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During lab our class took a trip to the nature trail As soon as we stepped on to the trail we saw disturbance from the hurricane that came through about three years Throughout our trip we saw the disturbances from the hurricane such as upturned trees In the holes of the upturned trees was still water We were told that in the place of the overturned trees new trees would grow which is secondary succession The limbs and trees were left on the floor of the forest to decompose While on the walk we saw no major mammals but we did see a few insects We saw an abundance of mosquitos moths bumble bees water beetles a grand-daddy long-leg spider and a wolf spider One thing that we did see that was out of the ordinary was a velvet ant I had personally never seen one of those before Some of the vegetation we saw were Sweet Gum Liquidambar styraciflua and Red Maple Acer rubrum These trees were seen near the creek and are known for growing close to moist areas We also saw a Cedar which is known for growing in the drier areas On our walk we also saw ferns and a magnolia When we reached the stream we got to the lowest part of the trail While at the creek we saw several disturbances from the hurricane The man-made bridge was destroyed by the storm and debris from this bridge was spread throughout the stream The debris from the bridge untouched by man had traveled only about fifty yards from its initial spot over the three year period We also saw a tire and other disturbances caused by man As far as elevation is concerned one could see a difference between the normal path and the bottom lands In the bottom lands the elevation drops and moisture had collected This moisture or lack of moisture results in the kind
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