pure forest

pure forest

[′pyu̇r ¦fär·əst]
(forestry)
A forest in which one species makes up 80% or more of the total number of trees.
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Comparison of pure meadow habitat with mixed habitats of meadows--all other habitats, pure forest with mixed forest--other habitats as well as pure habitats--mixed habitats (in all cases not including anthropogenic landscape) did not show any significant differences for otter presence.
In the West, pure forests cover parts of the Rockies and Utah's Wasatch Range.