Ecological Archives E094-156-A1

Jessica A. Savage, Jeannine Cavender-Bares. 2013. Phenological cues drive an apparent trade-off between freezing tolerance and growth in the family Salicaceae. Ecology 94:1708–1717. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/12-1779.1

Appendix A. Information on plant collections.

Table A1. Willow (Salix) and poplar (Populus) species in the study and their collection information.

Species

Abbr.

Lat. Long.

S. alaxensis (Andersson) Coville

ALA

64.8°N, 147.8°W

S. arbusculoides  Andersson

ARB

64.8°N, 147.8°W

S. candida Flueggé ex Willd.

CAN

44.9°N, 93.1°W  /  48.6°N, 93.4°W

S. caroliniana Michx.

CAR

29.7°N, 82.3°W

S. eriocephala Michx.

ERI

44.9°N, 93.1°W  /  48.6°N, 93.4°W

S. exigua Nutt.

EXI

44.1°N, 123.2°W /  36.2°N, 115.1°W / 34.9°N, 109.8°W

S. fuscescens Andersson        

FUS

64.8°N, 147.8°W

S. gooddingii C.R. Ball

GOO

36.2°N, 115.1°W

S. hookeriana Barratt ex Hook.

HOO

44.1°N, 123.2°W

S. interior Rowlee     

INT

44.9°N, 93.1°W /  48.6°N, 93.4°W / 64.8°N, 147.8°W

S. lasiandra Benth.    

LAS

44.1°N, 123.2°W

S. lucida Muhl

LUC

44.9°N, 93.1°W /  48.6°N, 93.4°W

S. nigra Marsh

NIG    

39.1°N, 94.6°W

S. pedicellaris Pursh 

PED

44.9°N, 93.1°W /  48.6°N, 93.4°W

S. petiolaris Sm.        

PET

44.9°N, 93.1°W /  48.6°N, 93.4°W

S. pseudomyrsinites Andersson

PMY

64.8°N, 147.8°W

S. pseudomonticola C.R. Ball

PSM

64.8°N, 147.8°W

S. pulchra Cham.

PUL

64.8°N, 147.8°W

S. pyrifolia Andersson

PYR

44.9°N, 93.1°W /  48.6°N, 93.4°W

S. sitchensis Sanson ex Bong.

SIT

44.1°N, 123.2°W

P. balsamifera  L.      

BAL

64.8°N, 147.8°W

P. deltoides Bartram ex Marsh.

DEL

44.9°N, 93.1°W /  48.6°N, 93.4°W

P. fremontii Watson  

FRE

36.2°N, 115.1°W

P. trichocarpa Torr. & A. Gray ex Hook.

TRI

44.1°N, 123.2°W

Notes: Specimens were deposited in the UMN herbarium with more detailed collection information. Collections were made using the following permits: (1) Cedar Creek LTER, permit #RP801, (2) Minnesota Department Natural Resources, Scientific and Naturals, Areas permit #2007-5R, (3) Florida Department of Environmental Protection, District 2, permit #10290712, (4) Oregon U.S. Bureau of Land Management, permit #S1-07, and (5) U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, permit #FS-2700-25(03/06).


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