TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Carex brunnescens(Pers.) Poir. ex Lam.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Brownish Sedge

Cyperaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Meadows and springy places, in calcareous soils; infrequent. June. Michigan Hollow Swamp (D.!); Spruce Swamp, Enfield (D.); Dryden-Lansing Swamp (D.); Freeville Bog (D.); borders of McLean Bogs (D.! ; open pasture, Beaver Brook. Lab. and Newf. to B.C., southw. to N.C., Mich., and in the Rocky Mts.; apparently absent on the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Found also in Eu.



BH SPECIMENS FOR Carex brunnescens (this list may be incomplete)
 McLean, Round Marshes, 30 May 1896, Wiegand (BH 49733);
 McLean, 21 Jul 1920, Bailey (BH 3648);
 McLean Preserve, 4 Jun 1932, Clausen 247 (BH 6104);
 Danby, east of Michigan Hollow Swamp, grassy meadow, 20 Jun 1917, Metcalf 7685 (BH 6105);
 McLean, open semi-dry woodland, 5 Jun 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 90 (BH 3649);
 Freeville Bog: swale south side, 30 May 1896, Wiegand (BH 6109);
 Danby, border of Michigan Hollow Swamp, 30 May 1919, Wiegand 11535 (BH 6106);
 Dryden, Round Marshes, boggy border, 31 May 1914, Wiegand 1807 (BH 3647);
 Dryden, Round Marshes (Gracie's Swamp), southeast border of marsh, mossy thickets, 31 May 1914, Wiegand 1806 (BH 6107);
 Freeville, Mud Creek, 9 Jun 1894, Wiegand (BH 6108);

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