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Macroscopic identification key of 36 sphagnum species in eastern Canada
|Other titles||Macroscopic identification key of thirty-six sphagnum species in eastern Canada|
|Statement||Denis-F. Bastien, Michelle Garneau.|
|Series||Miscellaneous report / Geological Survey of Canada ;, 61, Miscellaneous report (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 61.|
|Contributions||Garneau, Michelle, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A44 no. 61|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||2003446704|
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Get this from a library. Macroscopic identification key of 36 sphagnum species in eastern Canada. [Denis-F Bastien; Geological Survey of Canada.]. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Macroscopic identification key of 36 sphagnum species in eastern Canada by Denis-F Bastien,Geological Survey of Canada edition, in EnglishPages: A protocol for plant macrofossil analysis of peat deposits.
Identification Key of 36 Sphagnum Species in. Eastern Canada. Geological Survey of Canada. This genus can be quite difficult to identify in the field, and many species can only be reliably separated with a microscope. The Sphagnum flora by Bouwman contains a good field key (in Dutch).The online BBS field guide also has a good key.
1. Bastien, D-F, Garneau, M () Macroscopic identification key of 36 Sphagnum species in eastern Canada. Geological Survey of Canada Miscellaneous Report Cited by: I know that Sphagnum identification is difficult but the students found the random access key to 27 species very easy to use.
It is much easier to use the key in the lab with a dissecting microscope and some dissecting tools than in the field. However the photographs are useful and the species descriptions are very by: Guide to Sphagnum Key to British Species Page 3 of 5.
Section: Sphagnum Colouration Green Red S magellancium Browny, in isolated tight Long branches small hummocks S. austinii Big and Chunky: S. palustre S. papillosum Long branches Shorter branches Small: S.
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The key uses a suite of macroscopic Author: Robert Wallis. Classification Criteria of Sphagnum Species: Classification of sphagna takes experience, and is sometimes impossible without the aid of a microscope.
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Photosynthetic traits of Sphagnum and feather moss species in undrained, drained and rewetted boreal spruce swamp forests Laura Kangas1,2,*, Liisa Maanavilja1,*, TomasHajek3, Eija Juurola1,4, Rodney A.
Chimner2, Lauri Meht€atalo 5,6 & Eeva-Stiina Tuittila1,5 1Peatland Ecology Group, Department of Forest Sciences, University of Helsinki, P. Helsinki. Key to Irish species of Sphagnum. 1 Branch leaves ovate, hooded at tip – if not certain check the cortex – should be > 33% of the stem A- SPHAGNUM - Branch leaves acute, pointed or eroded 2 2 Stem leaves tiny ± invisible B- RIGIDA - Stem leaves clearly bigger 3 3 Branch leaves at branch ends squarrose (bent back almost at right angles) C.Key identification features are indicated for each species.
Because some species are difficult to identify, always check with local experts for positive identification. Simple stewardship actions are offered for preventing, reporting, and removing Invasive Alien Species. For plant and fish species, suggestions of native alternatives are Size: 5MB.Split page, species info on the left, room for notes on the right.
Species info will be truncated to fit on the page.