TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Conium maculatumL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Poison Hemlock

Apiaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: A weed in damp waste places and by roadsides, in rich gravelly or loamy, moreor less calcareous, soils ; frequent. Fr. July-Aug. Spencer St., toward Buttermilk Glen; Six Mile Creek, near Ferris Place bridge ; roadside near Renwick ; farmyards, Salmon Creek valley ; and elsewhere. Que. to Ont. and Mich., southw. to Del., Pa., and Ind., also in Calif., Mex., and S. A. Naturalized from Eu. Very poisonous if eaten.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Conium maculatum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, 20 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12635);
 Ithaca, 20 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12633);
 Ithaca, 20 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12640);
 Ithaca, roadside, 25 Jun 1916, Bailey (BH 12638);
 without locality, roadside, 25 Jun 1916, Bailey (BH 12639);
 Ithaca, Inlet Valley, roadside, 24 Oct 1918, Bechtel 10533 (BH 12643);
 Ithaca, Giles Street near South Hill bridge, roadside, 2 Jul 1908, Brown (BH 12644);
 Ithaca, Inlet Valley, roadside, 18 Jul 1915, Dean & Eames 4673 (BH 12646);
 Ithaca, 14 Jul 1875, Dudley 348 (BH 12645);
 Lansing, roadside, 21 Aug 1918, Eames 10532 (BH 24241);
 Ithaca, Six Mile Gorge, along stream, 18 Jul 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 549 (BH 12634);
 Ithaca, between Fall Creek, East Hill, and Cayuga Lake, open alluvial and marshy flats, 14 Aug 1913, Palmer 8833 (BH 12642);
 Ithaca, near Ferris Place bridge, waste ground, 24 Jun 1913, Palmer 882 (BH 24242);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, Insectary, 6 Jul 1972, Rehr (BH 12641);
THERE ARE AN ADDITIONAL 1 SPECIMENS AT BH THAT ARE NOT YET FULLY RECORDED

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Conium maculatum

Conium maculatum

Conium maculatum

Conium maculatum

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