Maianthemum stellatum — Literature

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References

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  • 23.  Piper, Jon K. 1989. Light, flowering, and fruiting within patches of        Smilacina racemosa and Smilacina stellata (Liliaceae). Bulletin of the        Torrey Botanical Club. 116(3): 247-257.  [11116]
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  • 29.  Wasser, C. H.; Hess, Karl. 1982. The habitat types of Region II, U.S.        Forest Service: a synthesis. Final Report Cooperative Agreement No.        16-845-CA. Lakewood, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service,        Region 2. 140 p.  [5594]
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  • 31.  Youngblood, Andrew P.; Padgett, Wayne G.; Winward, Alma H. 1985.        Riparian community type classification of eastern Idaho - western        Wyoming. R4-Ecol-85-01. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture,        Forest Service, Intermountain Region. 78 p.  [2686]
  • 32.  Zimmerman, G. T.; Neuenschwander, L. F. 1984. Livestock grazing        influences on community structure, fire intensity, and fire frequency        within the Douglas-fir/ninebark habitat type. Journal of Range        Management. 37(2): 104-110.  [10103]
  • 33.  Zobel, Donald B.; Antos, Joseph A. 1987. Composition of rhizomes of        forest herbaceous plants in relation to morphology, ecology, and burial        by tephra. Botanical Gazette. 148(4): 490-500.  [3882]
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  • 5.  Crane, M. F.; Fischer, William C. 1986. Fire ecology of the forest        habitat types of central Idaho. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-218. Ogden, UT: U.S.        Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research        Station. 85 p.  [5297]
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  • Staff, TWC. (2009). NPIN: Maianthemum stellatum (Starry false lily of the valley).
  • University_of_Michigan_(Dearborn_Herbarium) (2009). Native American Ethnobotany: Maianthemum stellatum.
  • University_of_Wisconsin_Stevens_Point_Freckmann_Herbarium (2009). Maianthemum stellatum: UW-Stevens Point Freckmann Herbarium: Plant Details Page.
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