TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Cerastium arvenseL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted no accepted
Field mouse-ear Chickweed, Field Chickweed

Caryophyllaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Lawns and other grassy places; rare. May. Corner of East and South Aves. and near Stone Hall, C. U. campus; cemetery, University Ave. (D. !); Chi Psi (Fiske) grounds (D.). Native on rocky serpentine soils: Lab. to Alaska, southw. to Del., Pa., Ind., Minn., Colo., and Calif., also along the mts. to Ga. The plant of lawns and fields is probably naturalized from Eu.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Cerastium arvense (this list may be incomplete)
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, Lost Spring Road, flowers white, 6 Jun 2004, Dilger WCD1935 (BH 113162);
 Ithaca, 24 May 1885, Moore (BH 53054);
 Ithaca, making a mat, 16 May 1918, Bailey (BH 15093);
 Ithaca, East Avenue, 16 May 1933, Clausen 506 (BH 15094);
 Dryden, dry places, cemetery, 9 May 1880, Curtice (BH 15097);
 Ithaca, cemetery, Jun 1882, Dudley (BH 15098);
 Ithaca, 19 May 1882, Kilborne (BH 15092);
 Ithaca, Ithaca cemetery, near Cascadilla Creek, in grass, 8 May 1915, Metcalf 4021 (BH 15090);
 Town of Newfield, bank near second overhead crossing up Inlet valley, roadside, A large patch, 11 May 1938, Wiegand 19862 (BH 15091);
 Ithaca, cemetery, 25 May 1893, Wiegand (BH 15101);
THERE ARE AN ADDITIONAL 3 SPECIMENS AT BH THAT ARE NOT YET FULLY RECORDED

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