Carex hitchcockianaDewey
accepted accepted accepted
Hitchcock's Sedge


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Rich woods, in deep black soil and humus on a gravelly nonacid subtratum; frequent. June 15-30. S. of Danby village (D.); foot of hill, Inlet Valley, Ithaca-Newfield town line; n. of Lick Brook; Beech Woods, Six Mile Creek; n. of Forest Home (D.); Franklins ravine and Camp Warwick (D.); alluvial woods along creek n. of Mecklenburg; between Jacksonville and Waterburg; Ovid Woods (D.); Little Salmon Creek valley; Paine Creek glen; Wood Mill station (D.); Big Gully; woods e. of Turtle Pond. Vt. to Mich., southw. to Ky. and Mo. A plant primarily of the rich soils of the Ohio Valley.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Carex hitchcockiana (this list may be incomplete)
 without locality, 28 May 2002, Werier 1072 (BH 29740);
 Ithaca, 10 Jun 1885, anonymous (BH 3622);
 near Danby Village, woods, 7 Jul 1881, Dudley (BH 3623);
 Ulysses, between Jacksonville and Waterburg, rich woodland, 16 Jun 1918, Eames & Wiegand 9504 (BH 3624);
 Newfield-Ithaca town line, Inlet Valley, rich woods, base of hill, 6 Jun 1918, Eames & Wiegand 9496 (BH 6504);
 Town of Dryden, adjacent to N side of Six Mile Creek downstream from German Cross Rd., Very rich basswood maple mesic forest adjacent to creek with lots of native but also plenty of non-native plants including Carex laxiculmis var. copulata, Allium tricoccum Maianthemum racemosum, Dactylis glomerata, Hesperis matronalis, Elaeagnus umbellata, 27 May 2006, Werier 2989 (BH 32874);
 Ithaca, Lick Brook, 10 Jun 1936, Wiegand 19336 (BH 3619);
 Ithaca, alluvial terrace, 29 Jun 1995, Wiegand (BH 3621);
 Ithaca, Six Mile Creek, 4 Jun 1896, Wiegand (BH 3620);
 Ithaca, north of Lick Brook, base of hill, rich woods, 6 Jun 1919, Wiegand 11654 (BH 3618);
 Ithaca, Beech Woods, 6 Jun 1914, Wiegand & Thomas 1913 (BH 6503);


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