Plant response to thinning and fencing in a hydric hammock and cypress pond in central Florida
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1976 - Cypress - 7 pages
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1/10-ha thinned exclosure 4-year period Acer rubrum Alabama supplejack Berchemia Baccharis halimifolia bayberry Myrica cerifera Blackberry Rubus betulifolius Bullace grape Muscadinia Coverage Utilization Plots Coverage Utilization Species cypress pond exclosure Dahoon holly Ilex eastern baccharis Fetterbush lyonia Lyonia flatwoods grape Muscadinia munsoniana greenbrier Smilax laurifolia holly Ilex cassine hydric hammock increase Laurel greenbrier Smilax Liquidambar Lyonia lucida Bartr lyonia Lyonia lucida March 1965 March March 1966 Differ Muscadinia munsoniana Simpson number of woody nutans Ait Persea plants by deer plants receiving Poison ivy Pondcypress Taxodium distichum red maple Rhus radicans Rubus betulifolius Small Sarg slash pine Southern bayberry Myrica Species March 19631 square meter coverage Stems Coverage Utilization Stiffcornel dogwood Cornus supplejack Berchemia scandens sweetgum thinned plot Ulmus americana understory woody plants Unfenced and unthinned unfenced plot unthinned plots utilization by deer utilization of woody Utilization Species March Vaccinium Viburnum obovatum Walt viburnum Viburnum obovatum Water oak woody stems decreased