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Facultative Seral Species
Low sweet blueberry is an important recolonizer . Its sprouts are
prominent on disturbed sites such as clearcuts, burns, fields, and
pastures [17,72,157]. Cover is typically higher on fields derived from
hayfields than those derived from woodlots . Low sweet blueberry is
an important seral species during the transition from field to forest in
various eastern old-field communities .
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- 57. Flinn, Marguerite A.; Wein, Ross W. 1977. Depth of underground plant organs and theoretical survival during fire. Canadian Journal of Botany. 55: 2550-2554. 
- 68. Hall, I. V. 1959. Plant populations in blueberry stands developed from abandoned hayfields and woodlots. Ecology. 40(4): 742-743. 
- 72. Hall, Ivan V.; Aalders, Lewis E.; Nickerson, Nancy L.; Vander Kloet, Sam P. 1979. The biological flora of Canada. I. Vaccinium angustifolium Ait., sweet lowbush blueberry. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 93(4): 415-430. 
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