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The vascular flora of the glaciated allegheny plateau region of ohio usa


, : The vascular flora of the glaciated allegheny plateau region of ohio usa. Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey 8(1): I-VIII, 1-191

The flora of the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau region of Ohio encompasses all of seven and parts of 16 counties. The vascular flora of the region includes 2002 species and 27 interspecific hybrids, belonging to 706 genera and 148 families. Approximately 72% of the taxa are native and 28% are alien. Information concerning frequency, habitat, and distribution of each taxon is presented as known in 1988. One hundred and fifty-one taxa are, in Ohio, more or less confined to the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau region. Of these, definitive taxa of this phytogeographical region, 50% are confined to wetlands, especially peatlands. Another 18% are confined to hemlock-white pine-hardwood forests, and 7% occur on eroding slopes found where post-Pleistocene streams cut through lacustrine deposits and shales. The remaining 25% of these definitive taxa grow in a variety of forested communities. Eighteen types of plant communities are described. Three of these.sbd.semi-ombrotrophic bogs, boggy forests, and hemlock-white pine-hardwood forests-are restricted, in Ohio to this phytogeographical region. The introductory section of this text briefly describes the climate, topography, bedrock and glacial geology, and vegetation of the Glaciated Allegheny Plateau region.

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