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Table 1 List of species ranked by occupancy for each disturbance class (given as percentages)

From: Limited impacts of extensive human land use on dominance, specialization, and biotic homogenization in boreal plant communities

Rank 0 - 20% 20 - 40% 40 - 60% 60 - 80% 80 - 100%
1 Cornus canadensis Populus tremuloides Achillea millefolium Equisetum arvense Taraxacum officinale
2 Rhododendron groenlandicum Galium boreale Fragaria virginiana Vicia americana Achillea millefolium
3 Chamerion angustifolium Cornus canadensis Populus tremuloides Rubus idaeus Equisetum arvense
4 Vaccinium vitis-idaea Equisetum arvense Taraxacum officinale Taraxacum officinale Vicia americana
5 Calamagrostis canadensis Rosa acicularis Vicia americana Populus tremuloides Fragaria virginiana
6 Rosa acicularis Calamagrostis canadensis Equisetum arvense Achillea millefolium Galium boreale
7 Populus tremuloides Chamerion angustifolium Galium boreale Fragaria virginiana Populus balsamifera
8 Linnaea borealis Fragaria virginiana Picea glauca Mertensia paniculata Rosa acicularis
9 Petasites frigidus Lathyrus ochroleucus Populus balsamifera Picea glauca Rubus idaeus
10 Rubus pubescens Mertensia paniculata Chamerion angustifolium Populus balsamifera Populus tremuloides
  1. Species listed represent the ten most “widespread” species in the Ranked Species Occupancy Curves of Figure 2(b).