Species List: Mushrooms of Edgewood Blue (46)
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These are all from short half-day hikes around Edgewood Blue — just outside of Wells Gray Provincial Park, BC, Canada. Many of the walks would penetrate into the park itself, almost all the walks were entirely on grounds of Wells Gray Wilderness Institute. This is the so-called “Hemp Creek Canyonlands” area of the park: a well-drained terrace at the bottom of the broad U-shaped Clearwater River Valley, but which Hemp Creek has cut deeply into (about 500 feet deep maybe?) It is predominantly birch, aspen, douglas fir, spruce, with some hemlock and cedar. (The true interior cedar-hemlock biogeoclimatic zone occurs farther into the park, this is just on the fringe.) Bogs, ponds, and wetlands are common in glacial depressions.
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Created: 2008-06-02 01:21:57 EDT (-0400)