Diatoms collected from three transects in the Red Lake Peatland occur in characteristic assemblages. One hundred two taxa were observed from 26 sample sites, with Eunotia exigua and Pinnularia rupestris the most dominant species. Clustering indicated three peatland types were present: rich fen, transitional and poor fen, and bog.
Pienkowski, T. P.,
Wujek, D. E.
The Diatom Flora of the Red Lake Peatland, Minnesota.
Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, Vol. 53 No.3, 7-13.
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