TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Celastrus scandensL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
American Bittersweet, Climbing Bittersweet, False Bittersweet, Shrubby Bittersweet

Celastraceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: In thickets along streams and fences, and on cliffs, in gravelly or shaly neutral or calcareous soils; common. June-July 15. Abundant along the lake cliffs, and frequent in the ravines of the basin. Not characteristic of the chestnut and ericaceous acid soils, and for the most part absent in such locations. Me. to Mass., southw. especially in the mts. to N.C., and to Kans. and N. Mex.; less frequent on the Coastal Plain.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Celastrus scandens (this list may be incomplete)
 Cayuga Lake shore, Oct 1882, Dudley (BH 52846);
 Ithaca, Six Mile Gorge, 9 Oct 1933, Ellis 662 (BH 47514);
 Ulysses, Bailiwick, 15 Oct 1922, Bailey (BH 4478);
 Ulysses, Bailiwick, 18 Jun 1916, Bailey (BH 4473);
 below cliffs along Cayuga Lake southwest of Esty Glen, talus slope, 31 Oct 1937, Clausen 3263 (BH 4472);
 below cliffs along Cayuga Lake southwest of Esty Glen, talus slope, 31 Oct 1937, Clausen 3263 (BH 4470);
THERE ARE AN ADDITIONAL 9 SPECIMENS AT BH THAT ARE NOT YET FULLY RECORDED

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