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|Institution:||University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Accession: UWSP154039|
|Family: Salicaceae||Taxon: Populus tremuloides Michx. aspen, quaking aspen|
|Location:||Upham- Township of Upham East. Langlade County Forest Crop Land. North-South Firelane|
|TRSQ:||33N 11E 15 E2|
|Habitat:||Northern Mesic Hardwoods. Growing alongside the firelane. The canopy is formed by Acer saccharum, Tsuja canadensis, Pinus strobus, Tilia american, Fraxinus americana, Betual allegheniensis, and Populus balsamifera. Shrub layer mainly Corylus cornuta. Groundcover speices include Maianthemum canadense, Lycopodium spp. and Aster macrophylus.|
|Collector:||Wagner, Matthew L. Coll. No.: s.n. Coll. Date: 8/7/2006|
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