TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Carex lasiocarpaEhrh.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
American Woollyfruit Sedge, Woollyfruit Sedge

Cyperaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Marl bogs, often in very wet places; frequent in such localities. June 10-July 10. Summit Marsh; s. of Michigan Hollow Swamp; Fleming Meadow; Beaver Brook; Junius marl ponds ; Westbury Prairie; Stark Pond; Spring Lake. Newf. to B.C., southw. to n. N.J., Pa., Iowa, and Minn.; rare or absent on the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Found also in Eu.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Carex lasiocarpa (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, Jun 1, 1893, Rowlee (BH 2527);
 Town of Dryden, south of Malloryville Road and west of abandoned railroad grade, Malloryville Fen, open rich fen, 22 May 1993, Stark & Wesley FRW 1968 (BH 6561);
 Dryden, north of Malloryville bog, shrubby rich fen, 28 Jun 1989, Wesley FRW1743 (BH 3696);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, 3 Jun 1893, Wiegand (BH 2525);
 Town of Dryden, McLean, 30 May 1896, Wiegand (BH 6562);
 south of Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, 8 Jun 1896, Wiegand (BH 2526);
 Dryden, southeast of McLean, swale, 8 Jun 1918, Wiegand 9527 (BH 6469);

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