Monthly Archives: July 2014

Rhus michauxii – If You Burn It, They May Come

The beneficial effects of controlled burns have been discussed in a previous article: https://bwwellsassociation.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/prescribed-burns-aid-the-hoary-puccoon-lithospermum-canescens/ In that article, well planned, prescribed burns led to a large increase in numbers and a significant range extension for a population of Hoary Puccoon (Lithospermum canescens).  Rarely, prescribed … Continue reading

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Hiding in Plain Sight – The Dwarf Pawpaw – Asimina parviflora (Part 2)

As the natural history field trip was concluding, the group moved into a small clearing in the forest to hear final comments from the trip leader.  Underfoot, slightly trampled and unrecognized, were a small group of Dwarf Pawpaws.  The day … Continue reading

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