International Scholarly Research Notices / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Sexual and Asexual Reproduction of Salix sitchensis and the Influence of Beaver (Castor canadensis) Herbivory on Reproductive Success

Table 2

Number of beaver cut willow stems at six riparian sites in central British Columbia. In parentheses are the numbers of fragments that were displaying roots when recaptured the following spring.

YearSiteNo. rooted vegetative No. vegetative fragments No. rooted vegetative
fragmentswithout rootsfragments per m2

2007Bowron Bridge15 (0)48 0.0025
2008Bowron Bridge46640.0077
2007Bowron River1230.0004
2008Bowron River000.0000
2007Camp Creek5 261 0.0008
2008Camp Creek2641430.0415
2007Island Park136 (56)271 0.0227
2008Island Park94900.0157
2007Penny1000.0018
2008Penny91480.0161
2007Penny by the Fraser000.0000
2008Penny by the Fraser37220.0042

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