TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Draba arabisansMichx.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Rock Draba

Brassicaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Damp or dry shale ledges and crests, in limy situations; rare. May 20-June 10. First small ravine n. of McKinney Twin Glens, 1881 (D.!), still persisting; Esty Glen, along the brook just above the falls, 1871 (D.), 1918!, and edge of woods just s. of falls, 1916!. Reported from only about five other stations in N. Y., one being in Erie Co. and the others all in the northern part of the State. Lab. and Newf. to Ont., southw. locally to Me., Vt., and N.Y. A northern species.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Draba arabisans (this list may be incomplete)
 Lansing, edge of Esty Glen, on heights, 30 May 1916, Bechtel & Wiegand 6471 (BH 13958);
 Ithaca, Burdick Glen (Esty Glen), rocks, Jul 1895, Dudley (BH 13962);
 Lansing, Esty Glen, 6 Jul 1918, Eames 9913 (BH 13960);
 Lansing, small ravine N of Esty Glen, dry rocks, 7 Jul 1919, Eames 12081 (BH 13957);
 Town of Lansing, Burdicks Glen (now Esty Glen), rocky banks, 24 May 1878, Hine (BH 13956);
 Lansing township, Esty Glen, just S of falls, edge of woods, 25 May 1935, Hunt & Winne 1629 (BH 13963);
 Lansing, east shore of Cayuga Lake, north of McKinneys Glen, 10 Jul 1886, Rowlee (BH 13959);
 Ithaca, 24 May 1874, Rowlee (BH 13964);
 Lansing, Burdick's Glen (Esty Glen), 26 May 1894, Wiegand (BH 13961);

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