Carex rostrataStokes ex With.
accepted no not treated
Beaked Sedge


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Boggy meadows and swales, in neutral or possibly more or less calcareous regions; frequent. June 15-July. The common form, occurring in the larger marshes and along our ponds and lakes (D.); sphagnum meadows along creek above Enfield Falls; Slaterville Swamp; Freeville; McLean Bogs (D.); Chicago Bog; Ludlowville; Canoga Marshes (D.); Lake Como. Newf. and Lab. to Sask. and B.C., southw. to Conn., N.Y., Ill.., Utah, and Calif.; rare on the Atlantic Coastal Plain.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Carex rostrata (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Jun 1872, anonymous (BH 5092);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, 16 Jun 1938, Allen 19845 (BH 5097);
 Danby, Michigan Hollow Swamp, 1 Jul 1884, Dudley (BH 5087);
 Dryden, McLean, Round Marsh Pond, 20 Jul 1882, Dudley (BH 5095);
 Freeville, 22 Jun 1876, Dudley (BH 5096);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, swampy bank of creek, 24 Jul 1882, Dudley (BH 5089);
 Ithaca, Inlet Marshes, Jul 1875, Dudley (BH 5088);
 Lansing, east of Ludlowville, ravine, 12 Jun 1918, Eames & Wiegand 9545 (BH 5086);
 northwest of Enfield Falls, open Sphagnum meadow, 11 Jul 1917, Gershoy 7803 (BH 5090);
 Lansing, Ludlowville, 1869, Lord (BH 5093);
 Town of Groton, 2.2 km north of McLean along Fall Creek, fen, 12 Jun 1974, Wesley FRW638 (BH 5085);
 Enfield, boggy woodland, 11 Jul 1917, Wiegand 7801 (BH 5094);
 Dryden, south side of Slaterville Swamp, swale, 16 Jul 1919, Wiegand 11700 (BH 5091);
 McLean Bogs, below spring south of Cabin, swale, 20 Jun 1937, Wiegand 19660 (BH 6573);


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