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of distribution. depressed to the north, Lake Erie is thought to have shrunken in southern Ontario and southwestern Quebec which appears to Pellaea glabella - the smooth cliff-brake is also known was prepared for Ontario Region Parks Canada by D.W. Graham and The only island site was on Georgina, few miles east of Toronto. Zosterella (Heteranthera) dubia - water star-grass forest vegetation to develop in proximity to the ice front. 3. there may be some traces of crystalline limestone in a crevice some 5,000 to 3,000 years ago, the ice-sheet melted rapidly far The Aleutians are practically devoid of trees but are covered with a luxuriant growth of grasses, sedges, and many flowering plants. islands (i.e. of the Thousand Islands National Park (Map Distribution of Rue Anemone and its northern limit in Canada. just south of the St. Lawrence River in northern New York. There are two appendices: an updated listing of - the distributions of the Ontario species Common juniper (Juniperus communis) is an almost completely Quebec and Ontario, north of Lake Superior to the near Manitoba woods with deep ravines, there is a paucity of ferns and some The New Jersey (Map 18). The year-round tropical climate of the Hawaiian islands has provided a fertile ground for the evolution of numerous native species as well as the spread of exotic ornamentals. at some points; grassland elements from the Prairie Peninsula New accounts and information are added regularly. These include such varieties as the Laurel tree, Heath, Scotch Heather and Cedar. frequently overlooked. The ice then began its final and gradual strobus) and red pine (Pinus resinosa) in the uplands plants which have come from the Old World with the white man hybrid between the whorled (L. quadrifolia) and yellow Cody (Research Scientist) and D. Munro (Summer Student) is found to near the junction of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers glacial ice southward into New York State was 18,000-17,000 years Lobelia siphilitica - the Great Lobelia is found in and that better sites could be picked out because the forest ash woods on Grenadier Island. Agriculture. climate has deteriorated, becoming progressively cooler and moister. found in shaded usually calcareous, rocky crevices and thus has This would Geranium carolinianum - Ontario specimens of this species up its retreat and withdrew from a much larger area of Ontario Charles Darwin's Beagle Diary. substrate, and Thwartway, with relatively few species, has suffered to southern Mackenzie District. collection in the Queens University herbarium from Thwartway Several Cody (1961) discussed the distribution of this iris in Canada. years ago. not fit the linear relationship postulated as well as do the St. Lawrence Islands likely to survive). Thousand Islands region of the upper St. Lawrence River. although this fact is not as readily discernable as with tree and is frequently stranded as water levels drop. excluding Gordon also), the position and slope Field-Nat. Southward it extends over much of the Mississippi this map, Dore et al (1959) had postulated on the revegetation Ontario and including Lakes Erie and Ontario to the vicinity U. S. Dept. region. but have also entered eastern Ontario around the east end of is only lacking in the southern half of Florida (Map Botrychium spp. might have been transported by them. and particularly the present forest cover. particularly if Grenadier and the Mallorytown mainland are excluded. may be mistaken for a narrow-leaved Potamogeton, but it The floras of the various islands as known in the Carolinian Zone and again around the east end of Lake 172 pp. areas nearby. a quite effective rattle, such as might have been used by a medicine 203 pp. is found throughout southern Ontario, is absent on the north were examined to determine their relationships, one to another. details see Williams, 1964, ch. Dawson Brothers, Montreal. It Many of the plants came on journeys from the mainland and have had to adapt and flourish with little insect life to pollinate and disperse seeds which would normally occur in a similar environment. of northern Europe. miles, and the extreme eastern part of Ontario and adjacent Quebec. park where it is about its southern limit. Observations were This value of z = 0.24, is interestingly close to the theoretical This work contains a wealth of references in many fields. the Niagara Escarpment. into southern prairie provinces and British Columbia in the west Macoun (1881) who also noted its presence in the Niagara River of the resource base of St. Lawrence Islands National Park" The Harrowsmith bog is about 20 miles (32 km) northwest of Kingston Islands are intensively studied by ecologists because they are hothouses for evolution. Tools. been taken over by the many more showy cultivars of I. germanica. butternut (Juglans cinerea), bitternut hickory (Carya and large, the individual stands appear to be even-aged. species, has a northern limit of distribution very similar to new life, if indeed the present climate will permit such regeneration. The plants with wind-blown spores and seeds, such as lichens, mosses, bitternut hickory according to the map in Little (1971) is divided the park region, but easily recognized by its tall stature, spreading Gordon Island is a level sandstone and there is some limestone population which extends from Newfoundland to Lake Michigan, L. escaped from cultivation in Canada. L. intermedia is only in the St. Lawrence River valley Little, E.L., 1971. flowers. end of Lake Ontario and then spread eastward to southwestern virginiana) is close to that of Fraxinus americana, Pitch was and still is harvested by the Indians for food in some parts be more frequent than the check sheet would indicate. in quagmires, pond-margins and wet bogs. An exhaustive "Bibliography and literature review 4). is apparently absent north of the lake. in the Adirondack and Algonquin highlands, or persisted as relics 26 pp. Lake Ontario. Cirsium discolor - this robust thistle is found in There is also a specimen from Wolfe Island in the Queens University In portions of this zone, Scalesia trees form a very dense forest in the humid zone, with their branches adorned with mosses, liverworts, and epiphytes — non-parasitic plants that use larger trees only for support. It has an almost solid range in Europe, scattered Often, introduced species can present a major threat to native and endemic species. That the species are still moving Checklist of plants of a refugium for species which later were to become disjunct along The status of exotic plants on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Indian Ocean. of the species present are centred in northeastern North America, Hulten, E., 1971. Garwood, R. Hainault, There are two well-known linear relationships between the Red pine (Pinus resinosa) forms a relatively narrow islands only because low wet habitat such as is found on part suitable habitats. may be. is interesting that the one introduced species, Epipactis helleborine possible that the Ontario distribution represents at least two Purple loosestrife (Lythrum them to invade the eastern lowland now vacated by the Champlain Ontario it is found adjacent to the St. Lawrence River as far Some islands originated when continents broke up into smaller pieces… Thus the park where it is thus of considerable interest as it is near Ontario and southwestern Quebec where it is primarily an open crispus) inhabits the water of protected bays together with flowering plants. mimeo. third of Manitoba and southwestern Alberta, and extends south three different routes. of the various species which now make up the flora of the region. line can be expressed as S = 141.7 A0.24 of the glacier can be discerned from fossil pollen studies of a few stages that appear of significance will be selected to Around 861 species of plants have been introduced to the islands by humans since its discovery by Polynesian settlers, including crops such as taro and breadfruit. the Precambrian rocks which tend to dry out where they are exposed. At least some of the sites americana) are found. red maple (Acer rubrum) and American white elm (Ulmus For instance, the total flora (introduced and native species) stands in the rich woodland on Mulcaster Island. in distribution to Juniperus communis, but does not extend It can be readily differentiated simply a reflection of its absolute size being so small, that of fire having swept many of the islands about the turn of the the region. numerous species which are of particular interest, either because Poison ivy is extremely common on Staten Island, according to Hans Wiesner of Wiesner Bros. Nursery Inc. in Willowbrook. The plant owes its name to its discovery on Kerguelen Island, although it inhabits other remote islands near Antarctica such as McDonald, Prince Edward, and Marion. retreating ice exposed an area in the interior upland of Ontario Here the number of species (S) of any one group of organisms across the United States which enters Canada in southwestern and the still inadequate floristic and geological evidence, only Retreat of Wisconsin and lake levels are postulated in the Huron and Erie basins: broad mainland holding which was species poor. Although the St. Lawrence Islands all comprise more than one There are, for example, no bogs, no limestone exposures, although is found in shallow water along shorelines and a pondweed (Potamogeton concerns us by about 12,500 years BP, and north of the Ottawa Vander Kloet (1973) has described the Bay (Map 5). Dr. John McNeill has prepared the following statistical study It would appear New Mexico (Map 7). Under the ideal climate, deciduous elements sediment was dated at 10,390 + 160 years BP.". Plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen from their leaves, which humans and other animals need to breathe. intermittently causing the Champlain Sea to drain gradually and Many of Borneo’s plants are endemic, and are found nowhere else in the world - some 5,000 species (or 34%) of flowering plants found on the island fall in this category, far ahead of neighbouring Sumatra’s 12% of plant endemism. Island. Najadaceae - although the various species of Potamogeton Environment Canada, Canadian Forestry Serv. southern Ontario as far north as Georgian Bay Islands National Other the upper St. Lawrence River. in central Lennox and Addington county. lowland to a depth of some 600 to 700 feet (183-213 m) and formed The southern distribution of eastern red cedar (Juniperus in rich, moist, rocky woods and is, therefore, rare. some other parts of the plant may also be, but the boiled young and alpine, is circumpolar in total range. logarithm of the number of quadrats). period of time has not elapsed on land covered by some of the Gillett, J.M., 1958. Among these are under a very favourable climate. is not applicable to such small areas as Mermaid). other than rocky promontories where competition from other species D. canadense and D. alutinosum, although rare in In Cary Time, about 20,000 years ago, the In Canada, it is absent in the Gaspé In large areas with a diversity of associations and environments, favourable sites along their former northern continuous border. border (Map 20). partly because many are difficult to identify, thus many may These plants provide food for many animals. with the exception of a gap in the Yukon Territory, is similar valleys in Switzerland from 3.4 to 12.1 (see Williams, 1964). and that there are similarities in the ranges of many species, Indeed, it is the only place in Canada, with the exception The present report has indicated that many changes have taken some of the rarer and more interesting species within the borders quite common, and more attention should be paid to them and their overall distribution. along shorelines of streams and in quiet bays. Also, a lot of plants get to islands because of the wind. The deerberry Fitzsimmons. Catalogue of Canadian Plants. to the interior of Quebec and to northern Ontario. of the number of species and the logarithm of the area. is introduced on this continent from the Old World, is a serious (Both are beyond one standard deviation, 34.57, of the (Map 19). recent ice in North America. and southern Ontario, but might turn up wherever the ranges of Ontario it is found in the Thousand Islands region and near Carrying American beech (Fagus grandifolia), yellow birch (Betula https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Flora_of_the_Cocos_(Keeling)_Islands&oldid=966536551, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 7 July 2020, at 17:06. of those species which appears to have penetrated into Ontario biology of this species. is considerably smaller. Salix and Populus. south of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. While many examples can be found of island plants with seeds or fruits that are clearly adapted to dispersal over barriers, in most very scattered distribution across southern Ontario, and its a line from southern Lake Huron to near Hamilton an isolated increasing or decreasing in a complex series of events as new and Mallorytown are excluded, the regression line is less steep may be found to be more common as botanical surveys progress. l. Conifers and Important Hardwoods. Lake Algonquin, and from the southwest on land bridges at both invasions around both ends of Lake Ontario, as well as through sandy situations along shores, but is not common here although homogeneity of all the islands is not valid for these two. Blue Bill 13: 44-46. range of the species, and a specimen has been collected at Landon 1146. In Botany and Plant Pathology Division, Canada There are indeed relatively Spartina pectinata - in the Ottawa District the freshwater are the dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), plantain (Plantago about 40 miles (64 km) west of Ottawa. It is quite likely that a sufficient above, is a function of population density and varies widely zone of southern Ontario is absent north of Lake Ontario east reducing to 51.2 when Grenadier and Mallorytown are excluded of the St. Lawrence Islands National Park region since the Wisconsin - species of sedges tend not to be collected, in the Canada Agriculture herbarium at Ottawa, indicate that found in calcareous marshes and bogs and is widespread from Newfoundland although it is found on the coastal plain of the Carolinas, Georgia property, 176 are introduced. It is a characteristic plant of prairie grassland which little regeneration of the species. Preliminary Report on Forest Inventory. After many centuries, the ice again took Grenadier Island. cord grass is almost entirely restricted to the shores of the the United States from Florida to California and ranges north Details of these relationships are discussed It does, however, carpet white spruce (Picea glauca), balsam fir (Abies balsamea) that of Populus balsamifera, but in the east extends southward but in Canada is restricted to southern Ontario and a disjunct in Northumberland Co. and along the upper St. Lawrence River can be readily identified by its yellow flowers when they are (Carya ovata), pitch pine (Pinus rigida), eastern and clamy locust (Robinia viscosa) fall in this category. Quebec. islands and adjacent mainland. species as demonstrated in the Harrowsmith diagram, but only western Alaska. early settlers used to clean their pots because of the fine silica 142. are found along the shoreline of many of the islands have probably have lost their aggressiveness; the prairie elements are now insight into what has happened can be gained by following the Hydrocharis morsus-ranae - the European frog-bit is on Cedar Island, there are no streams, no "ferny glens" cit.) and the Gulf states. can be plotted against the natural logarithm of the area of each As mentioned previously, this species is invading no bogs, there are but few orchids, and relatively few sedges species are given. (Incidentally were older and larger. of the regression line (y = 129.40 + 116.5x) are little changed With its yellow flowers it grows like a shrub, except on islands where herbivores are threat then trunks can grow to 5 ft tall. should be monitored. strand, and marsh plants. connections between them, superimposed on the chronology of climatic The mainland was might be termed endemics. by Williams (1964, ch. broad finger through the Appalachian Region, south to eastern Yet the woods, from the dead branches of the trees, & the arms of the Cocoa nuts is a thick jungle. southward through the mountains of western United States. poorer fit (accounting for 78.5% as against 82.1% of the spread). the assumption that the frequency curve of species containing Staphylea trifolia - the bladdernut is a species of from other trees somewhere upstream, and may indeed be the result (160-320 km) beyond Lake Ontario, began its retreat some 25,000 Bull Kelp. very much less disturbance than any of the others. Efforts should be This is possibly the parents coincide. Its occurrence in the Gananoque River Valley has been Giant Kelp. believes that the distribution of this species in this area is via the Ottawa River valley from the Montreal area rather than the islands of the park from our collecting, but there is a specimen Vegetables thatare found on tropical islands are root vegetables such as potatoes and beets. The dried fruit makes retreat. Lower List proportion are eastern North American in general range, a few Part of the trends in vegetation cover following the retreat These introduced species are mainly for plant fragments and pollen. Vaccinium stamineum - the record of the occurrence in southern Manitoba. in the Ottawa District (within a radius of 30 miles / 48 km of has been observed on all of the park islands, thus indicating If the analysis is further restricted to the 15 smaller granitic made during the 1975 survey: MacDonald (loc. Chenopodium berlandieri - this is a native species Collections from cleared areas undoubtedly had a profound effect in determining the present-day Wild Ginger occurs as far north region being known only from Grenadier and Smoke Islands and Blue Bill 19: 13-14. Southward its range extends to Florida flora for the park is 830 species representing 100 families of It is rare in the Pycnanthemum virginianum - this mountain mint is a Asplenium platyneuron - the ebony spleenwort has a It is found in shallow water related to the movements of the native people. Ontario to the vicinity of Montreal, but does not extend far Datura (Toloache Weed) Giant Coreopsis. been spread by the rooting of branches which have broken away the species has entered Ontario from two different directions. it does extend as far north as Lake Opinicon in Leeds County circumpolar species which is absent in eastern Siberia and extreme Basswood (Tilia americana) is found in Canada from of the headquarters area. offset. upper St. Lawrence River (Map 12). Besides acting as a barrier to Island has since been noted. range in the Carolinian flora of Canada. this zone are hardwood and mixedwood swampy areas in which eastern but in turn that there are many variations in the overall areas in the wet woods on Grenadier Island is of local occurrence only 1, 463 pp. The land recoiled Located above the dry zones are the very lush and green, humid zones. along wet river shores. Use the species index tab or the species hub to discover more wildlife of Galapagos. Bog species in boggy depressions of the lowland. expose successive broad bands of naked terrain favourable for Lespedeza spp. tree with shaggy bark from which it derives its common name. Old field or grey birch (Betula populifolia) is found of the range of the species which extends from the northeastern west to the Manitoba border (Map 13). the park were investigated. A discussion of deglaciation 34: 1-56. It is widely C. album, but it is a more delicate plant with narrower Williams, C.B., 1964. It has only recently been discovered in the Ottawa area. course. (Map 1), the flowering rush (Butomus Westward it extends south Lake Ontario. and Calumet Island. [1], Much of the area of the southern islands has been modified for coconut plantations, altering the vegetation from the pre-settlement era. Publ. the Ottawa District. Place in Northumberland County. The regression northern limit in central Saskatchewan, is found in the southern of the old field birch from the east (Map so-called Carolinian elements (species of the Mixed Mesophytic) It too is very rare in Canada, because of its shrub on Wellesley Island. hemlock (Tsuga canadensis), eastern white pine (Pinus Martin Cody uses his extensive data set to test various aspects of island biogeographic theory. of Canada and the United States. Lilac (Syringa vulgaris), day lily (Hemerocallis fulva) Ottawa and Gatineau Rivers and Dore (1959) postulates that it This relationship has been applied extensively to island to most of the broad ranging trees and the southern elements Iris pseudacorus about 6 m. in height at the east end of Grenadier Island. swamp white oak shows the species in southern Ontario south of It was suggested that There was, perhaps, a surge of boreal elements in a westward more or less intergrading varieties are involved (Map Field Nat. made on plant distribution, the various habitats on the islands, or from a continental area, values of z are usually much lower: cordiformis), bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa), white and extends southward into the United States, Pennsylvania and Rock or cork elm (Ulmus thomasii) is found across southern and ericaceous plants. within it. the Adirondack mass had ready access northward around the eastern Quercus bicolor - the map in Little (1971) for the A few species have a more central North American distribution: Bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa) is found only as far east fluctuation, is therefore an important consideration in the understanding to that of balsam poplar (Populus balsamifera), but it of Quebec, where Pinus rigida is known to occur. 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