TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Eupatorium sessilifoliumL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted no accepted
Upland Boneset

Asteraceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Dry cliffs and talus of ravines and on steep banks in the less acid soils ; scarce. Aug.-Sept. Enfield Glen (D.) ; Fall Creek Gorge, below Ithaca Falls (D.!) ; near the Nook (D.) ; Cayuga Lake shore, s. of Shurger Glen (D.!) and n. of Myers Point (D.). Vt. and Mass. to Ill., southw. to Ga., Ala., and Mo. ; infrequent or rare on the Coastal Plain.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Eupatorium sessilifolium (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Fall Creek Ravine, below, Ithaca Falls, rocks, north side of ravine, 7 Sep 1914, Metcalf 3228 (BH 67035);

SPECIMENS OF Eupatorium sessilifolium var. brittonianum
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, below Ithaca Falls, dry cliffs on shale, 19 Sep 1917, Bechtel & Wiegand 8895 (BH 10699);
 Ithaca, on the rocky bank of Fall Creek, 27 Sep 1884, Coville (BH 10701);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, dry bank, sand cliffs, 27 Aug 1875, Dudley (BH 10702);
 Lansing, south of Portland Point, dry shale talus, lake shore, 7 Jul 1919, Eames 12990 (BH 10700);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek Ravine, west of Ithaca Falls, crevices of shale, 7 Sep 1914, Metcalf 3228 (BH 10703);
 Ithaca, 27 Aug 1881, Rowlee (BH 10698);

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