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Avian Use of Purple Loosestrife Dominated Habitat Relative to Other Vegetation Types in a Lake Huron Wetland Complex

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Characteristics of surveyed vegetation types Fig 1. Characteristics of surveyed vegetation types in Saginaw Bay wetlands, 1994-1995, based on National Wetlands Inventory (Cowardin et al. 1979) classification system. PSS1C = Palustrine, broad-leafed deciduous scrub-shrub, and seasonally flooded; PEM1/SS1B = Palustrine, persistent emergent/broad-leafed deciduous scrub-shrub, and saturated; PEM1B = Palustrine, persistent emergent, and saturated; PEM1F = Palustrine, persistent emergent, and semi-permanently flooded; PEM1G = Palustrine, persistent emergent, and intermittently exposed (Cowardin et al. 1979).
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