Jacobs (pers. Because the leaves and seeds of Kentucky Coffee-tree are toxic to livestock, many were likely historically removed by farmers. The critical root radius is used to define a zone surrounding the tree to prevent damage or disturbance (such as soil compaction) to the roots, dripline[13] and soil. Chapel Hill, N.C. [maps generated from Kartesz, J.T. *COSEWIC = Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Once adequate information is obtained (i.e., detailed location, extent of populations and suitable habitat), additional critical habitat will be identified and may be described within an area-based multi-species at risk action plan developed in collaboration with the Walpole Island First Nation. However, confirmation of this would require genetic testing. Coffee trees are either male or female and this particular tree is a male cultivar. Essex Region Biodiversity Conservation Strategy - Habitat Restoration and Enhancement Guidelines. 2Question mark (?) Based on this and until additional information is available, the suitable habitat within a 20 m radial distance is thought to be sufficient to allow for the establishment and growth of ramets. Johnson, G. R. 1999. A management plan has been developed for East Sister Island. It is hypothesized that many of the floodplain populations of Kentucky Coffee-tree occurring in North America originated from abandoned human settlements of Native Americans, Aboriginal peoples and early European pioneers where the seeds were used as game pieces and as a coffee substitute (after roasting to detoxify) (Curtis 1959; McClain and Jackson 1980; Zaya and Howe 2009). Natural Heritage Information Centre, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Peterborough, Ontario. ... genus of leguminous trees. Ball, J. and R. Kisor. Determination of restoration success and viability, as measured through plant vigour and fitness, must precede identification of critical habitat at restoration sites at this time. - Male and female flowers on separate plants. Ambrose, J.D., pers. The global conservation rank for Kentucky Coffee-tree (Gymnocladus dioicus) is secure[1] (G5). Pickett, K. pers. TerraSystems Research. United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Ambrose, J.D., pers. USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Plant Materials Center, Manhattan, Kansas & Kansas State University, Research Forestry. More detailed information on the location of critical habitat, to support protection of the species and its habitat, may be requested on a need-to-know basis by contacting Environment Canada – Canadian Wildlife Service. Unsuitable habitat features such as existing human-made features (e.g., existing infrastructure, including homes, buildings, roads) and landscaped and agricultural areas (e.g., agricultural lands and roadside ditches) within the site boundary are not necessary for the survival or recovery of the species and are therefore not critical habitat. Ambrose and N. S. May. Control of Double-crested Cormorant nesting populations on Middle and East Sister Islands will not benefit that species, but will benefit the native vegetation that their ammonia-rich excrement kills, including the trees in the area where they nest. and C.K. Natural Heritage Ecologist, Chatham Area Office, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Chatham, Ontario. © Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of the Environment, 2014. pp. Determine natural germination rates / requirements and develop techniques (. Based on the following four criteria outlined in the draft SARA Policies (Government of Canada 2009), there are unknowns regarding the feasibility of recovery of Kentucky Coffee-tree. These aggressive species have invaded many upland and floodplain habitats in southern Ontario, recently expanding to within the native range of Kentucky Coffee-tree in Canada (Pridham and Irvine 2008). On the other hand, Bowles (pers. A very fun North American bean family member that is unjustly rare in northeastern US gardens. comm. Ecological importance of Native Americans culture to the Kentucky coffee-tree. 2007). Introduction. Également disponible en français sous le titre « Programme de rétablissement du chicot févier (Gymnocladus dioicus) au Canada ». comm. Periodic seasonal flooding is a critical factor influencing forest composition, productivity and distribution of forest communities within large river-floodplain ecosystems (Yin et al. Payne, T. pers. 2005; Hobara et al. Periodic surveys have been performed for various populations of Kentucky Coffee-tree in Ontario. Environment Canada. Leaching and persistence of herbicides for kudzu (Pueraria montana) control on pine regeneration sites. Apparently dead, standing snags are included because ramets are often observed in the vicinity of individuals which otherwise appear to be dead. 1994). You will not receive a reply. The UTM grid is a standardized national grid system that indicates the general geographical area containing critical habitat and can be used to highlight areas that contain critical habitat (e.g., by land-use planners, landowners, or during an environmental assessment). The last 2 digits represent the 1 × 1 km standardized UTM grid containing all or a portion of the site containing critical habitat. Greenish-white flowers in terminal clusters appear in May and June, and expand after the new leaves emerge, with male and female flowers generally produced on separate trees. Forest Management Specialist, St. Clair Region Conservation Authority, Strathroy, Ontario. If a field survey by a qualified individual (e.g., forester or biologist) determines that no living Kentucky Coffee-tree plants (e.g., ramets, saplings or trees) are extant at a site, the site is considered unoccupied. For sites around Lake Erie, Limbird et al. 2011). However, comparative studies on other species of Gymnocladus that might provide more information on the Kentucky Coffee-tree’s unique biology have not been conducted. Gymnocladus dioicus. Weseloh, E.M.T. These habitats are often susceptible to seasonal flooding, which inhibits canopy closure by competing tree species and may allow for dispersal of seeds within the floodplain. Populations within these settings may be maintained either: in situ (particularly in the case of the larger fencerow populations); by incorporating their genetic material into existing populations that require augmentation through the transplanting of ramets or cuttings (particularly in the case of single roadside and backyard trees); through the establishment of populations within natural settings using these populations as source trees, if determined to be biologically and technically feasible; or any combination of the above measures. There are also several Canadian occurrences where it is believed the trees originated from transplanted local stock or were propagated from local seed. [accessed October 2011]. In Ontario, the species typically grows in rich floodplain woodlands and woodland edges of marshes where open canopy conditions exist (COSEWIC 2000). Coffee trees are either male or female and this particular tree is a male cultivar. 2011. comm. Broad strategies to be taken to address the threats to the survival and recovery of the species are presented in the section on Strategic Direction for Recovery (Section 6.2). Ambrose, J.D. Some believe that this tree may, at least in part, have been brought into New York by Native Americans. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. 2011. Lake Erie LaMP. Gymnocladus dioicus (L.) K. Koch – Kentucky coffeetree Subordinate Taxa. As more information becomes available, additional critical habitat may be identified where sites meet the critical habitat criteria. 1983. Scientific Name: Gymnocladus Lam. However, Buck (pers. Peterborough, Ontario. Double-crested Cormorant (Phalocrocorax auritus) populations in the Great Lakes underwent dramatic declines throughout the 1960s and into the 1970s due predominantly to toxic contaminants affecting reproductive success (Weseloh and Collier 2005). Barlow, C. 2002. Given that the maximum-recorded dbh for Kentucky Coffee-tree in Canada is 106.2 cm (Waldron 2003), the critical root radius is then calculated to be 20 m (106.2 cm × 18 cm = 19.1 m rounded up to the nearest 5 metres). Short Hills Conservation Action Plan. Determine (if possible) the genetic origins of native and planted populations and existing nursery populations, including the effect of genetic exchange between planted and native trees where they occur in close proximity. Land conversion has also limited the amount of habitat where new colonization could occur near extant populations. Kentucky Coffee-tree (Gymnocladus dioicus) is a moderate-sized canopy tree of the legume family, and is the only member of its genus in North America. This same type of analysis has shown a 41% loss of healthy canopy vegetation on Middle Island between 1995 and 2006 (Hebert et al. Personal communication to Environment Canada – Canadian Wildlife Service via B. Walpole. Oecologia 161:221-226. For enquiries, contact us. Botanical Review 9:617-654. Ambrose (pers. Reproductive biology of rare Carolinian plants with regard to conservation management. Berisford, Y.C., P. Bush, and J.W. Today, December 14, 20208 a.m. – 3 p.m. © 2020 Chicago Botanic Garden. 1994). The species is dioecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but only one sex is to be found on any one plant so both male and female plants must be grown if seed is required). Personal communications with K. Hayes, February 2007. Population locations and extent of surrounding suitable habitat are required to delineate additional critical habitat. Smithsonian Institute Press, Washington, D.C. 423 pp. Prepared for the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority, Strathroy, Ontario. Wires, L.R., F.J. Cuthbert, D.R. In press. The primary range of Kentucky Coffee-tree in the United States is from the southern Great Lakes region east to New York State, south to Oklahoma and Arkansas with scattered populations as far south as Texas and north to North Dakota (Figure 1). 2011). Taylor Jr. 2006. Joshi. comm. Assess viability of Kentucky Coffee-tree populations in Ontario. Removal of trees has occurred more recently at some populations on private land; in at least one instance, this reduced the population to a single-sex occurrence (see Appendix C). Bowles, J.M. Prepared for Parks Canada Agency, Point Pelee National Park, Leamington, Ontario. comm. 2011. At Walpole Island First Nation, the species is found at the woodland edges of prairie habitats (Bowles 2004) at former Anishnaabeg homesteads (Jacobs pers. A site must contain at least one living Kentucky Coffee-tree plant (which may include ramet, sapling or tree), and can include apparently dead individuals (based on visual observations), believed to be native in origin, and located in suitable habitat. Kentucky Coffee-tree can thrive in a broad range of deciduous woodlands with rich, usually moist soils. In addition, many of the individuals comprising Kentucky Coffee-tree populations are seedling- and sapling-sized individuals (<5 feet tall) for which the 20 m radial distance, which exceeds the critical root radius for this size class, should provide ample area for growth as the tree matures. Habitat loss within its Ontario range has been very extensive over the past two centuries due to clearing for agriculture and urban land uses (Jalava et al. 31 pp. pp. 1995. Water Operations Manager/Forester. In addition, unvegetated shorelines within the Lake Erie sites would not be considered critical habitat as it is unlikely that the species will establish in these areas. Kudzu (Pueraria montana var. 1000 Lake Cook RoadGlencoe, IL 60022DirectionsGarden MapSmartphone AppAdmission is free.Parking rates apply. 1-11 pp. The word dioicus relates to dioecious, meaning there are male and female trees. Since the 1970s, these smaller prey fish have been much more abundant than they were 30 to 40 years earlier due to declines of predatory fish species. These factors, combined with severe habitat fragmentation due to development in southern Ontario, have resulted in geographically-isolated populations that are especially prone to loss of genetic diversity. American Hornbeam. Jalava, J.V. Slow to moderate growth rate. At least four Ontario populations of Kentucky Coffee-tree contain both male and female trees and produce seeds (Craig pers. Populations on the Lake Erie islands are usually in shallow-soiled open Common Hackberry (Celtis occidentalis) dominated limestone woodland (COSEWIC 2000). Mills, C. and D. Craig. Kentucky Coffee-tree has a short growing period relative to other deciduous trees (Kozlowski and Ward 1957), with the leaves developing late in the spring and falling in early autumn; it is therefore leafless for half the year or more. 181 pp. Vol. 2007). The following actions relating to the recovery of Kentucky Coffee-tree in Ontario have been completed or are underway: Critical habitat for Kentucky Coffee-tree in Canada is identified in this recovery strategy to the extent possible, based on available data. and J.M. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. It is in flower in June, and the seeds ripen in October. may have consumed and dispersed the Kentucky Coffee-tree seeds (Barlow 2002). In 2007, the largest population, located on East Sister Island, had over 1,200 saplings and seedlings, in addition to approximately 80 larger sized (>15 cm dbh[8]) trees, most of which are considered to be clones. Although competition from terrestrial invasive plants has not been specifically documented as a threat to Kentucky Coffee-tree in Ontario, vigilance should be exercised in relation to this potential threat. Most recently, detailed surveys have been performed on East Sister Island by Ontario Parks and on Middle Island by Jalava, In the mid-1980s, Carolinian Woodlands Recovery Team members J. Ambrose (pers. Giroux, P., pers. Critical habitat is currently not identified for the Walpole Island First Nation populations or the Sydenham River, Florence, Euphemia Township population. comm. A site is defined by a boundary drawn at a radial distance of 20 m around a known observation of a native extant Kentucky Coffee-tree. The Rise of the Double-crested Cormorant on the Great Lakes: Winning the War Against Contaminants. Critical habitat for Kentucky Coffee-tree is identified in this recovery strategy as the suitable habitat (Section 7.1.1) within the site boundary as per the Site Occupancy Criterion (Section 7.1.2). 2006). 33-35 pp. In addition, Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus planipennis)was discovered on East Sister Island and has been implicated in the decline of mature ash (Fraxinus spp.) In addition, female trees are sometimes known to produce empty seed pods, as appears to be the case for the Petrolia – Enniskillen Township population. Canadian occurrences are noted to follow known travel routes used historically by Aboriginal peoples, which may in part explain the species presence in floodplains, as streams were natural corridors of movement for Aboriginal peoples (Jacobs pers. Recovery planning is intended to benefit species at risk and biodiversity in general. 2009. Dispersal by water and deposition in moist floodplain habitats may also result in partial decay of the hard outer seed-coat, allowing for germination to take place (Barlow 2002). 131-146. in M.E. Plant Guide: Kentucky Coffee-tree (PDF ; 293 Kb). Bowles, J.M., pers. Gymnocladus dioicus is a species of tree in the genus Gymnocladus of the legume family. Almost all reproduction in Ontario is vegetative. Ambrose, J.D. 2011. The species spreads mainly through ramets[6] and sexual reproduction is relatively infrequent. Other traditional uses include jewelry, music, and medicine  (VanNatta 2009). Kevan. This recovery strategy was prepared by Jarmo Jalava in consultation with the Carolinian Woodlands Recovery Team (Plants Technical Committee). comm. Species at Risk Act Policies, Overarching Policy Framework [Draft]. Researcher, recovery team member, Curator of the Sherwood Fox Arboretum, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario. Activities that result in impermeable surface conditions (, Activities that cause rutting, soil compaction and erosion (, Activities that alter the water regime of floodplain and riverside populations (. Personal communication with Environment Canada. Gymnocladus. Refer to section 7.1 for a description of how critical habitat within these areas is defined. (in press)]. Acid Scarification Requirements of Kentucky Coffee-tree (Gymnocladus dioicus (L.) K. Koch) Seeds from Southcentral Minnesota. Ramets appear to tolerate more shade than seedlings and often occur under partial shade. It has been prepared in cooperation with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Essex Region Conservation Authority, St. Clair Region Conservation Authority and the Carolinian Canada Coalition. 1998 and listed above), it is also includes cultural woodlots. Leaves Bipinnately Compound, Green, Golden or Yellow or Orange, Deciduous. The dramatic cormorant increase was probably augmented by a rise in the numbers of smaller fish (not native to the Great Lakes), such as Rainbow Smelt (Osmerus mordax) and Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus), which serve as the species’ primary food source (Weseloh and Collier 2005). Personal communication with J. Jalava and Environment Canada – Canadian Wildlife Service, January 2011. Kentucky Coffee-tree populations in Canada are limited by low rates of sexual reproduction. Common Name (population): Kentucky Coffee-tree. maintain the remaining extant native populations that occur in landscaped or agricultural settings either in situ or through their incorporation into, or use in the establishment of, populations in natural settings. Effects of fire on vegetation of the southeastern United States. The Canadian Field-Naturalist 94:139-147. COSEWIC-designated Plant Species at Risk Inventory, Point Pelee National Park, including Sturgeon Creek Administrative Centre and Middle Island, 2007, Volume 1: Summary Report & Volume 2: Managed Area Element Status Assessments. COSEWIC. Published on the internet. It is found in the United States and Canada from Texas and Louisiana to Ontario and South Dakota, in lowlands, river floodplains and on the lower wet tiers of the Appalachian mountains. 2007). However, the species spreads primarily through root suckers (ramets) and sexual reproduction is relatively infrequent. Kentucky Coffee-tree (Gymnocladus dioicus) is a moderate-sized canopy tree of the legume family, and is the only member of its genus in North America. How to say gymnocladus dioicus in English? Picturesque shade tree in both summer and winter. Dobbyn, S., pers. Status of the Double-crested Cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus) in North America. The percentage of the global range found in Canada is estimated to be less than 5%. Although Kentucky Coffee-tree has probably been uncommon in Ontario’s temperate forest for many decades due, in part, to limited sexual reproduction, an apparent lack of dispersal agent and being at the northern extent of its North American range, extensive deforestation has also occurred within the species’ limited range in southwestern Ontario. The word gymnocladus comes from the Greek–naked branch–referring to the few stout twigs, which are conspicuous year round. comm. Two sub-populations along river: one male clone of ~ 95 trees and sapling-sized ramets; one female clone of 5 trees and a sapling. 2008). Wildlife Section. 2011. Maintenance or enhancement of open canopy conditions will not be beneficial to shade-tolerant and forest-interior species. comm. viii + 75 pp. 168-174 pp. Gymnocladus Dioica from Burncoose Nurseries available online to buy - Information: handsome slow growing tree with pods of seeds which were used as a substitute for coffee after roasting. This plant has no children Legal Status. In addition to providing these benefits, the 1 × 1 km UTM grid may represent the accuracy of the best available information (e.g., occurrence or suitable habitat/biophysical features) for certain locations (e.g., the location would require field verification to improve the accuracy). It is designated Threatened in Canada under the Species at Risk Act (SARA). Academic Press, San Diego, California. One or more action plans for Kentucky Coffee-tree will be posted on the Species at Risk Public Registry by December 2021. Drains, dams and other flood control measures upriver from floodplain occurrences can threaten Kentucky Coffee-tree populations occurring in this habitat type. It is native to the Midwest, primarily southern Michigan and Ohio southwest to Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Gymnocladus dioicus . Zaya and Howe 2009 support this and hypothesize that the entire life cycle of Kentucky Coffee-tree is a relic of processes and environments driven by extinct large mammals. Corylus avellana 'Contorta' Harry Lauder's Walking Stick. However, no comprehensive data on non native populations in Ontario are available. comm. With that being said, there is some indication that suitable habitat still exists at historic locations that have not been visited for many years (pre-1991) and that populations at these locations may remain extant. Damage to saplings is generally the result of the deposition of cormorant guano (droppings) whereas older trees are damaged directly by nesting activities (Dobbyn pers. Although the continued presence of Kentucky Coffee-tree has been confirmed for the Walpole Island First Nation populations (see Appendix C), the information available to Environment Canada is from 1986 and the specific location of the trees is unclear. Section 4: A Habitat Strategy for Lake Erie, in, Lake Erie LaMP 2002 (PDF ; 426 Kb). comm. In addition to changes in the forest structure, individual Kentucky Coffee-trees were shown to be one of the most susceptible species to mortality from heavy and prolonged flooding (Yin et al. and M.T. at dusk (Ambrose and Kevan 1990). Personal communications with K. Hayes, February 2007. Personal communication by email with E. Followes, October 2007. Based on the criteria below, critical habitat is identified for certain extant native populations of Kentucky Coffee-tree that exist within natural settings (e.g., floodplain woodlands and woodland edges of marshes) to allow for natural dispersal and expansion of populations and to provide suitable habitat in the vicinity of populations to allow for possible augmenting of populations with opposite-sex individuals. Jacobs, C. 2011. Site Occupancy Criterion: A site is considered occupied when a native Kentucky Coffee-tree has been observed between 1992 and 2011 in suitable habitat. Sites where Kentucky Coffee-tree has been planted as part of a restoration program will not be considered for critical habitat identification until it can be determined that the plantings are successful. Populations are identified based on a separation distance of more than 1 km between individuals/stands. In 2007, many Kentucky Coffee-trees on these islands (13 trees and approximately 500 saplings on Middle Island and 80 trees and >1,200 saplings on East Sister Island) were showing signs of stress including extensive damage to the surrounding vegetation (Jalava et al. in West Africa and rhinoceroses (Rhinoceros spp. – Rank or status uncertain. In Canada, Kentucky Coffee-tree is found only in the province of Ontario; the national and subnational conservation ranks are imperilled[3] (N2 and S2, respectively) (NatureServe 2011). [accessed December 2006]. Gymnocladus dioica, commonly called Kentucky coffeetree or coffeetree, is a tall deciduous tree with rough, scaly gray-brown bark and large bipinnate compound leaves. Based on currently available information, 15 of the 23 extant native populations of Kentucky Coffee-tree in Canada occur within natural settings[12] (e.g., floodplain woodlands and woodland edges of marshes), with an additional six in landscaped or agricultural settings (e.g., agricultural fields, roadside ditches, lawns and fencerows) and two within undetermined settings (Appendix C). There are three species: ⁕Gymnocladus burmanicus ⁕Gymnocladus chinensis - soap tree ⁕Gymnocladus dioicus - Kentucky coffeetree. comm. Draft 11 – August, 2009. Origin Native to North America, probably originally found in forest of central states, but was introduced to the south and southeastern U.S. by Native Americans. **ANSI – Area of Natural and Scientific Interest. Pridham, D. and M. Irvine. Woodliffe, A. pers. USDA (United States Department of Agriculture). December 2011. Environment Canada, Ottawa. A strategic environmental assessment (SEA) is conducted on all SARA recovery planning documents, in accordance with the Cabinet Directive on the Environmental Assessment of Policy, Plan and Program Proposals. Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. 2 ii + 103 pp. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. 94 pp. Riparian habitat protection and restoration will be particularly compatible with the recovery efforts of the Canard River, Sydenham River and Thames River watersheds. However, it is recognized that strategies may also inadvertently lead to environmental effects beyond the intended benefits. Gymnocladus dioicus JPG1a.jpg 1,500 … The seeds require scarification[11] for germination to occur, yet no insect or rodent herbivores are known to have the ability to break the seed coat. Biota of North America Program (BONAP). 2006) has observed that through vegetative growth, new stems produced in the understory can reach the canopy if partial canopy conditions exist; thus, with a pre-existing population, the species can spread vegetatively without a fully open canopy. COSEWIC. Allen, P.F.J. OMNR (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources). 5A species that lives in the wild in Ontario but is likely to become endangered if steps are not taken to address factors threatening to lead to its extinction or extirpation. However, the individual trees within these populations may contain important genetic material that could be used to supplement the genetic diversity of populations occurring within natural habitat (e.g., through the transplanting of ramets) and may therefore be important to recovery. It is a rare component in naturally-occurring forest stands (USDA 2007) and will likely always be vulnerable to natural and human-influenced stressors. Of 33 known native populations, 23 are considered extant, with an estimated total population of fewer than 500 mature native trees. At extant sites characterize habitat, assess threats and investigate reproductive status. Natural flood cycles help to maintain open and semi-open canopy conditions required by the species and may also assist in spreading seeds to new locations. The species is restricted to southwestern Ontario and occurs only as a rare component in naturally-occurring forest stands (USDA 2007). Because no native herbivores consume the toxic Kentucky Coffee-tree seeds, its dispersal ability is also greatly reduced. and P. Mansur. A frequently-grown ornamental, the species is quite tolerant of urban, suburban and agricultural environments and thrives in areas that provide ample light. 2005; Koh 2005). Carey. May, N., pers. It is considered rare or uncommon and is seldom abundant throughout its range (Ambrose 1983). Carpinus caroliniana. 2010. St Clair Region Conservation Authority. comm. The species is also limited by: small, geographically-isolated populations, low rates of sexual reproduction and limited dispersal ability. In addition, the species can grow into large, dense monocultures that can lead to increased shading which would be detrimental to Kentucky Coffee-tree seeding establishment and ramet growth. 6 pp. 2007. 1999) and through the deposition of guano on trees, leaves and soil which can affect photosynthesis and soil chemistry (Hebert et al. Personal communications with J. Jalava, December 2006. The population and distribution objectives for the Kentucky Coffee-tree in Canada are to: maintain the abundance and distribution of native extant populations occurring within natural settings (e.g., floodplain woodlands and woodland edges of marshes), augment extant native single-sex populations (i.e., populations that are not sexually-reproducing) occurring within natural settings to attempt to establish sexually-reproducing populations, if biologically and technically feasible, and maintain the remaining extant native populations that occur in landscaped or agricultural settings either in situ or through their incorporation into, or use in the establishment of, populations in natural settings. Stems are very stout and well-spaced, resulting in a coarse winter texture. Weed Science 54:391–400. Gymnocladus in Kew Science Plants of the World online. It is shade-intolerant, requiring canopy openings for seedling establishment. This is a beautiful male form with excellent blue-green leaves that are doubly pinnately compound, 2-3' long. Accessed Jul 20 2019. Jalava, J.V., P.L. Rounded Shape. Acknowledgement and thanks is given to all other parties that provided advice and input used to help inform the development of this recovery strategy including various Aboriginal organizations and individuals, individual citizens, and stakeholders who provided input and/or participated in consultation meetings. Bowles, J.M., pers. Japanese Pagoda Tree or Scholartree. Populations on the Lake Erie Islands are usually in shallow-soiled open Common Hackberry-dominated limestone woodland (COSEWIC 2000). Middle-aged Kentucky Coffeetree. 1Common, widespread and abundant. 2006. Personal communications with J. Jalava, March 2011. 1994) and is only able to withstand infrequent flooding of short duration (McClain and Jackson 1980). 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