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Synonyms for Lysichiton

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For example, if the digestible dry matter intake rates in Lysichiton habitats were twice as high as the other 3 habitats in summer, then animals should have allocated 40% of their time active in Lysichiton habitats compared with 20% in each of the other 3 habitats.
In winter, when Lysichiton was not available to deer, all 3 rates of intake were more similar among available habitats (Table 1).
Nutritional hypotheses were rejected because animals appeared to `overuse' Vaccinium and beach habitats while `underusing' (compared with availability) Lysichiton and Oplopanax habitats: highest rates of intake occurred in the Lysichiton and Oplopanax habitats.
Parker, unpublished data) indicated that deer exhibited a bias toward moving toward bedding in Vaccinium habitats (as compared with wet Lysichiton and Oplopanax habitats), but that in 93.
During both summers, intake rates in Lysichiton habitats, on average, often were greater than twice those in Vaccinium, Oplopanax, or beach habitats (as much as 4.
For both male and female deer, rejection of the nutritional hypotheses resulted from the animals greatly overusing Vaccinium and underutilizing Lysichiton habitats relative to predictions of nutritional hypotheses.
Large differences in intake rate in Lysichiton habitats in summer, and the distinctive ecological characteristics of wet Lysichiton habitats, support our contention.
This doesn't emerge until a little later, around the same time as drumstick primulas are pushing up - Lysichiton, American skunk cabbage.
Wintersweet Mahonia x media 'charity' Lysichiton, American skunk cabbage Daphne Winter honeysuckle
Plants of note this month include the pink dog's tooth violets; Erythronium dens cans, the skunk cabbage; Lysichiton americanus, and a shrub related to the witch hazel called Corylopsis pauciflora, which has delicate cream flowers appearing before the leaves.
IF there's a nasty niff in the air, it's probably coming from Lysichiton americanus, the American skunk cabbage.