Carum carviL.
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CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: A weed by roadsides, in gravelly neutral or calcareous soils ; frequent. Fr. July 15-Sept. Rare near Ithaca and on the shore of Cayuga Lake, elsewhere frequent: Dry Run, Spencer and near North Spencer; s.w. corner of Enfield; w. of Caroline Pinnacles; South Hill, s. of the marsh and s. of the %0D%0A"Incline "; Brookton; Cascadilla Creek; Renwick woods; near McGowan Woods; Forest Home; near Ringwood; McLean; around schoolhouse n. of Esty; and elsewhere. A northern plant, more common on the higher hills. Newf. to S. Dak., southw. to Pa. and Colo.; abundant as a weed northw. Naturalized from Eu. The form with rose-colored flowers (forma rhodochranthum A. H. Moore, see Rhodora 11: 178, 1909) "near road from Danby to West Danby " (D.).

BH SPECIMENS FOR Carum carvi (this list may be incomplete)
 Connecticut Hill, near Ithaca, abandoned farmhouse, 12 Jul 1928, Bailey (BH 12580);
 Ithaca, roadside, 7 Jun 1916, Bailey (BH 12577);
 Ithaca, roadside, 8 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12582);
 Ithaca, along Ellis Hollow Road beyond CCC camp, field, 13 Jun 1943, Clausen 5998 (BH 12579);
 Ithaca, East Hill, fields, 15 Jun 1882, Dudley (BH 12571);
 West Danby, near Ball Hill, roadside, flowers pink, 7 Jul 1882, Dudley (BH 12578);
 Ithaca, city dump, 24 Jul 1922, Eames 14862 (BH 12574);
 Dryden, Ringwood, roadside, 29 Jun 1918, Eames & Wiegand 10537 (BH 12572);
 Ithaca, South Hill, south of bog, in field, 11 Jun 1922, Muenscher 14861 (BH 12575);
 east of Ithaca, Cascadilla Creek valley, near Game Farm, roadside, 1 Jun 1933, Paff & Clausen 747 (BH 12581);
 Danby, Miller Road, pasture, 8 Jun 1972 , Rehr (BH 12576);
 Ithaca, Forest Home, roadside, 24 Jun 1915, Thomas 4682 (BH 24233);   VEmap  GOOmap
 Enfield, southwest corner town, roadside, 11 Jul 1917, Wiegand 8540 (BH 12573);


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