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Association of vines and trees in second-growth forest

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Buron J; Lavigne D; Grote K; Takis R; Sholes O

1998

Northeastern Naturalist

5

359-362

In a fragment of second-growth forest in Massachusetts woody vines (mostly Rhus radicans) grew on 45% of the trees and were disproportionately abundant on large trees and on trees near the edge of the fragment. Among hickories Carya ovata a species known for its unique \"shaggy\" bark hosted more vines than C. glabra.

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