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SHEET FOR AUTOMATIC CALCULATION OF FUNCTION SCORES - revised October 2005
Riverine Impounding subclass
Site Name:                                                             Date:

Starting in row 31, replace any values in green cells (mostly columns B and D) with your new data.
Blue cells will calculate automatically
It is recommended to do a "Save As" from this blank spreadsheet for each use, assigning different file names. This will help reduce the
chance of confusing new data with previously entered data.
For reference, the function(s) addressed by each indicator are noted in column E. Codes are shown below next to the function names.
The capital letter in the code (e.g., af-B) in column E refers to the code for the indicator in the published Volume IA.
HFR= scaled to highest functioning site of this subclass found by DSL; LAR= scaled to least-altered site of this subclass found by
DSL Scores greater than 1 indicate the capacity of the function at the site you assessed may be greater than in all sites of this subclass
assessed by the DSL team during model calibration.
Data must be entered for every indicator, unless the scale block for this subclass is shaded. Each value in column D must be less than
or equal to 1.

                                                                         Calculated Function Capacity
                                                                                   for RI sites
Function:                                                                  if HFR:           if LAR:
Water Storage & Delay (ws)                                                    0.70              0.70
Sediment Stabilization & Phosphorus Retention (sp)                            0.83              0.83
Nitrogen Removal (n)                                                          0.97              1.04
Thermoregulation (t)                                                          0.51              0.51
Primary Production (pp)                                                       0.90              0.90
Resident Fish Habitat Support (rf)                                            0.00              0.00
Anadromous Fish Habitat Support (af)                                          1.01              1.16
Invertebrate Habitat Support (i)                                              0.96              1.07
Amphibian & Turtle Habitat (at)                                               0.79              0.80
Breeding Waterbird Support (bw)                                               0.98              1.02
Wintering & Migrating Waterbird Support (ww)                                  0.46              0.63
Songbird Habitat Support (sb)                                                 0.95              1.00
Support of Characteristic Vegetation (v)                                      0.72              0.82

Note 1: Models and scores for ws, sp, n, and pp intentionally do not account for the area of the wetland, an especially important factor
for these functions
Note 2: This method should be applied to an entire contiguous wetland, not just to the portion affected directly by a planned alteration
or restoration.

Indicator                                                                Raw Datum        Scale for RI      Scaled Datum Function
                                                                                              sites
Presence of permanent surface water (water year-round during most                       absent = 0                          sb-P
years)? (p. 82)                                                                         present = 1.0                       rf-X
Site is permanently inundated and connected to other bodies of                          Yes = 1                    1        t-X
water by surface water during at least part of summer.                                  No = 0
Percent of permanent zone that is open water (i.e., lacking emergent                    100 =.1                   0.6       at-M
and underwater plants) (p. 79)                                                          80-99 =.8
                                                                                        60-80 = 1.0
(answer "0" if no permanent zone is present)                                            40-60 =.8
                                                                                        20-40 =.4
                                                                                        1-20 =.2
                                                                                        0 =0




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Percent of site that is inundated only seasonally (i.e., watermarks,                none = 0       0.8   rf-D
moss lines, debris lines, etc.) (p. 81)                                              1-10 =.1            af-B
                                                                                   10-30 =.3
                                                                                   30-60 =.5
                                                                                   60-90 =.7
                                                                                   > 90 = 1.0
                                                                                   none = 0        0.7   i-B
                                                                                     1-10 =.1            n-A
                                                                                   10-30 =.3             ws-A
                                                                                   30-60 =.5
                                                                                   60-90 =.7
                                                                                   > 90 = 1.0
                                                                                   none = 0        0.9   ww-A
                                                                                   1-20 =.5
                                                                                   20-40 =.7
                                                                                   40-60 =.8
                                                                                   60-80 =.9
                                                                                   >80 = 1.0
At least 0.5 acre of surface water persists until at least July 1 and              Yes = 1         1     bw-X
water is mostly wider than 10 ft?                                                  No = 0
Type of connection to associated channel: (p. 71, 85)                              SSC/SSD= 0      1     rf-c
                                                                                   PPD =.25
PPD= perm diffuse connection to/from an onsite perm pool                           PPC =.5
PPC= perm constricted connection from an onsite perm pool                          SPD =.75
SPD= seas diffuse connection to/from an onsite perm pool                           SPC = 1.0
SPC= seas constricted connection to/from onsite perm pools                         none = 0        0.2   af-A
SSC= seas constricted connection to/from onsite seas pools                         SPC =.2
SSD= seas diffuse connection to/from onsite seas pools                             PPC =.4
                                                                                   SPD =.6
(perm = permanent; seas = seasonal)                                                SSC =.8
                                                                                   PPD/SSD = 1.0
                                                                                   none       =0   0.9   i-C
                                                                                   SSC/SSD =.4
                                                                                   PPC/PPD =.8
                                                                                   SPC/SPD = 1.0
During high water, part of site is accessible to anadromous fish?                  Yes = 1          1    af-X
                                                                                   No = 0
Predominant water depth during biennial low water (p. 82)                          <1” =.1         0.9   rf-A
                                                                                   1-2” =.2              t-B
                                                                                   2-24” =.7
                                                                                   24”-6’ =.9
                                                                                   >6ft = 1.0
                                                                                     0" = 0         1    bw-D
                                                                                   1-2" =.6
                                                                                   2-24” = 1.0
                                                                                   2-6 ft =.8
                                                                                   >6 ft =.6
                                                                                   0      =.1       1    i-D
                                                                                   1-2” =.4
                                                                                   2-24” = 1.0
                                                                                   >24” =.8
Percent of site occupied by the most extensive depth category at this              100      =0     0.8   bw-B
site during biennial low water. (p. 81). (Delimit the low water zone               80-100 =.1
first, then break into these depth categories, then identify the                   50-80 =.4
category that predominates horizontally).                                          30-50 =.8
                                                                                   <30 = 1.0
(Possible categories are: 0 inches; 1-2 inches; 2-24 inches; 2-6 feet;
< 6 feet)
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Percent of surface water in the 2-6 ft depth category during biennial            0     = 0   1   rf-B
low water (p. 80)                                                                1-10 =.4
                                                                                 10-30 =.6
                                                                                 >30 = 1.0
Difference between the predominating biennial high and low water                 0) = 0      0   n-B
levels (p. 71)                                                                   1) =.3          at-E
                                                                                 2) =.5          bw-E
0) = No change                                                                   3) =.8
1) = Difference of 1 class                                                       4) = 1.0
2) = Difference of 2 classes
3) = Difference of 3 classes
4) = Difference of 4 classes                                                     0) = 0      0   ww-F
                                                                                 1) = .25
Class 1 = 0 inches                                                               2) = .5
Class 2 = 1-2 inches                                                             3) = .75
Class 3 = 2-24 inches                                                            4) = 1.0
Class 4 = 2-6 feet
Class 5 = > 6 feet
Predominant vertical increase in surface water level (ft) in most of             <2 =.2      1   ws-B
the seasonal zone (i.e., water marks, moss lines, debris lines, etc.             2-3 =.4
Look at the highest point for 2 year flood and measure the difference            4-6 =.6
from biennial low)                                                               7-10=.8
                                                                                 >10=1.0
Number of depth categories during biennial high water. (p. 77)                   1=0         1   bw-C
                                                                                 2 =.3
Categories are:                                                                  3 =.6
 ___ 1 - 2 inches                                                                4 = 1.0
 ___ 2 - 24 inches                                                               1 = .1      1   ww-E
 ___ 2 – 6 ft                                                                    2 = .3
 ___ > 6 ft                                                                      3 = .6
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Percent & distribution of pools during biennial high water. If none,               A=0       0.85   sp-C
answer "A". See p. 80 for enlargement of diagram.                                  B =.1            ww-D
                                                                                   C =.2            i-E, at-A. af-
Note: if site is > 1 acre, select the condition that predominates in 1             D =.3            D
acre sub-units of the site.                                                        E =.4
                                                                                   F =.5
                                                                                   J =.6
                                                                                   H =.7
                                                                                   I =.8
                                                                                   K =.9
                                                                                   G = 1.0




Percent & distribution of pools during biennial low water. (p. 80)                 A=0       0.8    bw-A, pp-E,
                                                                                   B =.1            n-I
(Note: if site is > 1 acre, select the condition that predominates in 1            C =.2
acre sub-units of the site.)                                                       D =.3
 A = None                                                                          E =.4
                                                                                   F =.5
                                                                                   J =.6
                                                                                   H =.7
                                                                                   I =.8
                                                                                   K =.9
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Maximum annual extent of vernal pools/ shorebird scrapes and                     A=0             0     ww-B
mudflats: (p. 76)                                                                B =.7
 A = none                                                                        C =.8
 B = 1 – 100 sq. ft.                                                             D =.9
 C = 100-1000 sq. ft.                                                            E = 1.0
 D = 1000 – 10,000 sq. ft.
 E = >10,000 sq. ft

Must meet ALL of the following:
a) herbs are generally < 4” and comprise < 80% ground cover during
winter or early spring
b) topography is basically flat
c) inundated to a depth of < 6” for 2 or more continuous weeks
d) never shaded by trees, shrubs, or buildings
e) not entirely a constructed ditch

Presence of logs, boulders, or other underwater features that could              absent = 0      1     af-E
provide shelter for fish?                                                        present = 1.0         rf-E
Presence of logs that extend above the surface of permanent water                absent = 0      1     at-G
(p. 84)                                                                          present = 1.0
Predominant soil texture: (p 83)                                                 GC =.1          0.8   sp-D
GC= gravel or cobble                                                             SA =.2
SA=sand, sandy loam, or loamy sand                                               L =.8
L= loam, silty loam, gravelly loam                                               C/O = 1.0
C= clay, sandy clay, silty clay, clay loam, silty clay loam
O= organic particles<1mm

Guidance: 1. Soil remains in a ball when squeezed
   YES…Go to 3; NO …Go to 2
2. > 50% of the particles (by weight) are > 1 mm
   YES…”GC”; NO …”SA”
3. Squeezed soil forms an even ribbon
   YES…Go to 4; NO …”SA”
4. Soil ribbon extended > 1" without breaking
   YES…”C/O”; NO …Go to 5
5. Soils feels very gritty
   YES... "SA"; NO…”L”
Presence of some mottling and/or other features that indicate oxygen             absent = 0      1     n-X
deficits, or, permanent water is present                                         present = 1.0
Mapped soil series is hydric (not simply a hydric inclusion). See                1= yes          0     v-C
county soil map and p. 75.                                                       0= no                 at-D
                                                                                                       ww-G
                                                                                                       i-I
Percent of site that was constructed on former uplands (non-hydric               6) = 0          1     i-J
soil) (p. 81):                                                                   5) = .1               at-K
6) = recent, >90% of site                                                        4) = .2               v-K
5) = recent, 10-90% of site                                                      3) = .3               n-D
4) = recent, 1-10% of site                                                       2) = .4
3) = >5 years ago, >90% of site                                                  1) = .5
2) = >5 years ago, 10-90% of site                                                0) = 1.0
1) = >5 years ago, 1-10% of site
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Tally the percent of surrounding land cover (exclude the site itself) as exists during a typical May. Answer each row
independently. They do not necessarily sum to 100% .

     within 200 ft of the site boundary:
        a. % Water, wetland =                                                 5
        b. % Grassland, water, wetland =                                      5
        c. % Grassland, row crops =                                           0
        d. % Wooded =                                                        80
        e. % Natural (not lawn, cropland, paved, buildings)=                 90
     within 1000 ft:
        f. % Water, wetland =                                                 1
        g. % Grassland, water, wetland =                                      1
        h. % Grassland, row crops =                                           2
        i. % Wooded =                                                        65
        j. % Natural =                                                       70
     within 5,280 ft:
        k. % Water, wetland =                                                 1
        l. % Grassland, row crops =                                           1
          m. % Wooded =                                                      20

In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B    (=         5         0= 0                     0.4     bw-I
a), above)                                                                             1–10 =.4                         ww-I
                                                                                       10-20 =.8
                                                                                       >20 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B               4         <10 =.1                  0.1     sb-N
(=(b), above)                                                                          10-20 =.2
                                                                                       20-40 =.4
                                                                                       40-60 =.6
                                                                                       60-80 =.8
                                                                                       >80 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B               0         <10 = 0                   0      ww-K
(=(c), above)                                                                          10-20 = .1
                                                                                       20-40 = .3
                                                                                       40-80 = .5
                                                                                       80-90 = .7
                                                                                       90-100 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B               80             0= 0                0.8     sb-I
(=(d), above)                                                                          1-10 =.1
                                                                                       10-20 =.2
                                                                                       20-40 =.4
                                                                                       40-60 =.6
                                                                                       60-80 =.8
                                                                                       >80 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B               90        <10 = 0                   1      i-L
(=(e), above)                                                                          10-20 = .1                       at-O
                                                                                       20-40 = .3                       v-R
                                                                                       40-80 = .5
                                                                                       80-90 = .7
                                                                                       90-100 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B               2         none = 0                 0.4     ww-H
(=(a+f+k)/3), above)                                                                   1 – 10 =.4                       bw-J
                                                                                       10-20 =.8
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In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B              1    <10 = 0        0     ww-J
(=(c+h+l)/3), above)                                                             10-20 = .1
                                                                                 20-40 = .3
                                                                                 40-80 = .5
                                                                                 80-90 = .7
                                                                                 90-100 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B (=          55    <10 =.1        0.6   sb-J
(d+i+m)/3), above)                                                               10-20 =.2
                                                                                 20-40 =.4
                                                                                 40-60 =.6
                                                                                 60-80 =.8
                                                                                 >80 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B    (=       80    <10 = 0        0.7   bw-K
(e+j)/2), above)                                                                 10-20 = .1
                                                                                 20-40 = .3
                                                                                 40-80 = .5
                                                                                 80-90 = .7
                                                                                 90-100 = 1.0
In column D, enter the scaled value for the number in column B             3.5   <10 =.1        0.1   sb-O
(= (b+g)/2), above)                                                              10-20 =.2
                                                                                 20-40 =.4
                                                                                 40-60 =.6
                                                                                 60-80 =.8
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Percent of land cover within 200 ft (but only in the contributing                   <10 = 0            1     pp-F
watershed) that is “natural” – that is, NOT cropland, lawns,                        10-20 =.1
pavement, or buildings (p. 79)                                                      20-40 =.3
                                                                                    40-90 =.5
                                                                                    90-100 = 1.0
                                                                                    <10 = 0            1     rf-f
                                                                                    10-20 =.1                at-Q
                                                                                    20-40 =.3                af-G
                                                                                    40-90 =.5
                                                                                    90-99 =.9
                                                                                    100 = 1.0
                                                                                    <10 = 0            1     i-M
                                                                                    10-20 =.1                v-Q
                                                                                    20-40 =.3
                                                                                    40-90 =.5
                                                                                    90-99 =.9
                                                                                    100 = 1.0
Percent woodland divided by percent grassland-crops within 200 ft                   <.1     =.1        0.1   at-P
of the site (p. 71)                                                                 0.1-0.8 =.6
                                                                                    0.8-1.2 = 1.0
                                                                                    1.2 –2.0 =.6
                                                                                    >2.0    =.1
Distance (ft) to nearest busy road (p. 71)                                          <100       =0      0.8   bw-G
                                                                                    100-300 =.3              at-N
This includes a) any road or parking lot in a develop area that                     300-600 =.5              v-P
contains >4 buildings per acre, b) any road with a maximum traffic                  600-1200 =.7             sb-R
rate of > 6 vehicles per minute, during an average day during the                   1200-2400 =.8
summer                                                                              2400-4800 =.9
                                                                                    >4800      = 1.0

Note: The following 5 rows must sum to 100%. The number of visitors is immaterial.
Percent of site including 100-ft buffer that is visited 365 days a year        0
or almost so =
Percent of site including 100-ft buffer that is visited more than 80           0
days a year (>20% of year), but less than daily =
Percent of site including 100-ft buffer that is visited 20-80 days a           0
year (e.g., about once a week) =
Percent of site including 100-ft buffer that is visited just a few days a      0
year =
Percent of site including 100-ft buffer that is almost never visited =        100

(see p. 72 for assistance interpreting the above)
Scale the value in column B (to the right) and enter in column D.             500   100-200 = 0        1     bw-H
                                                                                    200-300 =.3              v-O
                                                                                    300-400 =.7              sb-Q
                                                                                    400-500 =1.0
Percent of site affected by soil leveling                                           100 =.1            1     at-C
                                                                                    10-99 =.3                i-G
(i.e., portion previously leveled by equipment for use as cropland)                 1-10 =.6                 pp-D
                                                                                    0 = 1.0                  sp-F
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Percent of site currently affected by soil compaction:                            5/6) =.1       0.5   sp-G
(i.e., by equipment, vehicles, livestock, humans, fill)                           4) =.2               v-M
   6 = recent, at >90% of site                                                    3) =.4               sb-K
   5 = recent, at 10-90% of site                                                  2) =.6
   4 = recent, at 1-10% of site                                                   1) =.8
   3 = >5 years ago, >90% of site                                                 0) = 1.0
   2 = >5 years ago, 10-90% of site
   1 = >5 years ago, 1-10% of site
   0 = none

Percent of site's vegetation that is mowed or subject to extreme                  >90 = 0        1     sb-L
grazing at least annually (p. 81)                                                 10-90 =.2            v-N
                                                                                  1-10 =.4
                                                                                  none = 1.0
Percent of site currently affected by soil mixing (plowing,                       5 or 6) =.1    1     at-f
excavation, bulldozing, etc.): (p. 81)                                            4) =.2               i-H
  6 = recent, at >90% of site                                                     3) =.4               v-L
  5 = recent, at 10-90% of site                                                   2) =.6               pp-A
  4 = recent, at 1-10% of site                                                    1) =.8               n-C
  3 = >5 years ago, >90% of site                                                  0) = 1.0             sp-E
  2 = >5 years ago, 10-90% of site
  1 = >5 years ago, 1-10% of site
  0 = none
Percent of the site that is vegetated (including submersed aquatics)              <10 =.1        1     sb-A
(p. 82)                                                                           10-20 =.2            v-A
                                                                                  20-40 =.4
                                                                                  40-60 =.6
                                                                                  60-80 =.8
                                                                                  >80 = 1.0
Percent of site with woody vegetation (p. 82)                                     <10 =.1        0.4   sb-b
                                                                                  10-20 =.2
                                                                                  20-40 =.4
                                                                                  40-60 =.6
                                                                                  60-80 =.8
                                                                                  >80 = 1.0
Percent of seasonal zone that is bare during most of the dry season.                >80 = 0      0.8   pp-G
(i.e., devoid of vegetation, except trees)                                        60-80 =.2            sp-H
                                                                                  40-60 =.4
(Answer “0” if no seasonal zone)                                                  20-40 =.6
                                                                                    1-20 =.8
                                                                                      0 = 1.0
Percent of site that is inundated permanently and contains emergent,              0    =0        1     i-A
floating, or submersed plants (p. 72)                                             1-10 =.9
                                                                                  >10 = 1.0
                                                                                  0     = 0      0.8   bw-F
                                                                                  1-10 =.4
                                                                                  10-30 =.8
                                                                                  30-60 = 1.0
                                                                                  60-90 =.9
                                                                                  >90 =.4
Percent cover of emergent plants (and woody plants <2 ft tall) within             0      = 0     0.1   at-L
the seasonal zone (p. 72)                                                         1-20 =.1
                                                                                  20-40 =.6
                                                                                  40-60 =.75
                                                                                  60-80 =.85
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Percent of whole site that has a closed canopy (p. 80)                            <10 =.1        0.4   sb-C
                                                                                  10-20 =.2
                                                                                  20-40 =.4
                                                                                  40-60 =.6
                                                                                  60-80 =.8
                                                                                  >80 = 1.0
Percent of the site that is inundated only seasonally and contains a              0     =0       1     af-C
closed canopy (p. 80)                                                             1-20 =.7
                                                                                  20-80 = 1.0
                                                                                  >80 = .9
Percent of permanent zone shaded by woody or emergent plants (p.                   1-10 =.4      0.4   t-A
80)                                                                               10-20 =.6
                                                                                  20-40 =.7
                                                                                  40-60 =.8
                                                                                  60-80 =.9
                                                                                  >80 = 1.0
Percent understory shrub & vine cover beneath the drip line of trees              <10 =.1        1     sb-D
(p. 82)                                                                           10-20 =.2
                                                                                  20-40 =.4
(Answer “0” if no wooded areas)                                                   40-60 =.6
                                                                                  60-80 =.8
                                                                                  >80 = 1.0
Number & distribution of vegetation forms --- herbs, shrubs, trees.               A=0            0.8   pp-B
If only one form, answer "A". To count, the patch must comprise                   B2 =.60              v-B
>0.5 acre or >5% of vegetated area. See p. 77 for enlargement of                  C2 =.65              at-J
diagram.                                                                          B1 =.70              i-K
                                                                                  C1,D =.75            sb-H
                                                                                  E2 =.80
                                                                                  F2 =.85
                                                                                  E1 =.90
                                                                                  F1 =.95
                                                                                   G = 1.0




Number of woody species (p. 82)                                                   unwooded = 0   0.9   sb-E
                                                                                  1-3 =.1
                                                                                  4-7 =.25
                                                                                  8-11 =.5
                                                                                  12-14 =.75
                                                                                  15-20 =.9
                                                                                  >20 = 1.0
Number of native woody species (p. 78)                                             0 =0          1     v-F
                                                                                  1-3 =.1
                                                                                  4-5 =.25
                                                                                  6-8 =.5
                                                                                  9-12 =.75
                                                                                  13-15 =.9
                                                                                  >15 = 1.0




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Percent of woody species list consisting of species that are native (p.             0     =0       1     v-g
78)                                                                                 1-56 =.1
                                                                                    57-72 =.25
                                                                                    73-78 =.5
                                                                                    79-85 =.75
                                                                                    86-99 =.9
                                                                                    100 = 1.0
Percent of woody cover within stratum that is comprised of non-                     100 = 0        1     v-H
native species (p. 82)                                                              40-99 =.1
                                                                                    20-39 =.25
(Use the greater of the tree, understory shrub, or open shrub                       10-19 =.5
stratum’s percent)                                                                  5-9 =.75
                                                                                    1-4 =.9
                                                                                    0     = 1.0
Spatial predominance of non-native herbs (p. 84)                                    A=0            0     v-D
A = Non-natives predominate                                                         B =.5
B = Cannot determine (about equal)                                                  C = 1.0
C = Natives predominate
Percent of herb species list comprised of species that are non-native                  100 = 0     1     v-E
(p. 80)                                                                             85-99 =.1
                                                                                    75-84 =.25
                                                                                    63-74 =.5
                                                                                    50-62 =.75
                                                                                    34-49 =.9
                                                                                    0 -33 = 1.0
Average diameter (inches) of the 3 largest trees. (p. 71)                           none = 0      0.75   sb-G
                                                                                    1-12 =.1             v-J
                                                                                    13-19 =.25           at-I
                                                                                    20-27 =.5            n-F
                                                                                    28-44 =.75
                                                                                    45-52 =.9
                                                                                    >52 = 1.0
Number of deadwood types. Potentially 12 types: (p. 77)                             0     =0      0.9    sb-F
___ Class 1: freshly fallen, have bark & branches, 4-8”                             1-2 =.1              v-I
___ Class 1: freshly fallen, have bark & branches, 8-20”                            3-5 =.25             n-E
___ Class 1: freshly fallen, have bark & branches, >20”                             6-8 =.5              af-F
___ Class 2: mildly rotted and mostly on ground: 4-8”                               9-10 =.75            at-H
___ Class 2: mildly rotted and mostly on ground: 8-20”                              11-12 =1.0
___ Class 2: mildly rotted and mostly on ground: >20”
___ Class 3: well rotted, losing shape: 4-8”
___ Class 3: well rotted, losing shape: 8-20”
___ Class 3: well rotted, losing shape: >20”
___ Standing stumps/snags: 4-8”
___ Standing stumps/snags: 8-20”
___ Standing stumps/snags: >20”
___ Artificial debris – check only if no others present




                                                                HGM version 12-02
Non-native


             Woody/Vine Percent Cover Data Form
             In columns D, E, and F, estimate cover of each species as a percent of all species in that column that are   WOODY PLANTS
             found at the site. Base your estimate on observations while walking through the site (no plots needed).        2 - 20 ft. tall
             Include upland trees if any branches extend into the wetland. Exclude plantings if planted within last 12
             months. If species cover is <10% of total, mark “T” (trace). Add any woody/vine species not listed.
             Each column must sum to 100%, unless there are no species in that category.
                                                                                                                          in open
             Abies grandis                            grand fir
                   §
             Acer circinatum                          vine maple
                   §
             Acer macrophyllum                        bigleaf maple
             Alnus rubra                              red alder
             Berberis (Mahonia) sp.                   Oregon-grape sp.
*            Convovulus spp.                          morning glory, bindweed
             Cornus sericea                           red-osier (creek) dogwood
             Corylus cornuta                          hazelnut
             Crataegus douglasii                      hawthorn
*            Crataegus monogyna                       English hawthorn
             Euonymus occidentalis                    Western Wahoo; burning bush
             Fraxinus latifolia                       Oregon ash
*            Hedera helix                             English ivy
             Holodiscus discolor                      Ocean-Spray
             Lonicera involucrata                     black twinberry
             Malus (Pyrus) fusca                      crabapple
             Menziesia ferruginea                     Fool's Huckleberry
             Oemleria cerasiformis                    Indian-plum
             Philadelphus lewisii                     Mockorange
             Physocarpus capitatus                    Pacific ninebark
             Populus balsamifera ssp. trichocarpa     black cottonwood
             Populus tremuloides                      Quaking Aspen
             Prunus emarginata                        Bitter Cherry
             Prunus virginiana                        Common Chokecherry
             Pseudotsuga menziesii                    Douglas-fir
*            Pyrus unidentified sp.1                  wild pear; wild apple
             Quercus garryana                         white oak
             Rhamnus purshiana                        cascara, buckthorn
             Rhus diversiloba                         poison oak
             Ribes sp.                                currant; gooseberry
             Rosa nutkana                             Nootka rose
*            Rosa eglanteria                          sweetbrier
             Rosa pisocarpa                           clustered wild rose
             Rosa unidentified sp. 1                  rose unidentified species
*            Rubus discolor                           Himalayan blackberry
*            Rubus lacinatus                          evergreen blackberry
             Rubus parviflorus                        thimbleberry
             Rubus spectabilis                        salmonberry
             Rubus ursinus                            trailing blackberry
             Salix fluviatilis                        river willow
             Salix geyeriana                          Geyer willow
             Salix hookeriana                         Hooker willow
             Salix lucida ssp. lasiandra              Pacific willow
    Salix rigida var. macrogemma      Rigid Willow
    Salix sessilifolia                Soft-Leaved Willow
    Salix sitchensis                  Sitka willow
    Sambucus racemosa                 red elderberry
*   Solanum dulcamara                 nightshade
*   Solanum niger                     black nightshade
    Spiraea betulifolia var. lucida   Shiny-Leaf Spiraea
    Spiraea douglasii                 Douglas spiraea
    Symphoricarpos albus              common snowberry
    Thuja plicata                     western red cedar
    Tsuga heterophylla                western hemlock
    Vaccinium alaskaense              Alaska Blueberry
    Vaccinium caepitosum              Bilberry
    Vaccinium ovatum                  Evergreen Huckleberry
    Vaccinium parvifolium             Red Huckleberry
WOODY PLANTS         TREES
  2 - 20 ft. tall    (>20 ft.)



            in
        understory
These herbaceous plants have been documented in wetland or riparian areas of the Portland area, and/or were found
Willamette Valley HGM reference wetlands.
In the first column, put a "1" next to the ones you find in the wetland being assessed, if they cover at least 100
necessarily as one patch). Be sure to first clear any "1's" entered from previous assessments. Add any unlist
Include woody seedlings shorter than 2 ft.

Summaries    Total number of herb species                               0
             Number of herb species that are non-native
             Percent of herb species that are non-native


                                                            Indicator
>100 sqft?   Scientific Name                                Status          Native?
             Acer circinatum                                FAC-             yes
             Acer macrophyllum                              FACU             yes
             Achillea millefolium                           FACU             yes
             Adiantum aleuticum                             FAC              yes
             Adiantum pedatum                               FAC              yes
             Agrostis capillaris (tenuis)                   FAC               no
             Agrostis exarata                               FACW             yes
             Agrostis scabra                                FAC              yes
             Agrostis stolonifera (alba)(gigantea)          FACW              no
             Aira caryophyllea                              NOL               no
             Alisma lanceolatum                             OBL               no
             Alisma plantago-aquatica                       OBL              yes
             Alisma triviale                                OBL              yes
             Alliaria officinalis                           NOL               no
             Allium amplectens                              NOL              yes
             Allium vineale                                 NI                no
             Alopecurus aequalis                            OBL              yes
             Alopecurus geniculatus                         OBL              yes
             Alopecurus pratensis                           FACW              no
             Alopecurus saccatus                            OBL              yes
             Amaranthus albus                               FACU             yes
             Anagallis arvensis                             FAC               no
             Anaphalis margaritacea                         NOL              yes
             Anemone oregana var. felix                     FACU             yes
             Angelica arguta                                FACW             yes
             Angelica genuflexa                             FACW             yes
             Antennaria lanata                              NOL              yes
             Anthemis cotula                                FACU              no
             Anthemis tinctorum                             NOL              yes
             Anthoxanthum aristata                          NOL              yes
             Anthoxanthum odoratum                          FACU              no
             Anthriscus scandicina                          NOL              yes
             Aquilegia formosa                              FAC              yes
             Arctium minus                                  NI                no
             Arenaria capillaris                            NI               yes
             Aristida oligantha                             NOL              yes
Arnica amplexicaulis var. piperi           FACW    yes
Artemisia douglasiana                      FACW    yes
Artemisia lindleyana                       OBL     yes
Aruncus sylvester                          FACU+   yes
Asarum caudatum                            FACU    yes
Asclepias fascicularis                     FAC-    yes
Asclepias speciosa                         FAC     yes
Athyrium filix-femina                      FAC     yes
Azolla filiculoides                        OBL     yes
Azolla mexicana                            OBL     yes
Barbarea orthoceras                        FACW+   yes
Beckmannia syzigachne                      OBL     yes
Bergia texana                              OBL     yes
Bidens cernua                              FACW+   yes
Bidens frondosa                            FACW+   yes
Bidens vulgata                             FACW+   yes
Blechnum spicant                           FAC+    yes
Boisduvalia densiflora                     FACW-   yes
Boisduvalia stricata (Epilobium torreyi)   FACW    yes
Bolandra oregana                           FACW    yes
Botrychium multifidum                      FAC     yes
Boykinia occidentalis                      FAC     yes
Brachypodium sylvaticum                    NOL     no
Brasenia schreberi                         OBL     yes
Brassica campestris                        NOL     yes
Brassica rapa                              NOL     no
Briza minor                                FAC     no
Brodiaea coronaria                         NOL     yes
Brodiaea elegans                           FACU    yes
Brodiaea hyacintha                         FACU    yes
Bromus carinatus                           NOL     yes
Bromus commutatus                          UPL     no
Bromus hordeaceus (mollis)                 FACU    no
Bromus inermis                             FAC     no
Bromus japonicus                           UPL     no
Bromus sitchensis                          NOL     yes
Bromus tectorum                            NOL     no
Bromus vulgaris                            FACU    yes
Calamagrostis canadensis                   FACW+   yes
Calandrinia ciliata                        NI      yes
Callitriche heterophylla                   OBL     yes
Callitriche palustris                      OBL     yes
Callitriche stagnalis                      OBL     no
Callitriche verna                          OBL     yes
Calochortus tolmiei                        NOL     yes
Calochortus uniflorus                      FACW+   yes
Calypso bulbosa                            FAC+    yes
Calystegia (Convolvulus) sepium            NOL     no
Camassia leichtlinii                       FACW-   yes
Camassia quamash                           FACW    yes
Campanula rotundifolia                     FACU+   yes
Canadanthus modestus (Aster modestus)      FAC+    yes
Cardamine angulata                FACW    yes
Cardamine occidentalis            FACW+   yes
Cardamine oligosperma             FAC     yes
Cardamine penduliflora            OBL     yes
Cardamine pensylvanica            FACW    yes
Carex amplifolia                  OBL     yes
Carex aperta                      FACW    yes
Carex aquatilis var. dives        OBL     yes
Carex arcta                       OBL     yes
Carex athrostachya                FACW    yes
Carex aurea                       FACW+   yes
Carex canescens                   FACW+   yes
Carex cusickii                    OBL     yes
Carex densa                       OBL     yes
Carex deweyana                    FACU    yes
Carex echinata                    NI      yes
Carex feta                        FACW    yes
Carex hendersonii                 FAC     yes
Carex interrupta                  OBL     yes
Carex laeviculmis                 FACW    yes
Carex nudata                      FACW    yes
Carex obnupta                     OBL     yes
Carex ovalis (leporina)           FACW    no
Carex pachystachya                FACW    yes
Carex pellita                     OBL     yes
Carex retrorsa                    OBL     yes
Carex rossii                      NOL     yes
Carex scoparia                    FACW    yes
Carex simulata                    OBL     yes
Carex stipata                     OBL     yes
Carex tumulicola                  FACU    yes
Carex unilateralis                FACW    yes
Carex utriculata                  OBL     yes
Carex vesicaria                   OBL     yes
Carex vulpinoida                  OBL     yes
Castilleja tenuis                 FACU-   yes
Cenopodium rubra                  FACW+   yes
Centaurea maculosa                NOL     no
Centaurium erythraea              FAC     no
Centaurium exaltatum              FACW    yes
Centaurium muhlenbergii           FACW    yes
Centaurium umbellatum             FAC     yes
Centunculus minimus               FACW    yes
Cerastium fontanum (vulgatum)     FACU    no
Cerastium glomeratum (viscosum)   FACU    no
Cerastium nutans                  FACU    yes
Ceratophyllum demersum            OBL     yes
Chamomilla suaveolens             FACU    yes
Chenopodium album                 FAC     no
Chenopodium ambrosioides          FAC     no
Chrysosplenium glechomaefolium    OBL     yes
Cichorium intybus                 NI      no
Cicuta douglasii              OBL     yes
Cinna latifolia               FACW    yes
Circaea alpina                FAC+    yes
Cirsium arvense               FACU+   no
Cirsium hallii                NOL     yes
Cirsium vulgare               FACU    no
Clarkia pupurea               NOL     yes
Claytonia (Montia) sibirica   FAC     yes
Clematis ligusticifolia       FAC-    no
Clematis vitalba              NOL     no
Comandra umbellata            UPL     yes
Conium maculatum              FACW-   no
Convolvulus arvensis          NOL     no
Conyza canadensis             FAC     yes
Coptis laciniata              FAC     yes
Corallorhiza maculata         UPL     yes
Corallorhiza striata          FACU    yes
Cornus canadensis             FAC     yes
Cortaderia selloana           NOL     no
Corydalis scouleri            FAC+    yes
Coryopsis attkinsoniana       NOL     no
Crepis setosa                 UPL     no
Cynosurus cristatus           UPL     no
Cynosurus echinatus           NOL     no
Cyperus eragrostis            FACW    no
Cyperus erythrorhizos         OBL     yes
Cyperus squarrosus            OBL     yes
Cypripedium montanum          FACU    yes
Cystopteris fragilis          FACU    yes
Cytisus scoparius             UPL     no
Dactylis glomerata            FACU    no
Danthonia californica         FACU    yes
Daucus carota                 FAC     no
Delphinium leucophaeum        FACU    yes
Deschampsia cespitosa         FACW    yes
Deschampsia danthonioides     FACW    yes
Deschampsia elongata          FACW    yes
Dicentra formosa              FACU    yes
Dichanthelium acuminatum      FAC     yes
Digitaria sanguinalis         FACU    no
Dipsacus fullonum             FAC     no
Dipsacus sylvestris           FAC     yes
Dodecatheon dentatum          FAC-    yes
Dodecatheon hendersonii       NOL     yes
Dodecatheon pulchellum        FACW    yes
Downingia elegans             OBL     yes
Downingia yina                OBL     yes
Dulichium palustris           OBL     yes
Echinochloa crusgalli         FACW    no
Egeria (Elodea) densa         OBL     no
Elaeagnus commutata           NOL     yes
Elatine triandra              OBL     yes
Eleocharis acicularis              OBL     yes
Eleocharis macrostachya            OBL     yes
Eleocharis obtusa                  OBL     yes
Eleocharis ovata                   OBL     yes
Eleocharis palustris               OBL     yes
Elodea canadensis                  OBL     yes
Elodea nuttallii                   OBL     yes
Elymus (Agropyron) caninus         FAC     no
Elymus glaucus                     FACU    yes
Elytrigia (Agropyron) repens       FACU    no
Epilobium angustifolium            FACU+   yes
Epilobium brachycarpum             UPL     yes
Epilobium ciliatum ssp. watsonii   FACW-   yes
Epilobium densiflorum              FACW-   yes
Epilobium glaberrimum              FACW    yes
Epilobium paniculatum              FACU    yes
Epilobium pygmaeum                 OBL     yes
Equisetum arvense                  FAC     yes
Equisetum hyemale                  FACW    yes
Equisetum palustre                 FACW    yes
Equisetum telmatiea                FACW    yes
Eragrostis hypnoides               OBL     yes
Erigeron annuus                    FACU+   yes
Erigeron decumbens                 NOL     yes
Erigeron philadelphicus            FACU    yes
Eriophyllum lanatum                NOL     yes
Erodium cicutarium                 NOL     no
Eryngium petiolatum                OBL     yes
Eschicholtzia californica          NOL     yes
Euonymus occidentalis              NOL     yes
Festuca (Lolium) arundinacea       FAC-    no
Festuca idahoensis                 FACU    yes
Festuca occidentalis               FACU    yes
Festuca pratensis                  FACU    no
Festuca rubra                      FAC     yes
Festuca subulata                   FACU+   yes
Festuca subuliflora                NOL     yes
Fragaria vesca                     NI      yes
Frageria virginiana                FACU    yes
Galium aperine                     FACU    yes
Galium parisiense                  UPL     no
Galium pedomontanum                FACU    yes
Galium trifidum                    FACW+   yes
Galium triflorum                   FACU    yes
Gaultheria shallon                 FACU    yes
Gayophytum diffusum                UPL     yes
Gentiana sceptrum                  OBL     yes
Gentianella amarella ssp. acuta    FACW-   yes
Geraneum bicknellii                NOL     yes
Geraneum robertianum               NOL     yes
Geranium dissectum                 NOL     no
Geranium molle                     NOL     no
Geranium oreganum               FACU    yes
Geranium robertianum            NOL     no
Geum macrophyllum               FACW-   yes
Glyceria borealis               OBL     yes
Glyceria elata                  FACW+   yes
Glyceria grandis                OBL     yes
Glyceria leptostachya           OBL     yes
Glyceria occidentalis           OBL     yes
Gnaphalium palustre             FAC+    yes
Gnaphalium purpurem             NOL     yes
Gnaphalium purpureum            NI      yes
Gnaphalium uliginosum           FAC+    no
Goodyera oblongifolia           FACU-   yes
Gratiola ebracteata             OBL     yes
Gratiola neglecta               OBL     yes
Grindelia integrifolia          FACW    yes
Gymnocarpium dryopteris         FAC     yes
Habenaria dilatata              FACW+   yes
Heracleum lanatum (maximum)     FAC+    yes
Heterocodon rariflorum          FAC     yes
Holcus lanatus                  FAC     no
Holcus mollis                   FAC     no
Hordeum brachyantherum          FACW-   yes
Hordeum marinum (geniculatum)   NOL     no
Horkelia congesta               NOL     yes
Howellia aquatilis              OBL     yes
Humulus lupulus                 NOL     yes
Hydrocotyle ranunculoides       OBL     yes
Hydrophyllum tenuipes           OBL     yes
Hypericum anagalloides          OBL     yes
Hypericum formosum              FAC-    yes
Hypericum perforatum            UPL     no
Hypochaeris radicata            FACU    no
Impatiens capensis              FACW    yes
Impatiens ecalcarata            FACW    yes
Iris pseudacorus                OBL     no
Isoetes nutalli                 OBL     yes
Isoetes nuttallii               OBL     yes
Juglans niger                   NOL     yes
Juncus acuminatus               OBL     yes
Juncus articulatus              OBL     yes
Juncus balticus                 FACW+   yes
Juncus bolanderi                OBL     yes
Juncus bufonius                 FACW    yes
Juncus effusus                  FACW    yes
Juncus ensifolius               FACW    yes
Juncus hemiendytus              FACW+   yes
Juncus longistylis              FACW    yes
Juncus marginatus               NI      no
Juncus nevadensis               FACW    yes
Juncus orthophyllus             FACW    yes
Juncus oxymeris                 FACW+   yes
Juncus patens                        FACW    yes
Juncus tenuis                        FACW-   yes
Jussiaea uruguayensis                OBL     yes
Kickxia elatine                      NOL     no
Lactuca serriola                     FACU    no
Lapsana communis                     UPL     no
Lasthenia glaberrima                 OBL     yes
Leersia oryzoides                    OBL     yes
Lemna minor                          OBL     yes
Leontodon autumnalis                 FAC     no
Leontodon hirtus (nudicaulis)        UPL     no
Leucanthemum vulgare                 FAC     no
Lilaeopsis occidentalis              OBL     yes
Lilium columbianum                   FAC     yes
Limosella aquatica                   OBL     yes
Linanthus bicolor                    NI      yes
Linaria (Nuttallanthus) canadensis   NOL     yes
Linaria vulgaris                     NOL     no
Lindernia anagallidea                OBL     yes
Lindernia dubia                      OBL     yes
Linnaea borealis                     FACU-   yes
Listera caurina                      FACU    yes
Listera cordata                      FACU    yes
Lolium multiflorum                   NOL     yes
Lolium perenne                       FACU    no
Lomatium bradshawii                  FACW    yes
Lomatium nudicaule                   NOL     yes
Lomatium triternatum                 NOL     yes
Lomatium utriculatum                 NOL     yes
Lotus corniculatus                   FAC     no
Lotus formosissimus                  FACW+   yes
Lotus micrantha                      NOL     yes
Lotus pinnatus                       FACW    yes
Lotus unifoliolatus                  FACU    yes
Ludwigia palustris                   OBL     yes
Lupinus polyphyllus                  FAC+    yes
Lupinus rivularis                    FACU    yes
Luzula campestris                    NI      yes
Luzula comosa                        NI      yes
Luzula divaricata                    NOL     yes
Luzula multiflora                    FACU    yes
Luzula parviflora                    FAC-    yes
Luzula spicata                       FACU    yes
Lycopus americanus                   OBL     yes
Lycopus uniflorus                    OBL     yes
Lysichitum americanum                OBL     yes
Lysimachia ciliata                   FACW+   yes
Lysimachia nummularia                FACW    no
Lysimachia thyrsiflora               OBL     yes
Lythrium salicaria                   FACW+   yes
Lythrum (Peplis) portula             OBL     yes
Lythrum hyssopifolium                OBL     no
Lythrum salicaria              FACW+   no
Madia exigua                   NOL     yes
Madia glomerata                FACU+   yes
Madia gracilis                 UPL     yes
Madia minima                   NOL     yes
Madia sativa                   UPL     yes
Maianthemum dilatatum          FAC     yes
Marah oreganus                 NOL     yes
Matricaria matricariodes       FACU    yes
Mazus pumilus (japonicus)      NOL     yes
Melica bulbosa                 FACU    yes
Melissa officinalis            NI      no
Mentha arvensis                FACW-   yes
Mentha citrata                 FACW    yes
Mentha piperita                FACU+   no
Mentha pulegium                OBL     no
Mentha rotundifolia            FACW    no
Mentha spicata                 OBL     no
Menyanthes trifoliata          OBL     yes
Mertensia platyphylla          NOL     yes
Microseris laciniata           NOL     yes
Mimulus alsinoides             OBL     yes
Mimulus guttatus               OBL     yes
Mimulus moschatus              OBL     yes
Mitella pentandra              FAC     yes
Monotropa uniflora             FACU    yes
Montia dichotoma               FAC     yes
Montia fontana                 OBL     yes
Montia howellii                FACW-   yes
Montia linearis                NOL     yes
Montia parvifolia              FACW-   yes
Montia sibirica                FACW    yes
Mycelis (Lactuca) muralis      FAC     no
Myosotis discolor              FACW    no
Myosotis laxa                  OBL     yes
Myosotis scorpiodes            FACW    yes
Myosotis stricta (micrantha)   UPL     no
Myosurus minimus               OBL     yes
Myriophyllum aquaticum         OBL     no
Myriophyllum brasiliense       OBL     no
Myriophyllum spicatum          OBL     no
Najas flexilis                 OBL     yes
Navarretia intertexta          FAC     yes
Navarretia squarrosa           NI      yes
Nuphar lutea                   OBL     yes
Nymphaea odorata               OBL     no
Oenanthe sarmentosa            OBL     yes
Oenothera biennis              FACU    yes
Oplopanax horridus             FAC+    yes
Orobanche uniflora             FACU    yes
Orthocarpus bracteosus         NOL     yes
Orthocarpus hispidus           FACU-   yes
Orthocarpus imbricatus             NOL     yes
Osmorrhiza chilensis               NOL     yes
Oxalis trilliifolia                FAC+    yes
Panicum acuminatum                 FACW    yes
Panicum capillare                  FACU+   yes
Panicum dichotomiflorum            FACW    no
Panicum occidentale                FACW    yes
Parentucellia viscosa              FAC-    no
Paspalum distichum                 FACW    yes
Pedicularis groenlandica           OBL     yes
Penstemon ovatus                   NOL     yes
Penstemon serrulatus               FACU    yes
Perideridia gairdneri              FAC     yes
Perideridia oregana                NOL     yes
Petasites frigidus                 FACW-   yes
Phalaris aquatica                  FACW+   no
Phalaris arundinacea               FACW    no
Phleum pratense                    FAC-    no
Phlox gracilis                     FACU    yes
Piperia elegans                    NI      yes
Plagiobothrys figuratus            FACW    yes
Plagiobothrys scouleri             FACW    yes
Plantago lanceolata                FAC     no
Plantago major                     FACU+   no
Platanthera stricta                FACW+   yes
Plectritis congesta                FACU    yes
Poa annua                          FAC     no
Poa compressa                      FACU+   no
Poa grayana                        FACU    yes
Poa palustris                      FACU    no
Poa pratensis                      FACU    no
Poa scabrella                      NOL     yes
Poa trivialis                      FACW    no
Polygonum amphibium                OBL     yes
Polygonum aviculare                FACW-   no
Polygonum bistortoides             FACW    yes
Polygonum coccineum                OBL     no
Polygonum convolvulus              FACU-   no
Polygonum douglasii v. nuttallii   FACU    yes
Polygonum hydropiper               OBL     no
Polygonum hydropiperoides          OBL     yes
Polygonum lapathifolium            FACW    yes
Polygonum minimum                  FACW    yes
Polygonum persicaria               FACW    no
Polygonum polystachyum             FAC     no
Polygonum punctatum                OBL     yes
Polygonum sachalinense             FACU    no
Polypodium glycyrrhiza             NOL     yes
Polypogon monspeliensis            FACW    no
Polystichum munitum                FACU    yes
Potamogeton berchtoldii            OBL     yes
Potamogeton crispus                OBL     no
Potamogeton filiformis                   OBL     yes
Potamogeton foliosus                     OBL     yes
Potamogeton natans                       OBL     yes
Potamogeton pectinatus                   OBL     yes
Potamogeton pulsillus                    OBL     yes
Potentilla anserina (Argentina egedii)   OBL     yes
Potentilla glandulosa                    FAC-    yes
Potentilla gracilis                      FAC     yes
Potentilla palustris                     OBL     yes
Prunella vulgaris                        FACU+   yes
Psilocarphus elatior                     FACW    yes
Pteridium aquilinum                      FACU    yes
Puccinellia pauciflora                   OBL     yes
Pyrola asarifolia                        FACU    yes
Pyrrocoma racemosa                       FAC*    yes
Ranunculus abortivus                     FACW-   yes
Ranunculus alismaefolius                 FACW    yes
Ranunculus aquatilis                     OBL     yes
Ranunculus cymbalaria                    OBL     yes
Ranunculus flammula                      FACW    yes
Ranunculus glabberimus                   FACU    yes
Ranunculus lobbii                        OBL     yes
Ranunculus macounii v. oreganus          OBL     yes
Ranunculus occidentalis                  FACW    yes
Ranunculus orthorhynchus                 FACW-   yes
Ranunculus pensylvanicus                 FACW    yes
Ranunculus repens                        FACW    no
Ranunculus scleratus                     OBL     yes
Ranunculus uncinatus                     FAC     yes
Raphanus raphanistrum                    NOL     no
Raphanus sativus                         NI      no
Riccia soracarpa                         NOL     yes
Rorippa columbiae                        OBL     yes
Rorippa curvisiliqua                     OBL     yes
Rorippa islandica                        OBL     yes
Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum             OBL     no
Rubus ursinus                            FACU    yes
Rumex acetosella                         FACU+   no
Rumex conglomeratus                      FACW    no
Rumex crispus                            FAC+    no
Rumex obtusifolius                       FAC     no
Rumex occidentalis                       FACW+   yes
Rumex salicifolius                       FACW    yes
Sagina apetala                           FAC     no
Sagina decumbens                         FACU+   yes
Sagittaria latifolia                     OBL     no
Salsola kalii                            UPL     yes
Sanguisorba occidentalis                 NOL     yes
Sanicula bipinnatifida                   NOL     yes
Saxifraga ferruginea                     FAC     yes
Saxifraga integrifolia                   NI      yes
Saxifraga mertensiana                    FACW    yes
Saxifraga nuttallii                    OBL     yes
Saxifraga occidentalis                 FAC     yes
Saxifraga oregana                      FACW+   yes
Scirpus acutus                         OBL     yes
Scirpus americanus                     OBL     yes
Scirpus cyperinus                      OBL     yes
Scirpus fluviatilis                    OBL     yes
Scirpus microcarpus                    OBL     yes
Scirpus tabernaemontani                OBL     yes
Scrophularia californica               FACW-   yes
Scutellata laterifolia                 FACW+   yes
Senecio integerrimus                   FACU    yes
Senecio jacobaea                       FACU    no
Senecio vulgaris                       FACU    no
Sericocarpus rigidus (Aster curtus)    NOL     yes
Sidalcea campestris                    NI      yes
Sidalcea cusickii                      NOL     yes
Sidalcea malviflora                    NI      yes
Sidalcea nelsoniana                    FAC     yes
Sisyrinchium angustifolium             FACW-   yes
Sisyrinchium californicum              FACW+   no
Sisyrinchium hitchcockii               NOL     yes
Sisyrinchium idahoense                 FACW    yes
Sisyrinchium lanceolata                NOL     yes
Smilacina racemosa                     FAC-    yes
Smilacina stellata                     FAC-    yes
Solanum dulcamara                      FAC+    no
Solanum nigrum                         FACU    no
Solanum physalifolium (sarrachoides)   NOL     yes
Solidago canadensis                    FACU    yes
Solidago occidentalis                  NOL     yes
Sonchus arvensis                       FACU+   no
Sonchus asper                          FAC-    no
Sonchus oleraceous                     UPL     no
Sparganium emersum                     OBL     yes
Sparganium eurycarpum                  OBL     yes
Spergularia rubra                      FAC-    no
Spiranthes romanzoffiana               FACW    yes
Spirodela polyrhiza                    OBL     yes
Stachys ajugoides var. rigida          FACW    yes
Stachys ciliata                        FACW    yes
Stachys cooleyae                       FACW    yes
Stachys mexicana                       FACW    yes
Stachys palustris                      FACW+   yes
Stachys rigida                         FACW+   yes
Stellaria calycantha                   FACW    yes
Stellaria crassifolia                  FACW    yes
Stellaria crispa                       FAC+    yes
Stellaria longifolia                   FACW    yes
Stellaria longipes                     FACW-   no
Stellaria media                        FACU    no
Streptopus amplexifolius               FAC-    no
Sullivantia oregana                              NOL     yes
Symphyotrichum hallii (Aster hallii)             FAC     yes
Symphyotrichum subspicatum (Aster subspicatus)   FAC     yes
Symphytum officinale                             NOL     no
Tanacetum vulgare                                NI      no
Taraxacum officinale                             FACU    no
Tellima grandiflora                              FACU    yes
Teucrium canadense                               FAC+    yes
Thalictrum occidentale                           FACU    yes
Tiarella trifoliata                              FAC-    yes
Tolmiea menziesii                                FAC     yes
Trichostema lanceolatum                          NOL     yes
Trientalis latifolia                             FAC-    yes
Trifolium dubium                                 UPL     no
Trifolium hybridum                               FACU    no
Trifolium pratense                               FACU    no
Trifolium repens                                 FAC     no
Trifolium wormskjoldii                           FACW+   yes
Trillium ovatum                                  FACU    yes
Triodanis perfoliata                             UPL     yes
Trisetum cernuum                                 FACU    yes
Triteleia hyacinthina                            FACU    yes
Typha angustifolia                               OBL     no
Typha latifolia                                  OBL     yes
Urtica dioica                                    FAC+    no
Utricularia macrorhiza (vulgaris)                OBL     yes
Vaccinium caespitosum                            FAC+    yes
Vallisneria americana                            OBL     no
Vancouveria hexandra                             NOL     yes
Veratrum californicum                            FACW+   yes
Veratrum viride                                  FACW    yes
Verbascum blattaria                              UPL     no
Verbena hastata                                  FAC+    yes
Veronica americana                               OBL     yes
Veronica anagalis-aquatica                       OBL     yes
Veronica peregrina                               OBL     yes
Veronica scutellata                              OBL     yes
Veronica serpyllifolia                           FAC     no
Vicia americana                                  FAC+    yes
Vicia cracca                                     NOL     no
Vicia hirsuta                                    UPL     no
Vicia sativa                                     NOL     no
Vicia tetrasperma                                UPL     no
Vicia villosa                                    NOL     no
Vinca major                                      NOL     no
Viola adunca                                     FAC     yes
Viola glabella                                   FACW+   yes
Viola hallii                                     FAC     yes
Viola palustris                                  OBL     yes
Vulpia bromoides                                 FACW    no
Vulpia myuros                                    FACU    no
Wolffia punctata                                 OBL     yes
    Wyethia angustifolia                FACU   yes
    Xanthium spinoseum                  FACU   no
    Xanthium strumarium                 FAC    yes
    Zannichellia palustris              OBL    yes
    Zigadenus venenosus                 FACU   yes




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