Alyssum alyssoides(L.) L.
accepted accepted accepted
Pale Madwort


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: A weed in dry gravelly or sandy open places; rare. May 20-June 20. President White Place, C. U. campus, 1878 (Prof. Prentiss, D.); along the road near the Jayne Place (corner University Ave. and Lake St., Ithaca), 1879 (F. H. Severance, D.) ; Fiske-McGraw (Chi Psi) grounds, 1881 (F. L. Kilborne, D.) ; Lake St., Ithaca, near the gun works, where it has grown for many years. N. H. and Ont., to Iowa, southw. to Mass. and N. J., also in the Far West. Naturalized from Eu.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Alyssum alyssoides (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Ithaca Cemetery, 29 May 1884, Moore (BH 53052);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, south of greenhouses, lawn, 12 May 1933, Burnham 18340 (BH 13589);
 Ithaca, roadside north of cemetery, abundant, 23 May 1884, Coville (BH 13582);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, 28 May 1878, Dudley (BH 13586);
 Ithaca, 14 Jun 1879, Kilborne (BH 13590);
 Ithaca, President White's grounds, on the edge of drive, northwest of house near Prof. Fiske's, 20 May 1878, Prentiss 61 (BH 13587);
 Ithaca, 14 Jun 1929, Rowlee (BH 13583);
 Ithaca, Lake Street, below University Avenue, dry hillside, 29 May 1914, Thomas 2369 (BH 13591);
 Ithaca, Lake Street, below University Avenue, dry hillside, 29 may 1914, Thomas 2369 (BH 13584);
 Ithaca, University Avenue, 2 Jun 1893, Wiegand (BH 13585);
 Ithaca, Fiske McGraw grounds, 25 May 1904, Wiegand (BH 13588);


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