TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Carex albicansWilld. ex Spreng.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted == Carex peckii
Emmons' Sedge, Whitetinge Sedge

Cyperaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: In situations similar to Carex pensylvanica, but in richer soil; frequent. May-June 20. Foot of hill at Lick Brook; Cascadilla Creek; Fall Creek; Renwick slope; glen one mile s. of Willets; w. of Howland Island; and elsewhere. N.S. to Ont. and Man., southw. to Ga. and Tex., including the Coastal Plain. The form with dark scales (forma colorata (Bailey) Kuken.) is occasional.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Carex albicans (this list may be incomplete)

SPECIMENS OF Carex albicans var. albicans
 Near Ithaca, SE corner of Cayuga Lake, hillside, 3 Jun 1882, anonymous (BH 23421);
 Ithaca, Six Mile creek, 15 May 1921, Bailey (BH 23427);
 Ithaca, 17 May 1889, Bailey (BH 23418);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, 9 Jun 1882, Curtice (BH 23423);
 Ithaca, not one mile from head, west bank of Cayuga Lake, 24 May 1882, Kilborne (BH 23419);
 Enfield, dry roadside, 3 May 1919, Randolph (BH 23425);
 Ithaca, 19 May 1893, Rowlee (BH 3642);
 Ithaca, Renwick slope, ravine near Nook, 19 May 1893, Rowlee (BH 23424);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Creek, 12 May 1894, Wiegand (BH 23420);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Woods, 20 May 1895, Wiegand (BH 23426);
 Ithaca, Lick Brook, at foot of hill, woods, 6 May 1915, Wiegand 3625 (BH 23422);

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