karner blue

Kondla, Norbert FOR:EX Norbert.Kondla at gems3.gov.bc.ca
Mon Feb 8 11:11:07 EST 1999

a popular article in Nature Canada vol. 24, no. 4, 1995 describes the
situation in Ontario and the factors contributing to its extirpation.
proximal cause two success drought years doing in the residual populaitons
but what got things to this point where a couple of major stochastic events
can wipe out the remnants is the usual story of habitat destruction and
change. one area was deliberately planted with millions of pine trees which
of course shaded out the lupine. burgeoning deer population is also
mentioned as a problem with reintroduction
Norbert Kondla  P.Biol., RPBio.
Forest Ecosystem Specialist, Ministry of Environment
845 Columbia Avenue, Castlegar, British Columbia V1N 1H3
Phone 250-365-8610
Mailto:Norbert.Kondla at gems3.gov.bc.ca

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