5 -- -- Krigia virginica (dwarf -- -- -- dandelion) * (T) Laportea
canadensis (wood nettle) * -- -- -- Leersia virginica (white grass) * -- -- -- Leonurus cardiaca (motherwort) -- 2.
virginica and Laportea
canadensis, the latter most typical of floodplain forest understories.
Our report on Alternanthera sessilis (Amaranthaceae), Laportea
aestuans (Urticaceae) and Scleria melaleuca (Cyperaceae) are new association records for this species (Table 2), implying that this thrips might not has a strict monophagous habit, as it was asserted by Mound (2002).
The local names provided by the Kavirajes were mostly in Bangla language (48 plants) with the local names of only two plants, Amorphophallus campanulatus and Laportea
crenulata being in the Santal language.
Size-dependent resource allocation among vegetative propagules and male and female functions in the forest herb Laportea
There are two species of nettle in our area: "Barn Nettle," Urtica dioica, and "Wood Nettle," Laportea
SC/NM 5 N T R Sp URTICACEAE Laportea
Life history, allocation, and geometry of Laportea
canadensis, a clonal forest perennial, and plant strategies in floodplain forest herbs.
Responses of invertebrate herbivores to stinging trichomes of Urtica dioica and Laportea
vernum, Hydrophyllum virginianum (occurring in an area greater then 4 acres), Impatiens capensis, Laportea
canadensis, Lysimachia nummularia, Mertensia virginica, Phlox paniculata (especially along the river), Pilea pumila, Polygonum punctatum, Ranunculus hispidus caricetorum, Rudbeckia laciniata, Ruellia strepens, Rumex verticillatus, Sanicula odorata, Saururus cernuus, Solidago gigantea, Symphyotrichum cordifolium, S.
Starred species indicate wet forest modal species (Curtis, 1959) HL 1950s Laportea
canadensis * 0.
Five species (Cryptotaenia canadensis (honewort), Carex grayi (globe sedge), Elymus virginicus (Virginia wildrye), Laportea
canadensis (wood nettle), Pilea pumila (clear-weed), and Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia creeper)) accounted for more than 95% of the stems counted in the forest plots.
For example, Boehemeria cylindrica reached 1-5% cover on the island but always had [less than]1% cover at Great Falls; Laportea
canadensis reached 5-25% cover on Ruppert Island but was infrequent at Great Falls.
Native herbaceous species occurring in this meadow were Impatiens pallida, Lactuca canadensis, Laportea
canadensis, Packera glabella, and Polygonum scandens.
canadensis, Lysimachia nummularia, Rudheckia laciniata, and Verbesina alternifolia.