Red Cedar Woodland. Woodlands dominated by eastern red cedar, usually with an admixture of honey locust and black locust present, have a limited distribution in the four parks, with most examples at Antietam National Battlefield. Since eastern red cedar, honey locust and black locust do not form ectomycorrhizal associations, the macrofungi involved in such associations are absent. However, it is not unusual to find the fruiting bodies of wood-decay fungi present on dead wood from the three species of trees.

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