TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Arabidopsis lyrata(L.) O'Kane & Al-Shehbaz
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted == Arabis lyrata
lyre-leaved rock-cress, Lyre-leaved Rock-cress

Brassicaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Dry shaly banks and sandstone or limestone cliffs, with little or no reference to lime content ; rare. May 20-July 15. Caroline, on North Pinnacle (D.!) ; Enfield Glen, rare (D.) ; Fall Creek Gorge, rare (D.) ; almost wholly wanting on the lake-shore cliffs (D.). [Also, corner of Seneca Lake; Labrador Lake cliffs, Apulia; and at Jamesville.] Ont. to Man. and Alaska, southw. to Conn., Va., Tenn., and B. C. ; rare on the Atlantic Coastal Plain.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Arabidopsis lyrata (this list may be incomplete)
 Caroline Depot, ledges of Caroline Pinnacles, flowers white, 31 May 1936, Clausen 2160 (BH 2985);

SPECIMENS OF Arabidopsis lyrata subsp. lyrata
 Rattlesnake Hill, near White Church, cotyledons examined and found to be accumbent in all, 10 Jun 1882, Dudley (BH 74733);
 Caroline, North Pinnacle, dry rock crevices, with Saxifraga virginiensis, 8 May 1919, Eames 12121 (BH 13605);
 Caroline depot, ledges of Caroline Pinnacle, white flowers, 31 May 1936, Clausen 2160 (BH 71118);
 Caroline Hills, 10 Jun 1882, Dudley (BH 13604);
 Caroline, 10 Jun 1882, Rowlee (BH 2986);
 Caroline, Eastman Hill, ledges upslope from Coddington Rd., southeast of Ridgeway Road, ca. NAD 1927, on partially shaded ledge, 27 May 2001, Werier 652 (BH 13606);   VEmap  GOOmap

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