey of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington, The flowering plants and ferns of Mount Rainier, The moss flora of southeastern Washington and adjacent Idaho, A monograph of the North American grimmiales, Taxonomy of American species of linden (Tilia), Vascular plants of Illinois.

This means that they do not have water transport unlike vascular plants which do. Spotted with black spots on its bulbs. The Tiger Lily is found in mid-July in the wooded areas of the park.

It is unique to Olympic National park because it is mainly found in the mountains in the park located in Washington. Marymere Falls is located miles from the Storm King Ranger Station at Lake Crescent. The falls drop over 80' down Falls Creek to its confluence with Barnes Creek, which continues a short distance into Lake n Falls is located just off Olympic Hot Springs Road in the Elwha River Valley.

Madison Falls drop 45' into a small pool, and continue into the Elwha River just over the road. Viola flettii is a species of violet known by the common name Olympic violet. Native to the northeastern and eastern Olympic Mountains of Washington in northwestern United States, it occurs on rocky outcrops and talus at subalpine and alpine elevations, i.e., from 1,–2, metres (4,–6, ft), and blooms from June through August.

This rhizomatous herb produces a hairless stem.Over different species of birds have been identified in Olympic National Park. 1, different species of vascular plants, hundreds of mosses and non-vascular plants, 73 different species of mammals, 13 amphibians, 4 species of reptiles, 40 species of fish and more than a few insects reside in Olympic.

The vascular plants of Massachusetts: A county checklist, first revision. Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Westborough. Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Westborough.