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Report: Comox Lake Bluffs- Plant Observations

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Comox Lake Bluffs- Plant Observations Field Notes of 12 May, 1994, by H. Roemer (Comox Lake Bluffs Ecological Reserve)

Author:  Roemer, H.

Date Published:  May 1994

Report ID:  17823

Audience:  Government and Public

Comox Lake Bluffs - Plant Observations Numbered references are to 4 different sites of open rock outcrops as marked on the attached map. Sites with closed forest have not been surveyed for additional species. Many listed species are near the environmental and/or geographical limits of thier range in this location.

Report Type
  Biogeoclimatic Zone - CWH Coastal Western Hemlock Zone
  Region - Vancouver Island
  Vegetation - Plant Species at Risk

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