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an area of woodland, historically, one owned by the sovereign and set apart as a hunting ground with its own laws and officers.
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use of nest plants by black-chinned hummingbirds reflects the fact that, instead of one species dominating the subcanopy layer, which we observed at the Gila River, several species, most of them nonnative, composed the subcanopy at the Middle Rio Grande.
Too poor to afford the BetterLife spinal cord implant, fifteen-year-old Mistletoe navigates the real world of the subcanopy zone known as Little Saigon, on Nelson, her salvaged hover scoot.
The projected closure mechanism was significantly related to the area of the gap whereby smaller gaps usually closed via lateral crown expansion and larger gaps typically closed by subcanopy recruitment.
Inventorying and estimating subcanopy spiders diversity using semiquantitative sampling methods in an afromontane forest.
These physical-site conditions help to explain the community (compositional) similarities and dissimilarities among the sampled old regrowth patches based on the relative importance of canopy- subcanopy trees > 10 cm dbh.
Airborne Microwave Observatory of Subcanopy and Subsurface.
This animal was shot at night by a Matses hunter who saw it perched on a branch of a small tree in the subcanopy of well-drained primary lowland rain forest.
One variation from this type is that the subcanopy trees Ostrya virginiana (Mill.
In the intervening subcanopy, gnarled old apple trees twisted toward scarce pockets of sunlight.
The subcanopy contains Acer negundo, boxelder; Gleditsia triacanthos, honey locust; Fraxinus pennslyvanica, green ash; Ulmus americana, American elm; and Morus alba, white mulberry--all common at this site.
Inventorying and estimating subcanopy spider diversity using semi-quantitative sampling methods in an Afromontane forest.