TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Aralia racemosaL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Spikenard, American Spikenard

Araliaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Rich woodlands and especially ravine banks, in neutral or slightly calcareous gravels or shales ; frequent. July 20-Aug. Enfield Glen; Coy Glen; Six Mile Creek; Cascadilla Creek; Fall Creek, at Beebe Lake and near the iron footbridge ; McLean Bogs ; and elsewhere. N. B. and N. S. to Minn., southw. to Ga., Mo., and S. Dak. ; occasional on the Coastal Plain.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Aralia racemosa (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Fall Creek Ravine, south side Beebe Lake, moist open woods, 5 Aug 1915, Eames & MacDaniels 4639 (BH 24307);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Gorge, 4 Oct 1927, University Laborer 17002 (BH 24308);
 Ithaca, Coy Glen, 3 Aug 1919, anonymous 12621 (BH 3375);
 Ithaca, 9 Aug 1876, anonymous (BH 3370);
 Ithaca, 22 Sep 1918, Bailey (BH 3373);
 Ithaca, 22 Sep 1918, Bailey (BH 3374);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, south side of Beebe Lake, 26 Aug 1908, Brown (BH 3378);
 Ithaca, south side of Beebe Lake, wooded slope, perennial, flowers creamy white, 26 Aug 1947, Dress 69 (BH 3371);
 Ithaca, 20 Aug 1875, Dudley (BH 3379);
 Ithaca, Six Mile Creek, lower ravine, moist ledges, 20 Sep 1915, Eames 4640 (BH 3376);
 Ithaca, Beebe Lake, rich woods, 8 Aug 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 477 (BH 3372);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Ravine, wet woods, 23 Aug 1913, Palmer 869 (BH 3377);

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