shrubby cinquefoil) in the fen and Chamaedaphne calyculata (L.
The rhizospheres of several species examined at multiple sites were NA positive regardless of habitat: Carex lacustris, Chamaedaphne calyculata, Typha angustifolia, and Vaccinium macracarpon (Table 1).
Habitat: Bogs and fens; often associated with Sphagnum, Chamaedaphne calyculata, and Sarracenia purpurea.
X X Dulichium arundinaceum Fuirena pumila Ceratophyllum demersum X Nuphar advena X X Nymphaea odorata X Brasenia schreberi X Sarracenia purpurea Impatiens capensis Myriophyllum exalbescens X Andromeda glaucophylla Chamaedaphne calyculata Vaccinium macrocarpon Menyanthes trifoliata Bidens sp.
Ceratiola ericoides Michaux Ericoideae Chamaedaphne
This study reported very high N:P ratios in live tissues of the evergreen shrub Chamaedaphne
calyculata (N:P = 19.
Potentilla palustris, and Chamaedaphne
Whereas a Sphagnum-dominated peatland in northern Michigan might be characterized by Carex oligosperma, Eriophorum virginicum, Chamaedaphne calyculata and Picea mariana, a geologically similar Sphagnum-dominated peatland in central Indiana might be dominated by Dulichium arundinaceum, Toxicodendron vernix and Acer rubrum (Markle, 1916; Cain, 1928).
The presence of subfossils of Sarracenia purpurea, Chamaedaphne calyculata and Vaccinium corymbosum indicate an acidic leatherleaf bog much like that of the extant community.
Effects of fertilization on growth and nutrient use by Chamaedaphne
calyculata in a raised bog.
While characteristically northern species such as Chamaedaphne
calyculata, Andromeda glaucophylla, and Carex oligosperma often make "southern outlier peatlands" conspicuous to botanists, studies of such peatlands in New York, New Jersey and southern Michigan have shown a flora exhibiting mixed geographic affinity (Crow 1969; Lynn & Karlin 1985; Karlin & Lynn 1988).
and typical bog shrubs such as Chamaedaphne
calyculata and Kalmia angustifolia.