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Analysis of Longleaf Pine Sandhill Vegetation in Northwest Florida
Author(s): H. LeRoy Rodgers and Louis Provencher
Article Topic(s): Community level survey, Disturbance, Floristics, Succession
Research Setting(s): Longleaf pine, Sandhill
AbstractDensity of vascular plants in different longleaf pine understory communities were compared in this study. Ageratina aromatica density was greater in burned wiregrass communities than in burned sites dominated by Andropogon or in unburned sites. Hypericum tetrapetalum was found more commonly in burned, wiregrass dominated, xeric depressions.
Suggested CitationH. LeRoy Rodgers and Louis Provencher. "Analysis of Longleaf Pine Sandhill Vegetation in Northwest Florida." Castanea 64.2 (1999): 138-162.