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

Ferry County


Scientific Name
Common Name
Historic Record
Abies lasiocarpa - Picea engelmannii / Linnaea borealis Forest Subalpine Fir / Twinflower
Abies lasiocarpa - Picea engelmannii Cover Type Subalpine Fir - Engelmann Spruce Forest
Abies lasiocarpa / Calamagrostis rubescens Forest Subalpine Fir / Pinegrass
Abies lasiocarpa / Vaccinium scoparium Forest Subalpine Fir / Grouseberry
Abies lasiocarpa Cover Type Subalpine Fir Forest
Alnus incana / Carex (amplifolia, utriculata) Shrubland Mountain Alder / Bigleaf Sedge
Carex amplifolia Herbaceous Vegetation Bigleaf Sedge
Festuca idahoensis - Eriogonum heracleoides Herbaceous Vegetation Idaho Fescue - Parsnip-flower Buckwheat
Mid-Elevation Riparian Wetland OH Mid-elevation Riparian Wetland OH
Picea engelmannii / Equisetum arvense Forest Engelmann Spruce / Field Horsetail
Pinus contorta Cover Type Lodgepole Pine Forest
Pinus ponderosa - Pseudotsuga menziesii / Pseudoroegneria spicata ssp. inermis Woodland Ponderosa Pine - Douglas-fir / Bluebunch Wheatgrass
Pinus ponderosa / Calamagrostis rubescens Forest Ponderosa Pine / Pinegrass
Pinus ponderosa / Festuca idahoensis Woodland Ponderosa Pine / Idaho Fescue
Pinus ponderosa / Pseudoroegneria spicata Woodland Ponderosa Pine / Bluebunch Wheatgrass
Populus tremuloides Cover Type Quaking Aspen Forest
Pseudotsuga menziesii / Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Cascadian Forest Douglas-fir / Kinikinnick Cascadian Forest H
Pseudotsuga menziesii / Calamagrostis rubescens Forest Douglas-fir / Pinegrass
Pseudotsuga menziesii / Physocarpus malvaceus - Linnaea borealis Forest Douglas-fir / Mallow-leaf Ninebark - Twinflower
Pseudotsuga menziesii / Physocarpus malvaceus Forest Douglas-fir / Mallow-leaf Ninebark
Pseudotsuga menziesii / Symphoricarpos albus Forest Douglas-fir / Common Snowberry


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