Betula glandulosa

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Synonyms for Betula glandulosa

small shrub of colder parts of North America and Greenland

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Drepanosiphonidae) on leaves of Potentilla fruiticosa or Betula glandulosa.
Macrofossil assemblages in this zone are characterized by Picea, Juniperus, Betula glandulosa, Myrica gale, Salix, Vaccinium, Empetrum, Arctostaphylos, and, at Splan Pond (Fig.
Macrofossil assemblages are characterized by Picea, Betula glandulosa, Salix herbacea, Vaccinium uliginosum, Cyperaceae, Juncus, and Dryas integrifolia.
1] Macrofossil assemblages are characterized by Juniperus communis, Betula glandulosa, Myrica gale, Salix, Vaccinium, Empetrum, Arctostaphylos, Cyperaceae, and Dryas integrifolia.
Macrofossil assemblages are characterized by Betula glandulosa, Salix, Vaccinium, Empetrum, Cassiope hypnoides, Cyperaceae, Juncus, Dryas integrifolia, and Rumex.
The presence of Betula glandulosa (dwarf birch) macrofossils, and the fact that neither B.
In the eastern half of the region, Betula glandulosa is a common tall shrub in this vegetation (Fig.
5 m tall) Betula glandulosa, sometimes with Salix spp.
Reference sites appear to be a mixture of Betula glandulosa and Ledum decumbens with Eriophorum vaginatum.
5d), while the more acidic mainland is dominated by Ledum decumbens, Vaccinium vitis-idaea, Rhododendron lapponicum, and Betula glandulosa (Fig.
This subzone is characterized by low shrub vegetation on the zonal sites, primarily Betula glandulosa and Ledum decumbens on acidic sites (Fig.
La vegetation locale est riche et diversifiee et comprend Betula glandulosa ainsi que d'autres especes typiques d'une zone bioclimatique du Bas-Arctique et marquant la limite septentrionale actuelle de cette zone dans l'Arctique canadien oriental.
Our preliminary field surveys in the Nettilling Lake area during 1984 and 1985 confirmed the existence of a low arctic flora, including Betula glandulosa, at the south end of the lake.
On the basis of limited prior information about summer temperatures, we expected that low arctic tundra species, particularly Betula glandulosa, would be found in areas of suitable soils in the vicinity of Nettilling Lake.
2) Low shrub heath in areas of granite-gneiss bedrock, with Salix arctica, Cassiope tetragona, Betula glandulosa, Vaccinium vitis-ideae, Ledum palustre, and other heath plants, and numerous herbs, grasses, and mosses;