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Table 6 Mean total woody stems ≤ 2.54 cm dbh ± SE per hectare and mean total woody stems per hectare of the 5 most common species in aspen, burn, and thinned conifer habitat types, Lincoln National Forest, 2005–2006

From: Herbivory of sympatric elk and cattle on Lincoln National Forest, south-central New Mexico

Habitat type Species Stems · ha−1
2005 2006
Aspen Abies concolor 474 652
Holodiscus dumosis 177 307
Pseudotsuga menziesii 177 111
Robinia neomexicana 111
Ribes spp. 99
Populus tremuloides 107
Acer glabrum 93
TOTAL 1332 ± 30 1640 ± 21
Burn Quercus undulata 888 487
Quercus gambelii 726 305
Robinia neomexicana 300 250
Juniperus deppeana 156 174
Holodiscus dumosis 60 85
TOTAL 2394 ± 26 1406 ± 46
Thinned Holodiscus dumosis 203 361
Quercus gambelii 180 241
Abies concolor 138 138
Pseudotsuga menziesii 135 118
Robinia neomexicana 39
Symphoricarpos rotundifolius 82
TOTAL 822 ± 39 1262 ± 26