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)

SPECIMENS OF Arabidopsis lyrata subsp. lyrata
 Rattlesnake Hill, 10 Jun 1882, anonymous (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, on partially shaded ledge, 27 May 2001, Werier 652 (BH 13606);   VEmap  GOOmap

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