Cynoglossum officinaleL.
accepted accepted accepted
Hound's Tongue


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Rich gravelly pasture lands and the borders of thickets, in more or less calcareous soils ; frequent. June-July. Common in the McLean region, frequent in gravel about the larger ravines of the basin, and occasional on the richer soils e. of Cayuga Lake; elsewhere rare or absent: Six Mile Creek, near Amphitheater; Fall Creek, e. of Forest Home; Willets; near Paine Creek; Union Springs; Black Creek; Howland Island; and elsewhere. Que. and Ont. to Man., southw. to S. C, Ala., Kans., and Mont. Naturalized from Eurasia.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Cynoglossum officinale (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, Alumni field, 20 Jun 1934, Allen X18627 (BH 78811);
 Lansing, near Hemlock Brook, pure white, 25 Jun 1885, Dudley (BH 31330);
 shore of Cayuga Lake, 17 Jul 1918, Randolph (BH 115268);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, 19 Jun 1876, anonymous (BH 13384);
 Ithaca, Larch Meadow, 24 May 1910, anonymous (BH 13385);
 Enfield, near Ithaca, 14 May 1922, Bailey (BH 13381);
 McLean, 2 Jun 1919, Bailey (BH 13376);
 Ithaca, north slope of Fall Creek, pasture, 23 Jun 1917, Bechtel 8660 (BH 13378);
 southeast of Brookton, roadside, 16 Jun 1908, Brown (BH 13383);
 Ithaca, roadside, 6 Jun 1882, DeForest (BH 13497);
 Ithaca, 18 Jun 1875, Dudley (BH 13379);
 Ithaca, near inlet, pink, 1885, Dudley (BH 13496);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Creek, 31 May 1881, Howland (BH 13498);
 Ithaca, Six Mile Creek, 27 May 1886, Moore (BH 13380);
 McLean Preserve, 8 Jun 1918, Randolph (BH 13499);
 Groton, east village, 2 Jun 1891, Rhodes (BH 13382);


Cynoglossum officinale

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