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Type: Journal Article

Title: The phytogeography of Oxalis oregana in British Columbia

Date: 1984

Author(s): R. T. Ogilvie; R. J. Hebda; H. L. Roemer

Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Botany

Volume: 62

Pages: 1561-1563

Description: The occurrence of Oxalis oregana Nutt. in British Columbia is documented for five localities on the west coast of Vancouver Island and one locality in the Queen Charlotte Islands. The Oxalis populations grow in alluvial Tsuga heterophylla - Picea sitchensis - Thuja plicata - Polystichum munitum forest communities. Rhizomatous reproduction was recorded in all populations and flowering in two of the Vancouver Island populations. Three of the populations may be less than 3000 years old because they would have been inundated by higher sea levels during the middle Holocene. Possible introduction of plants by native people from the Olympic Peninsula, WA is discussed.

Physical Description: 3-page article

Office: Clayoquot Biosphere Trust

Document Location: CBT Library - Filing Cabinet

Document Identifier: TERp/OGI

Use Constraints: Office Use Only

Geographic-general: West Coast Vancouver Island

Format: Print

Language: English