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Ecological aspects of Arethusa bulbosa, Calopogon tuberosus and Pogonia ophioglossoides (Orchidaceae) in eastern Newfoundland. II. Partitioning of the microhabitat



Ecological aspects of Arethusa bulbosa, Calopogon tuberosus and Pogonia ophioglossoides (Orchidaceae) in eastern Newfoundland. II. Partitioning of the microhabitat



Rhodora 94(880): 374-380



The distributions of 3 sympatric species of peatland orchids at study sites in Newfoundland reflected differences in hydrology and microtopography, indicating microhabitat partitioning.

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