TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Aralia hispidaVent.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted no accepted
Bristly Sarsaparilla

Araliaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Dry open banks and hilltops, in neutral or acid gravelly soils ; infrequent. June 20-July 20. N. of Summit Marsh (D.) ; Six Mile Creek, s. of Green Tree Falls (D.) ; West Dryden (D.) ; s. of Woodwardia Bog (D.) ; near Malloryville Bog (D. !) ; around McLean Bogs ; along railroad e. of Chicago Crossing ; Junius ; Montezuma Marshes (S. H. Wright, D.) ; sandy woods n. e. of Duck Lake; e. of Featherbed Bog; s. of Pout Pond peat bog. Newf. to Hudson Bay, southw. to N. C, W. Va., Ind., Mich., and Minn. ; frequent on the Coastal Plain.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Aralia hispida (this list may be incomplete)
 McLean, 24 Jun 1908, Brown (BH 24303);
 Dryden, along road to Malloryille Bog, dry bank, 13 Aug 1916, Eames & MacDaniels 6940 (BH 24304);
 Ithaca, 10 Jul 1875, anonymous (BH 3366);
 Dryden, Round Marshes (Gracie's Swamp) Observation Hill, 13 Jul 1924, Eames 15802 (BH 3367);
 Dryden, Mclean Bogs region, 31 Jul 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 473 (BH 3369);
 McLean, gravelly hillside, 11 Aug 1929, Muenscher & Muenscher (BH 3368);

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