Helenium autumnaleL.
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Common Sneezeweed


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Along streams and the borders of marshes and along the lake shore, in sandy or gravelly calcareous soils; frequent. Aug. 20-Oct. Especially abundant on the gravel bars in the creeks of the basin, about the Cayuga Marshes, and on the calcareous sandy shore of Cayuga Lake at Farley Point. W. Que. and w. Mass. to Man. and Oreg., southw. to Fla. and Ariz. ; infrequent on the Atlantic Coastal Plain except in the maritime sands.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Helenium autumnale (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, sandy beach, 14 Aug 1918, Randolph (BH 110077);
 Ithaca, 22 Sep 1915, Bailey (BH 11586);
 Ithaca, 26 Sep 1911, Bailey (BH 11585);
 Ithaca, open alluvial and marshy flats between Fall Creek, East Hill and Cayuga Lake, deep shores, 20 Sep 1913, Brown 1312 (BH 21947);
 Ithaca, Cornell University campus, south edge of Beebe Lake, perennial, ray and disk florets yellow, 26 Aug 1947, Dress 70 (BH 21951);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, river banks, 2 Sep 1875, Dudley (BH 21954);
 Dryden, above Freeville, Fall Creek, gravelly shore of creek, 10 Aug 1913, Eames & MacDaniels 1313 (BH 21952);
 Ithaca, 500 m from confluence with Cayuga Lake, dense herb layer on wet alluvium, with Acer negundo and Eupatorium, herb ca. 0.75 m tall, yellow flowers, 13 Sep 1983, Field 17 (BH 21948);
 Ithaca, Renwick Flats, 28 Aug 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 624 (BH 21949);
 Ithaca, just beyond Buttermilk Ravine, roadside, 23 Aug 1913, Palmer 1311 (BH 21946);
 Lansing, Salmon Creek, sand bars, 21 Aug 1918, Randolph (BH 21953);
 Ithaca, 2 Sep 1875, Rowlee (BH 21950);


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