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SOILS & 
REGIO 
 
:upland loame 
:(Miami and relat 
series) 
.8 & W. Wis. 
 
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upland silt loams      :peaty meadow soils   :                   : upland
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without dism   bance oak-hickory becomes southern hardwood       * 
ted         (Old Carrington and    :(Clyde, Waukesha,    :(Alluvial sands
     (Miami am 
* related series)       :and related series)   :derived from Coloma  related
s 
:and Plainfield     : 
2                     :series) 
S. & W. Wis.          .S. -. Wis*            .S,.& 1. W 
 
exotics escaped to the wild 
characteristic species 
species induced by fire 
species induced by grazing 
 
especially valuable for winter food 
if       "      "summer food 
0      " winter browse 
 
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┬░NOTE: This table omits many variations and minor types. We solicit suggestions
for improvement. 
 
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Sandy soils (Coloma 
Plainfield & related 
series) Cent. & N. 
Wis. 
 
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Tren 
tows 
red 
 
Better sandy toils 
(Vilas, Plainfield & 
related series) 
Cent. & N. Wis. 
 
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JCXIN.OAK 
ads 
ping 
 
Woody peat 
N. & E. Wis. 
 
on gravel knolls stands are thin, short.   Red oak drops out, red cedar,
or, 
Juniper, & pasque flower come in. 
on blows and tree stage drops out: Linaria canadensis, Specularia perfoliata,

black spruce drops out in southern Wisconsin 
on heavy poorly drained soils (Colby & Cable series) white spruce occurs
with 
river-bottom types are so variable that one is selected as an example. 
 
without disturbaice w 
trends toward hemlock 
 
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white pine 
c-hardwood 
 
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: Lycopodiums 
* Solomon's seal 
* twinflower 
yellow violet 
I white trillium 
maidenhair fern 
* partridge berry 
: upland sandy loams 
* and silt losms (Kenna, Colby, 
: & related series) 
N. & E. Wis. 
Hudsonia tomentosa come in. 
hardwoods and balsam fir. 
 
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