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Table A-II-9

Tree Species and Bird Species of an Intermediate Hemlock-Hardwood Forest(1,2)

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Table A-II-10

Probable Mammalian Species Found in the Keowee-Toxaway Area

(3,4)

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Table A-II-11

An inventory of the fish species currently comprising the

population of Lake Keowee.

(Taken in part from "Population

Studies, Lake Keowee." South Carolina Wildlife Resources

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REFERENCES FOR APPENDIX II-3

1. Rodgers, C. L., "Flowers, Fems, Shrubs and Trees found at Keowee

Toxaway."

2.

Odum, Eugene P., "Bird Populations of the Highlands (North Carolina)

Plateau in Relation to Plant Succession and Avi an Invasion." Readings

in Population and Community Ecology.

William E. Hazen, ed., W. B.

Saunders Company, Philadelphia, 1964.

3.

Hamilton, William J., "The Mammals of the Eastem United States,"

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4. Golley, Frank B., South Carolina Mammals, The Charleston Museum,

Charleston, s.c., 1966.

5.

Duke Power Company, "Supplement to Envi ronmental Features of the

Keowee-Toxaway Project," October 1970.

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