Palustrine Persistent Wetland
The Palustrine(see species from the Riparian Woodland)
has species joined by moist adapted or (mesic) trees like white ash, hackberry, and
American elm. In some places these trees assume dominance over silver maple, box elder,
and sycamore. Occasionally sparse numbers of black cherry and black walnut trees are found
in this woodland. There are also several different species of fauna that live in
Warning: Some Web sites to which these materials provide links for
the convenience of users are not managed by the Jefferson County Public School System.
JCPS takes no responsibility for the contents of those sites. Comments, suggestions, or
error reporting about this page and its links should be sent to the webmaster - currently David Wicks, Louisville, KY.
palustrine persistent wetland