Carex radiata(Wahl.) Small
accepted accepted accepted
Eastern Star Sedge


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Dry scrubby hillsides and thickets, in gravelly or somewhat sandy, not clearly calcareous, soils; apparently rare. June (10)20-July 30. N. of Caroline Center, and in the narrows between Slaterville and Caroline Center (A. J. E., K. M. W., & L. F. Randolph). Me. to N.Y. and Ky., southw. to N.C. and Tenn., chiefly in the mts. The C. rosea var. radiata and var. minor, of Grays Man., ed. 7, were each composed of both C. rosea and C. radiata as here interpreted. It is impossible to determine the var. minor and the var. radiata of Dudleys Cayuga Flora.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Carex radiata (this list may be incomplete)
 without locality, , Dilger WCD95 (BH 112503);
 east of Ithaca, McGowan Woods, 27 May 1934, Clausen 1074 (BH 2176);
 Ithaca, Buttermilk Falls State Park, upper Buttermilk Ravine, alluvial flats, 17 Jun 1975, Krusi (BH 2177);
 Danby, west of Michigan Hollow Swamp, grassy field, 20 Jun 1917, Metcalf 7695 (BH 6571);
 Danby, west of Michigan Hollow Swamp, grassy field, 20 Jun 1917, Metcalf 7696 (BH 6572);
 Danby, Michigan Hollow Swamp, 5 May 1889, Rowlee (BH 5084);
 Ithaca, upper end of Beebe Pond, 6 Jun 1895, Rowlee (BH 2178);
 Town of Ithaca, approximately 106 meters north of Hanshaw Road and 137 meters west of Sapsucker Woods Road, successional forest, 24 Jun 2008, Werier 3413 (BH 31949);
 Town of Dryden, McLean Preserve, west of Mud Pond, mesic deciduous forest, 26 Jun 1974, Wesley FRW675 (BH 2175);
 Dryden, Round Marshes (Gracie's Swamp), around Mud Pond, dry woods, 10 Jun 1925, Wiegand 16067 (BH 2170);
 Town of Dryden, McLean preserve, Round Marshes, 30 May 1896, Wiegand (BH 5083);


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