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4000 feet elevation Aiternate Alaska Alaska south Arnica latifolia basal leaves berry British Columbia bumblebee bumblebee pollinated Cascades and Olympics Chimaphila menziesii Coast Ranges conifer forests deciduous deep snowpack Description disperse the seeds drier ecozones driest dry sites east elliptic Ericaceae Ericaceae Heath Family Erythronium montanum evergreen feet in height Fir Zone flowering stalk flowering stem Flowers June fronds Fruits mature August Fruits mature July Habitat and Distribution hairs hairy high elevations HUCKLEBERRY Vaccinium inches tall inconspicuous indicator species July through September July to September June through August leaf axils leaflets leathery lobes Low-growing perennial herb Lupinus latifolius mammals which disperse mesic midvein montane Occurs throughout Olympic Mountains Olympics and Coast ovate Oxalis Oxalis oregana petals pink pinnately PRINCE'S PINE Chimaphila rhizomes Rosa gymnocarpa Rubus pedatus shiny Showy siender siightly Silver Fir SINGLE-LEAVED Small capsule stalks from leaf Subalpine Fir subshrub throughout the area TWISTED-STALK Streptopus urn-shaped wetter ecozones Widespread
Page 8 - For example, in the area defined as ecozone 1 0, the Silver Fir Zone is first encountered on modal sites, at about 2700 feet on northeast aspects and at about 3200 feet on southwest aspects.