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Extensions of the distribution of southern plants in the region of lake st paul nicolet county quebec canada


, : Extensions of the distribution of southern plants in the region of lake st paul nicolet county quebec canada. Naturaliste Canadien (Quebec) 104(5): 487-490

The northern limits of distribution are extended for the following species: Celtis occidentalis, Decodon verticillatus, Justicia americana, Polygonum hydropiperoides, Saururus cernuus, Scirpus torreyi and Staphylea trifolia. Proserpinaca palustris was observed near the northern shore of Lake Saint Paul [Canada], which is only the 8th locality in which this species has been found in Quebec [Canada].

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