Τοποθεσία: Stimpson Family Nature Reserve, near Bellingham, Washington, USA
Σημειώσεις: Property is to the NE of Lake Louise Road and SW of Lake Whatcom Blvd, near Lake Whatcom. (approximate location on map)
Whatcom County Parks & Recreation has an on-line map – http://www.co.whatcom.wa.us/parks/pdf/stimpsonmap_000.pdf
Collecting is by permit only from Whatcom Land Trust, Bellingham WA
This location, previously known as the Beaver Creek Natural Resources Conservation Area, is the site of an ongoing Mushroom inventory compiled since 1991 by Fred M. Rhoades and members of the Northwest Mushroomers Association.
The property features two ponds nestled in a series of glacially carved low ridges within the Chuckanut Formation. Soils are classed as Chuckanut loam, Nati loam and Labounty silt loam. The vegetation is mostly that one would expect in a second-growth forest in the area: Dominated by older (a few remnant old-growth) Pseudotsuga menziesii and younger Tsuga heterophylla and Thuja plicata and very few Picea sitchensis. Larger remnant hardwoods include Acer macrophyllum, Alnus rubra, Betual papyrifera and Populus trichocarpa.
Resource: Doss, Diane. 1994. Vegetation of the Beaver Creek Natural Resources Conservation Area. MS Thesis. Western Washington University. Bellingham. WA.
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δημιουργήθηκε: 2011-04-28 14:21:58 EDT (-0400) από Fred M. Rhoades (FMR)
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