Habitats of North Carolina
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Upland Hardwood Forests
General Maple Forests
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Habitat Overview Maples occur across the state, ranging from upland to bottomland to swamp environments. One species, in particular, Red Maple, occupies this full range and is also one of the major tree species involved in old-field succession. Just as widely ranging are specialist herbivores that feed both on Red Maple as well as others across the range of this habitat.

Related NHP Natural Communities
Defining Species
Taxa Global RankState RankImperilment ScoreHabitat Risk Index
HARDWOODS
Acer rubrum - Red Maple G5S51.000.0000
MOTHS
Acronicta retardata - Retarded Dagger G5S51.000.0000
Argyresthia subreticulata - Speckled Argyresthia Moth GNRS4S51.000.1250
Cameraria saccharella GNRSU1.490.3750
Dryocampa rubicunda - Rosy Maple Moth G5S51.000.0000
Hypena baltimoralis - Baltimore Bomolocha G5S51.000.0000
Macaria aemulataria - Common Angle G5S51.000.0000
Parallelia bistriaris - Maple Looper G5S51.000.0000
Speranza pustularia - Lesser Maple Spanworm Moth G5S51.000.0000
Sum: 9.49
ENE Value of 0.5000 * (1 - # of S5: 7 / # Species 9) = 0.11
Average of 9: 1.05

Phagic and Competitive Symbioses: (Acer species/Acronicta retardata-Argyresthia subreticulata-Dryocampa rubicunda-Hypena baltimoralis-Macaria aemulataria-Parallelia bistriaris-Speranza pustularia)

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Updated on 2020-02-02 22:45:30