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(158) Stalter, R. 1971. The Summer and Fall Flora of Huntington Beach State Park, Georgetown County, South Carolina. Castanea, 36:167-174.

This paper is a list of the specific species of flora identified and collected from Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina.

(159) Stalter, R. 1972. The Flora of Outer Otter Island, Colleton County, South Carolina. Castanea, 37:298-300.

This paper is a list of the specific species of flora identified and collected from Outer Otter Island, South Carolina.

(160) Stalter, R. 1973. The Flora of Turtle Island, Jasper County, South Carolina. Castanea, 38:35-37.

This paper is a list of the specific species of flora identified and collected from Turtle Island, South Carolina.

(161) Stalter, R. 1974. Vegetation in Coastal Dunes of South Carolina. Castanea, 39:95-103.

Vegetation was sampled in 5 zones of coastal dunes in order to determine the dominant species in each zone.

(162) Stalter, R. 1978. The Plant communities of South Carolina’s barrier islands. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference of the Restoration of Coastal Vegetation in Florida. p. 207-244.

Species of flora identified from surveys on 12 barrier islands in South Carolina are listed with identification of important habitats found on these islands.

(163) Stalter, R. and S.C. Dial. 1984. Hammock vegetation of Little Talbot Island State Park, Florida. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 111:494-497.

Quadrats were established to identify and document the vegetation types and species found on Little Talbot Island State Park, Florida. Live oak trees were the dominant canopy tree species and red bay trees were the dominant subcanopy species. Vegetation patterns here are thought to be similar to those found on other coastal islands of the Southeast.

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