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Washington Natural Heritage Information System
Known High-Quality or Rare Plant Communities and Wetland Ecosystems of Washington
August 2012

Cowlitz County

Scientific Name
Common Name
Historic Record
Abies amabilis / Vaccinium ovalifolium Forest Pacific Silver Fir / Oval-leaf Blueberry
Abies procera Cover Type Noble Fir Forest
Calamagrostis canadensis Western Herbaceous Vegetation Bluejoint Reedgrass
Carex aquatilis var. dives Herbaceous Vegetation Sitka Sedge
Carex exsiccata Herbaceous Vegetation [Provisional] Western Inflated Sedge
Carex lenticularis Herbaceous Vegetation Shore Sedge
Carex utriculata Herbaceous Vegetation Northwest Territory Sedge
Eleocharis palustris Herbaceous Vegetation Creeping Spikerush
Festuca idahoensis Herbaceous Vegetation Idaho Fescue Community
Mid-Elevation Freshwater Wetland WC Mid-elevation Freshwater Wetland WC
Pinus contorta / Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Forest Lodgepole Pine / Kinikinnick
Pseudotsuga menziesii - Tsuga heterophylla / Polystichum munitum Forest Douglas-fir - Western Hemlock / Swordfern
Pseudotsuga menziesii / Corylus cornuta / Polystichum munitum Forest Douglas-fir / Beaked Hazel / Swordfern
Quercus garryana / Viburnum ellipticum - Toxicodendron diversilobum Woodland Oregon White Oak / Oval-leaf Viburnum - Poison-oak
Salix sitchensis Shrubland Sitka Willow
Tsuga heterophylla / Polystichum munitum Forest Western Hemlock / Swordfern
Tsuga heterophylla / Vaccinium ovalifolium Forest Western Hemlock / Oval-leaf Blueberry

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