Data from: Population history provides foundational knowledge for utilizing and developing native plant restoration materials

Rob Massatti, Holly R. Prendeville, Steve Larson, Bryce A. Richardson, Blair Waldron & Francis F. Kilkenny
A species’ population structure and history are critical pieces of information that can help guide the use of available native plant materials in restoration treatments and decide what new native plant materials should be developed to meet future restoration needs. In the western United States, Pseudoroegneria spicata (bluebunch wheatgrass; Poaceae) is an important component of grassland and shrubland plant communities and commonly used for restoration due to its drought resistance and competitiveness with exotic weeds....
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