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Replacement communities for these mature forest areas take a great length of time to develop. These conditions must be the primary consideration in the evaluation of the value of the site habitats presented in the following sections. Forest overstory and understory as well as shrub layer and ground cover were surveyed along a transect established in this area. The quarter method Cottam and Curtis, was used to assess understory and overstory woody vegetation.

This method of forest inventory was accomplished by following a compass heading which ran through the habitat to be sampled and establishing sample points at meter intervals. Once a sampling point was reached, the area around the point was divided into four quarters. The tree nearest the established point in each quarter was located, and the species, diameter at breast height d. This was done for both understory and overstory trees.

Understory vegetation when present was considered to be trees of from 2. Overstory vegetation Table 6. Diameters were computed from circumference measurements. The shrub layer Table 6. Likewise a one meter square quadrat was centered around each point and all ground layer vegetation less than one meter was recorded Table 6. Wulphur hedgerows and field edges qrkansas surveyed by randomly placing a transect across one heavily wooded hedgerow Study Area B, Figure 6.

Plant species were identified along the transect and measurements were made as to distance from adjacent field borders and changes in elevation. In this way, cross sectional diagrams were prepared to give a qualitative view of two typical and common habitats on site Figures 6.

A drainage ditch allowed the rokc of a pond on the margin of this woodland. This, together with nearby beaver dams increased flooding and dampness within the forest.

Some of the hornny common trees of this woodland Table 6. Because of a closed canopy, shrub, understory, and ground cover were generally sparse. Species present in the understory and shrub layer included buttonbush Cephalanthus occidentalis. Vines were common to the swamp forest and included pepper vine Ampelopsis arboreabuckwheat vine Brunnichia cirrhosatrumpet creeper Campsis radicansVirginia creeper Parthenocissus quinquefoliaand catbrier Smilax bona-nox.

Ground cover was present in scattered localities throughout the forest. Some of the more common herbaceous plants 6.

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Portions of a forest adjacent to the pond contained species such as water elm and swamp privet that are characteristic of a river swamp community. The majority of this woodlot, however, was at a slightly greater elevation and possessed a species composition that indicated a rocl change to a less hydric situation. The present forest compositon most closely resembled that of a river border community. As succession continues within this forest type, a mixed bottomland forest dominated by sweet gum-red maple-swamp oak, may eventually form Braun, This area is con- sidered upland forest and offered an insight into what forest types occur on more well drained sites.

This forest was younger in age than the river border community ly described, and the more open arkansaz within the forest allowed a greater development of understory, shrub layer, and ground cover.

Ohrny values for the overstory, understory, shrub layer, and ground cover were computed to characterize the species composition of this forest community Tables 6. The importance values are the sum of the relative density, relative dominance, and relative frequency, also given in the tables. The forest understory Table tet. The overstory Table 6. Other important constituents of the overstory were bitternut hickory Carya cordiformisslippery elm Ulmus rubraash Fraxinus sp.

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The ground cover Table 6. This plant, however, was present in textt local concentrations as is indicated by its ex- tremely low relative frequency. Many of the species of this forest such as false buckthorn Bumelia lanuginosaeastern redbud Cereis canadensisred buckeye, and post oak Quercus stellata suggest a close association to the Oak-Hickory Forest Region which occurs west of the site.

Most hedge- rows are located hlrny agricultural fields along drainage creeks. The creeks are generally seasonal streams carrying water only during periods of heavy precipitation.

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Examples of the structure of hedgerow communi- ties in the area are presented in Figures 6. The center of the hedgerow tsxt lowest in elevation and forms the bed of the seasonal stream. Species of this low area generally are adapted to a moist habitat which is comparable to portions of the ly sulphuur poorly drained forest and swamp.

Commonly encountered woody species included silver maple, ash, and buttonbush. Ground cover tended to be sparse in the center of most hedgerows.

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Species present included rose mallow Hibiscus lasiocarposbroadleaf uniola Um'ola latifoliaand poison ivy Rhus radicans. The elevated outer margins of the hedgerow comprise a better drained wooded habitat. Trees of common occurrence included honey locust, osage orange Madura pomiferared mulberry Morus rubraand sycamore Plantanus occidental is.

If the land presently in agriculture was allowed to proceed through the stages of natural succession, species composition would be expected to be similar. This forest type has been defined as a river border community Braun, Vines were of particular abundance in all portions of hedgerows and forested edge. Some of the more common species included raccoon grape Ampelopsis cordatabuckwheat vine, trumpet creeper, Japanese honey- suckle, and Virginia creeper.

Because hedgerows are very narrow in 6. Species composition of hedgerows was generally uniform over much of the study area. Forested edge and hedgerows bordering the White River were similar to those located a greater distance from the river. This tends to support the assumption that the site would develop into a rather sulphur forest with species comparable to those present along hedgerows if allowed to proceed through the stages of horny succession.

Herbaceous Hedgerows and Field Margins This habitat was arkansas along the margins of cultivated fields. Clearing in the recent past has prevented succession from proceeding to the stage in which woody species become established. Species compo- sition Table 6. Species of rock abundance and widespread occurrence included common ragweed, daisy fleabane Erigeron annuus. Ditch and Pond Bank Vegetation bordering the drainage ditches and ponds in the site vicinity includes plants adapted to a moist or semi-aquatic habitat Table 6.

Clearing in the recent past has created an early suc- cessional community comprised of species such as tooth-cup Ammannia coccineaknotweed Polygonum densiflorummarsh yellow cress Rorippa islandicagrass-leaved arrowhead Sagittaria gramineaand blue text Verbena hastata. Black willow Salix m'gra constituted the initial woody invader of this habitat. Summary In summary, the forested section discussed under swamp forest has reached the highest degree of successional development onsite.

This 6. Although woody hedgerows and forested edge may possess mature tree species, the relative narrow width enables sur- rounding early successional growth to heavily influence the species composition of understory, shrub layer, and ground cover. The remaining site area habitats should be considered of low ecological value since they are capable of developing through succession in a relatively short period of time.

No rare or endangered species or plant communities of hrny uniqueness were observed during site investigations. Of the 93 species of herpetiles which can be found in Arkansas Conant,approximately 70 include the Independence site in their range Table 6.

Local population s and available habitat dictate which species occur on the site. Ad- ditional observations were made during night-lighting efforts which arjansas 5.

Drainage canals near the survey route were also searched during the night-lighting effort. Identification and nomenclature follow Conant The fence rows 6. Cover is abundant in these areas, as is food in the form of insects for skinks and lizards, fruits and vegetation sluphur the box turtle, and rodents for snakes. Population densities are probably quite low, particularly in the fence rows, as arkanssa amount of cover is limited by the width of the fence arkabsas.

Hawks and owls probably prey heavily on any snake or lizard that ventures out into the sur- rounding fields. The drainage canals near the site present habitat that is useful to many amphibians and several aquatic reptiles. Turtles such as the snapping turtle Chelydra serpentina. Several species of water snakes as well as garter Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis and ribbon snakes T.

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The White River is an important habitat for aquatic herpetiles. All the turtles mentioned ly as well as the red-eared slider Chrysemys scripta elegansMissouri slider Chrysemys floridama hoyiand stinkpot Sternotherus odoratus are expected to occur in the White River. Much of the shoreline near the site has been swept clean of debris so there is little habitat available to snakes or lizards except in cases where undisturbed vegetation is found near the river.

The species which were actually observed in the vicinity and are reasonably expected to occur on the site are presented in EIS Table 5. The green treefrog Hyla cinereasouthern leopard frog Rana utriculariaFowler's toad Bufo woodhousei fowleriand dwarf American toad Bufo americanus charlesmith were observed on the road during the night 6. Upland chorus frogs Pseudacris triseriata feriarum were heard calling from drainage canals at night.

The ornate box turtle was found along a fence row near the site and the red-eared slider was observed along the bank of the White River. The only endangered or threatened herpetile that may occur on this site is the ornate box turtle. This herpetile is considered endangered in Arkansas and although it may occur on the site, is found primarily in prairie-grassland habitats in the interior highlands northwestern portion of the State. Habitats that are havens for this species occur off the site in the area and should provide ample food and cover for the migration of ornate box turtles that exist on this site.

Grain crops are a valuable food source to seed-eating and granivorous species while insects associated with agricultural lands are very attractive to insectivorous species.

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Fence rows in various stages of growth and scattered woodlots afford habitats to edge and woodland texf, while the river and other water bodies attract aquatic birds and waterfowl. Over species of birds include the site within their natural ranges Table 6.

Twenty-five of these species were observed near the site. An additional eighteen species were seen during waterfowl surveys in the site vicinity. These methods were an auto survey and a modified strip census. The auto survey covered 5. This survey was run three mornings.