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Most higher plants have evolved with an obligatory symbiotic relationship with my- corrhizal fungi. Epigeous mycorrhiza formers have their spores dispersed by air currents, but hy- pogeousExpand
The Seen and Unseen World of the Fallen Tree
Maser, Chris; Trappe, James M., tech. eds. The seen and unseen world of the fallen tree. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-164. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific NorthwestExpand
From the Forest to the Sea: A Story of Fallen Trees
Maser, Chris; Tarrant, Robert F.; Trappe, James M.; Franklin, Jerry F., tech. eds. 1988. From the forest to the sea: a story of fallen trees. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-229. 153 p. Large, fallen treesExpand
Natural history of Oregon coast mammals
Maser, Chris, Bruce R. Mate, Jerry F. Franklin, and C. T. Dyrness. 1981. Natural history of Oregon coast mammals. USDA For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-133, 496 p. Pac. Northwest For. and Range Exp.Expand
From the Forest to the Sea: The Ecology of Wood in Streams, Rivers, Estuaries and Oceans
From the Forest to the Sea: The Ecology of Wood in Streams, Rivers, Estuaries and Oceans is a fascinating new scientific work that discusses the role wood plays in very complex and diverse aquaticExpand
The Fleas of the Pacific Northwest
Mycophagy of red-backed voles in Oregon and Washington
We analyzed stomach contents from two subspecies of Clethrionomys californicus and three subspecies of C. gapperi from coniferous forests of Oregon and western Washington. Seasonal diets wereExpand
The northern flying squirrel: a mycophagist in southwestern Oregon
Fecal samples were collected over 27 months from the northern flying squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus (Shaw)), a mycophagist in the Pacific Northwest portion of its range. Nine genera of hypogeousExpand