Myrmica pinetorum: A single individual was collected at a bait station in the barren zone, and a colony was found nesting at the base of an isolated eastern red cedar
tree in the barren zone.
At plot 20, the near-surface value decreased to -24.7 [per thousand] which is characteristic of [C.sub.3] plant dominance and suggests a more extensive shift from past [C.sub.4] grasses to the current vegetative cover dominated almost entirely by [C.sub.3] plants; e.g., bur oak, eastern red cedar
, prickly ash, etc.
Eastern red cedar
is a fire intolerant species and prescribed burns are a typical method of removal from a site (Solecki, 1997).
Particleboard manufactured from eastern red cedar
. Forest Prod.
In the spring of 1995, the plantings at Robert Moses State Park included hundreds of Eastern red cedar
and bayberry, along with beach grasses.
Resin deposition in heartwood, as found in eastern red cedar
(Juniperus virginiana L.), might be expected to raise the heartwood cation concentration relative to sapwood as a result of increased binding capacity from resin constituents (Momoshima and Bondietti 1990).
He removes eastern red cedar
trees, and then uses the timber to make wall treatments, bar tops, or other home interior items.
Add dogwood, holly, hawthorn, and eastern red cedar
trees to your landscape, and in out of the way places, leave the pokeweed, elderberry, and sumac for the bluebirds.
Changes in prairie vegetation under eastern red cedar
(Juniperus virginianan L.) in an eastern Nebraska bluestem prairie.
My wife and daughter had seen a scrub cedar (eastern red cedar
) near the road and took me to look at it.
Eastern red cedar
often performs more like a dense hardwood.
A framework to analyze markets for traditional and nontraditional Midwestern agroforestry products: The case of eastern red cedar
. Temperate Agroforestry: In: Proc.