Cindy's list sandy island, nh, 09,10,11,12
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PLANT LIST
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Sandy Island, Lake Winnipesaukee, NH 8/22/09, 8/20/10, 8/16/11, 8/15/12
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N: native, I: introducedAbundance: 1=rare…4=very common
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2012: mosr herbaceous species missing, possibly eaten by the 7 deer now on island; in 2009 deer population = 3.
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Abundance
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Area 1, East Shore, N of lodgeN/I09101112Notes
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TREES
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Acer pensylvanicumStriped MapleN2222
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Acer rubrumRed MapleN2222
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Betula papyriferaPaper BirchN3333
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Betula populifoliaGray BirchN2222
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Fagus grandifoliaAmerican BeechN3333
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Fraxinus americanaWhite AshN22221 spec. next to C #10, north side
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Nyssa sylvaticaBlack GumN2222
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Ostrya virginianaHop HornbeamN11111 spec. next to C #10, north side
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Pinus resinosaRed Pine, Norway PineN2222
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Pinus strobusEastern White PineN4444
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Quercus albaWhite OakN1111
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Quercus rubraRed OakN2333
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Tsuga canadensisEastern HemlockN3333
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SHRUBS
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Berberis thunbergiiJapanese BarberryI2222INVASIVE
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Gaylussacia baccataBlack HuckleberryN2333
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Hamamelis virginianaWitch-hazelN2?1110: cut down, 11: a few sprouts
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Salix myricoidesBlueleaf-willowN11in front of C #10, on shore
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Vaccinium angustifoliumCommon Lowbush BlueberryN233
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Vaccinium pallidumLowbush BlueberryN222
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HERBACEOUS PLANTS
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Aster divaricatusWhite Wood-asterN444blooming(09), few blooming(10)
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Aster ericoides (sp?)Many-flowered AsterN222
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Equisetum arvenseCommon HorsetailN3332
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Lobelia inflataIndian-tobaccoN2
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Maianthemum canadenseCanada MayflowerN3333
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Onoclea sensibilisSensitive FernN444
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Pteridium aquilinumBrackenN2
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Solidago bicolorSilverrod, White GoldenrodN322blooming(09), not blooming(10,11)
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Solidago canadensisCanada GoldenrodN2
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Solidago junceaEarly GoldenrodN322blooming(09), not blooming(10,11)
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Trientalis borealisStarflowerN2
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Area 1A, Marsh (2009: OW, 2010: dry, 2011, wet )
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Acer rubrumRed MapleN2222
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Betula nigraRiver Birch2222near lav
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Carex lupulinaHop-sedgeN2344
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Equisetum arvenseCommon HorsetailN132
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Galium tinctoriumSouthern 3-lobed BedstrawN223sp?
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Lycopus americanusWater-horehoundN22
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Nyssa sylvaticaBlack GumN2near lav, small tree + saplings
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Onoclea sensibilisSensitive FernN334(12) spore fronds only; lvs eaten
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Osmunda regalisRoyal FernN11
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Scirpus cyperinusWoolly BulrushN122
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Scutellaria laterifloraMad-dog SkullcapN2(11): in bloom
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Thelypteris palustrisMarsh FernN3334
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Vaccinium corymbosumHighbush BlueberryN2222large clump in center
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Area 2, Micro-burst areaN/I09101112
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TREES
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Acer pensylvanicumStriped MapleN33saplings & seedlings (11)
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Acer rubrumRed MapleN232trees & seedlings
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Betula nigraRiver BirchN44many saplings, red bark (new ID)
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Betula papyriferaPaper BirchN2
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Betula populifoliaGray BirchN322saplings
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Fagus grandifoliaAmerican BeechN332saplings, seedlings, & small trees
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Fraxinus americana (sp?)White AshN22
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Pinus strobusEastern White PineN322lg trees & a few sickly saplings
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Populus grandidentataBig-toothed AspenN333saplings & small trees
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Populus tremuloidesQuaking AspenN2
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Prunus serotina (sp?)Wild Black CherryN12
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Quercus albaWhite OakN2
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Rhus glabra (sp?)Smooth SumacN222tal young trees
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Tsuga canadensisEastern HemlockN233seedlings, saplings, lg trees
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SHRUBS
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Berberis thunbergiiJapanese BarberryI1
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Hamamelis virginianaWitch-hazelN231
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Rhamnus frangulaGlossy BuckthornI22can be invasive
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Rubus phoenicolasiusWineberryI1
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Salix bebbianaBeaked WillowN2
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HERBACEOUS PLANTS
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Aster sp.Aster3(11) sm flowered, not in bloom
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Dryopteris spinulosaSpinulose Wood-fernN333
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Epilobium coloratumEastern Willow-herbN13a few in bloom(11)
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Gymnocarpium dryopterisOak FernN1
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Lactuca sp.Wild LettuceN32
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Lobelia inflataIndian-tobaccoN1
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Lycopus americanusWater-horehoundN32
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Mentha arvensisWild MintI1
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Mitchella repensPartridge-berryN2
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Onoclea sensibilisSensitive Fern3(12) spore fronds only; lvs eaten
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Scirpus cyperinusWoolly BulrushN12
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Solidago graminifloliaGrass-leaved GoldenrodN2
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Spiraea albaMeadowsweetN2
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Thelypteris palustrisMarsh FernN22
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Veronica officianalisCommon SpeedwellI2
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Area 2A, Marsh N of Micro-burst area
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Onoclea sensibilisSensitive FernN3
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Osmunda cinnamomeaCinnamon FernN2
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Rhamnus spBuckthornI1
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