Carex annectens(Bickn.) Bickn.
accepted accepted accepted
Yellowfruit Sedge


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Dry or damp sandy acid soils; rare. July. South Hill Marsh, with Prunus susquehanae and Lyonia ligustrina; e. of Slaterville Swamp, abundant; hilltops s.w. of Dryden Lake and n. and w. of Caroline Center; n.e. of Montezuma village. Me. to N. Y. and Md., mostly on the Coastal Plain; also in Iowa and Mo. This species differs from C. vulpinoidea in the shorter leaves and the broader, shorter-beaked perigynia, the beak being shorter than the body. As var. xanthocarpa: in situations similar to the preceding; rare. Sedgy field e. of Slaterville Swamp, 1919. W. N.H. and cent. Conn, to Ill. and Iowa, southw. to Va., Ohio, and Mo.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Carex annectens (this list may be incomplete)
 Danby, marshy spot near open water, 17 Jul 1955, Dilger WCD1878 (BH 112510);
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, near east Little Creek, in power line cut, sun, moist, 29 Jun 2006, Dilger & Sumner FWNP2200 (BH 112957);
 Town of Caroline, Slaterville Springs, field, near swamp, 13 Jul 1919, Eames & Randolph (BH 109072);
 Ithaca, South Hill Swamp, dried up sedgy meadow, glaciated Allegheny Plateau, 17 Jul 1938, Clausen 3499 (BH 6019);
 Caroline, east end of Slaterville Swamp, meadow soil, hayfield, 13 Jul 1919, Eames & Randolph 11566 (BH 3672);
 Dryden, east end of Slaterville Swamp, meadow soil, hayfield, 13 Jul 1919, Eames & Wiegand 11565 (BH 3671);
 Caroline, 0.5 mile northwest of Caroline Center, damp pasture, 13 Jul 1919, Eames & Wiegand 11564 (BH 6017);
 Dryden, 3 miles northeast of Slaterville, low ground at foot of high hill, 20 Jul 1919, Eames & Wiegand 11561 (BH 6018);
 Dryden, in hills west of Dryden Lake, meadow, 20 Jul 1919, Eames & Wiegand 11562 (BH 6021);
 Newfield, Arnot Forest, Lot #55, edge of marsh, 6 Jul 1975, Russell 2 (BH 28302);
 Town of Caroline, gravel pit near Brooktondale off of Beaver Creek Road, disturbed gravels, 30 Jun 2002, Werier 1166 (BH 32868);
 Ithaca, South Hill Marsh, dessicated, 20 Jul 1914, Wiegand 1834 (BH 6020);