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Extension of the area of distribution of juglans cinerea new record in quebec canada

, : Extension of the area of distribution of juglans cinerea new record in quebec canada. Naturaliste Canadien (Quebec) 102(3): 371-372

In the summer of 1972 some walnut trees were encountered in an alluvial hollow of the Saint-Maurice river, Quebec, Canada. This black ash grove is dominated by black ash (Fraxinus nigra Marsh.) accompanied by some American elms (Ulmus americana L.). It is distinguished by the presence of the ash-gray walnut (J. cinerea) in the lower arborescent stage. Twenty-six shrubs and herbaceous plants found in this location are enumerated. This appears to be the northernmost point of the walnut tree's range.

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