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The Distribution of the Upland Plant Societies of Kent County, Michigan

Burton Edward Livingston
Botanical Gazette
Vol. 35, No. 1 (Jan., 1903), pp. 36-55
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    loc. cit.
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    Miss E. J. COLE'S Grand Rapids Flora, Grand Rapids, 1901.
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    loc. cit.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • KEDZIE, R. C., Analysis of soil of jack-pine plains near Grayling, Michigan. Annual Report Mich. Board of Agriculture27: 211. 1888
    • Bull. 99, 1893.
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    WHIT- FORD, H. N. The genetic development of the forests of northern Michigan; a study in physiographic ecology. BOT. GAZ.31289-325. 1901.
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    WHITFORD, H. N., boc. cit., p. 302.
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    CHAMBERLIN, T. C., Native vegetation of Wisconsin. Geol. of E. Wisconsin 2: 176. 1873-1877.
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    BEAL, W. J., Observations on the succession of plants in northern Michigan. Annual Report Mich. State Board of Agriculture27: 74-78. 1888.
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    Bull. Wis. Nat. Hist. Society2: 17-28 1902.