Rosa palustris Marshall
Clint Pogue CP158
United States, Michigan, Oakland, Buckhorn Lake Fen
Large north-south fen; multiple ownser; many arms; large expanses of Carex stricta. Fen elongated and amoeboid with many small armas and large amounts of edge. Oak uplands often inserted intro prairie fen as peninsulas. Oftern large amounts of open water due to beaver flooding. Asjacent to railroad that runs the entire length of the fen. Shrub encroached area dominated by Carex stricta. Phragmites australis starting to invade to the north of quadrat. Common shrubs include Rhamnus alnifolia, Cornus foemina, Toxicodendron vernix, and Salix spp. Herbaceous layer includes Pycnanthemum virginicum, Scutellaria galericulata, Thelypteris palustris and Symphyotrichum puniceum.
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