United States, Michigan, Branch, Little Fawn River Fen
309 meters (1014ft)
Prairie fen surrounded by small wood pockets and agricultural fields. Several vegetaion zones: sedge meadow, wooded, marl. Most previlent species include Cyperaceae, Dasiphora fruticosa, Cornus, Symplocarpus foetidus, and Typha. Some Phalaris arundinacea near woods on north section of fen. Many small creeks zig-zag fen (less than 1m wide). Woody cover includes Larix laricina, Betula pumila, other birches, and Toxicodendron vernix. Upland shrubby area in center of fen. Mostly aspen and Toxicodendron vernix in over-story, 3m to west , 200m west of deer blind and cement fence post. Area dominated by Dasiphora fruticosa and asters. Ground uneven, moist.
Population - clumped, very dominant, prevalent in woody upland 5m south of quadrat, found near sedges, Dasiphora fruticosa, and other shrubs.