TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Cirsium discolor(Mühl. ex Willd.) Spreng.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Field Thistle

Asteraceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: On banks in rich gravelly soils ; scarce. Aug. Negundo Woods (D.) ; University Grove, formerly (D.); Indian Spring marsh (D.) ; Myers Point, and occasionally along the lake shore to Levanna and Lockwood Flats (D.!) ; Salmon Creek. N. B. to S. Dak., southw. to Ga., Mo., and Nebr. In the coastal region the plant is more abundant close to the ocean, possibly in saline soils.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Cirsium discolor (this list may be incomplete)
 borders of southwest Ludlowville, Sep 1875, Dudley (BH 21498);
 Lansing, Myers Point, sandy and gravelly bluff, 12 Jun 1918, Eames & Wiegand 11022 (BH 21496);
 Lansing, Myers Point, sandy and gravelly bluff, 21 Aug 1918, Eames & Wiegand 11022 (BH 21499);
 Lansing, east side of Salmon Creek, tributary ravine, rich thicket by road, 28 Aug 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13215 (BH 21502);
 Lansing, near Ludlowville, Salmon Creek ravine, 31 Aug 1916, Rowlee & Dunlap (BH 21497);

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