Chenopodium capitatum(L.) Aschers.
accepted no accepted
Strawberry Blite, Blite Goosefoot


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Recently cleared woodlands and thickets, on gravelly, upland, more or less calcareous soils; rare. July 20-Aug. Ridge near McLean Bogs (L. H. MacDaniels); e. of Pony Hollow (D.); Freeville, near bog (D.); near Ludlowville (H. B. Lord); Ledyard, 1827 (J.J. Thomas). E. Que. to Alaska, southw. to n. N.J., Pa., Ill., Minn., and in the Rocky Mts. to Colo.; rare or absent on the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Found also in Eu.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Chenopodium capitatum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, 27 Jun 1896, anonymous (BH 1141);
 Dryden, near Freeville, peat bog, 15 Sep 1880, Dudley 744 (BH 1143);
 Freeville, 18 Jun 1881, Dudley (BH 15339);
 Dryden, north of Freeville, open hillside, dry freshly broken loam, 10 Aug 1913, Eames & MacDaniels 431 (BH 1140);
 near Tompkins Co. Poorhouse, field, 24 Jun 1896, Hiddan (BH 1142);
 Ithaca, Cornell University, Cornell Plantations, Robison York State Herb Garden, section: Herbs of the Iroquois section, seed from RHS Gardens at Wisley, Surrey, England as C. foliosum, 29 Jun 1981, Krause & Hirshfeld 305 (BH 1139);
 Dryden, 1.5 miles east of Freeville, along old logging road west of Woodwardia Bog, on gravelly slope in woods, rare, sporadic, one specimen seen in 3 years of observations, 3 Jul 1968, Patrick 3 (BH 15340);
 Ithaca, Round Marsh, 13 Aug 1896, Wiegand (BH 1144);


Chenopodium capitatum

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