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Pieper, S.J., J.R. Freeland, and M.E. Dorken. 2018. Coexistence of Typha latifolia, T. angustifolia (Typhaceae) and their invasive hybrid is not explained by niche partitioning across water depths. Aquatic Botany 144:46-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquabot.2017.11.001.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 30765
Type: Journal Article
Author: Pieper, S.J., J.R. Freeland, and M.E. Dorken.
Date (year): 2018
Article Title:Coexistence of Typha latifolia, T. angustifolia (Typhaceae) and their invasive hybrid is not explained by niche partitioning across water depths
Journal Name: Aquatic Botany
Volume: 144
Issue:
Pages: 46-53
URL:
Keywords: Typha x glauca, Typha angustifolia, Water depth, Niche segregation, Hybridization, Typha, Habitat partitioning, Mating isolation
DOI: 10.1016/j.aquabot.2017.11.001
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Typha × glauca

    MI - Tractor Supply ditch, Cheboygan, MI
    MI - Duncan Bay Wetland, Cheboygan, MI
    MI - Demille Rd Ditch, Lapeer, MI
    MI - Old Lake Nepessing Wetland, Lapeer, MI
    MI - M-76 W Ditch, Ogemaw, MI
    MI - Horseshoe Lake Rd. Wetlands, Ogemaw, MI
     - Bayly St. ditch, Pickering, ON
     - Duffins Creek, Pickering, ON
     - Heritage Park ditch, Cornwall, ON
     - Richmond Dr Wetland, Cornwall, ON
     - Richmond Dr Wetland, Cornwall, ON
     - Belanger Rue ditch, Edmundston, NB
     - Principale Rue Wetlands, Edmundston, NB
     - Vanier Hwy ditch,
     - Hwy 366 ditch, Sackville, NS
     - Little Salmon River, Halifax, NS

Typha angustifolia

    MI - Tractor Supply ditch, Cheboygan, MI
    MI - Duncan Bay Wetland, Cheboygan, MI
    MI - Demille Rd Ditch, Lapeer, MI
    MI - Old Lake Nepessing Wetland, Lapeer, MI
    MI - M-76 W Ditch, Ogemaw, MI
     - Duffins Creek, Pickering, ON
     - Heritage Park ditch, Cornwall, ON
     - Rue Principale ditch, Montmagny, QC
     - Hwy 366 ditch, Sackville, NS
     - Hwy 107 ditch, Halifax, NS

Typha latifolia

     - Duffins Creek, Pickering, ON


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