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Table 3 Presence (percentage of samples) of common native and non-native annual species in two-year-old masticated (Mast; n = 25; 2011 to 2012) and wildfire (Fire; n = 56; 2005) sites from a regional comparison of southern California, USA, chaparral.

From: Impacts of Mastication Fuel Treatments on California, USA, Chaparral Vegetation Structure and Composition

Native Mast Fire Non-native Mast Fire
Acmispon strigosus (Nutt.) Brouillet 28 76 Avena fatua L. 7 67
Allophyllum gilioides (Benthe.) A.D. Grant & V.E. Grant 45 51 Brassica nigra (L.) W.D.J. Koch 24 68
Camissoniopsis hirtella (Greene) W.L. Wagner & Hoch 55 84 Bromus hordaceus L. 24 55
Chaenactis artemisiifolia (Harv. & A. Gray ex A. Gray) A. Gray 28 52 Bromus madritensis 90 100
Cryptantha spp. 79 91 Bromus tectorum 90 58
Emmenanthe penduliflora (Benthe.) 38 82 Erigeron bonariensis L. 34 27
Logfia filaginioides (Hook & Arn.) 34 62 Festuca myuros 76 88
Phacelia cicutaria 3 80 Hypochoeris glabra L. 28 83
Pseudognaphalium californicum 66 68 Lactuca serriola L. 83 78
Rafinesquia californica (Nutt.) 66 90 Logfia gallica (L.) Coss & Germ. 21 73
Silene coniflora 3 51 Schismus barbatus (L.) Thell. 17 43
Stephanomeria virgata Benthe. 59 78 Sonchus asper (L.) Hill 17 50
Uropappus lindleyi (DC.) Nutt. 59 78 Sonchus oleraceus L. 31 73