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Inventory and monitoring protocol for naturally occurring western blue flag (Iris missouriensis) in Alberta
|Series||Alberta species at risk report,, no. 66|
|Contributions||Alberta. Fish and Wildlife Division. Resource Status and Assessment Branch.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.I75 E762 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||2003374897|
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Natural reproduction is occurring for gilt darter, lake sturgeon, and redhorse. Fish abundance is high and there are scattered but naturally reproducing mussel populations. Based on the quality of the habitat, fish and mussel abundance, natural reproduction, and presence of species of concern, this segment of river does have outstandingly. Survey Form(s) and submit form(s) to the Natural Diversity Data Base. Documentation of determinations and/or voucher specimens may be useful in cases of taxonomic ambiguities, habitat or range extensions. 7. Report as an addendum to the original survey, any change in abundance and distribution of target plants in subsequent years.
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Inventory and monitoring protocol for naturally occurring western blue flag (Iris missouriensis) in Alberta. Summary; Detailed Information; Description. In Canada, naturally occurring western blue flag is known only from a small area of southwestern Alberta.
Because of its restricted range and small population size, the species is listed as. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Inventory and monitoring protocol for naturally occurring western blue flag (Iris missouriensis) in Alberta Item Preview remove-circle.
In Canada, naturally occurring western blue flag is known only from a small area of southwestern Alberta. Because of its restricted range and small population size, the species is listed Source: Inventory and monitoring protocol for naturally occurring western blue flag (Iris.
Inventory and monitoring protocol for naturally occurring western blue flag (Iris missouriensis) in Alberta / By Reg. Ernst, Alberta Conservation Association., Alberta.
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. and Alberta. Fish and Wildlife : Reg. Ernst, Alberta. Inventory and monitoring protocol for naturally occurring western blue flag (Iris missouriensis) in Alberta February ;"Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Alberta Conservation Association" -- t.p;Includes bibliographical references;1 2 44 Inventory and monitoring protocol for naturally occurring western blue flag (Iris missouriensis)in Alberta.
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division, Species at Risk Report No. 66, Edmonton, AB. 12 pp. Ernst R.D. Western Blueflag in.
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