Erucastrum gallicum(Willd.) Schulz
accepted accepted accepted
Common Dogmustard


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: A weed in waste places; rare. South Ave., w. of baseball field, a few plants, 1918 (L. F. Randolph), since which time it has persisted; library slope, 1923 (W. C. Muenscher) railroad near Barge Canal Terminal, 1925 (Muenscher) ; dump, lighthouse road, 1925 (Muenscher) ; w. of bridge, Montezuma, 1925 (Muenscher). Known in N. A. heretofore from e. Mass. and Wis. Adventive from Eu.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Erucastrum gallicum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, south of Baker Dormitories, waste ground, 10 Jul 1924, Burnham (BH 53089);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, 12 Sep 1922, Bailey (BH 71891);
 Ithaca, roadside, 14 Sep 1921, Bailey (BH 71892);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, north of Beebe Lake, east of Balch Hall, Girls' playground, 10 Aug 1934, Burnham 18557 (BH 71893);
 Ithaca, Cornell University campus, near Veterinary College, 1 Sep 1936, Burnham 19403 (BH 13985);
 Ithaca, Cornell University campus, north of Veterinary College, roadside bank, 5 Jul 1932, Burnham 17906 (BH 13984);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, behind library, dry grassy slope, 20 May 1932, Clausen 562 (BH 71890);
 Ithaca, Lehigh Valley yards, 20 Jul 1925, Muenscher 16159 (BH 71894);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, Library slope near residential halls, 23 Oct 1923, Muenscher 15075 (BH 71896);
 Ithaca, Lighthouse Road, city dump, 24 Aug 1925, Muenscher 16161 (BH 71889);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, south side of Drill Hall, waste place by road, 9 Jul 1918, Randolph 9929 (BH 71895);


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