TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Hieracium piloselloidesVill.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted no accepted
Tall Hawkweed

Asteraceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: A weed in more gravelly dry sterile soils than the preceding; rare. June-Aug. Gravelly hillside pasture, n. e. corner of Butler Township, near Westbury Bog, 1916 (L. H. MacDaniels & A. J. E.). Along railroad tracks at Little York, Cortland Co. E. Que. and Ale., to Ont. and N. Y. Naturalized from Eu.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Hieracium piloselloides (this list may be incomplete)
 Lansing, in Salmon Creek valley, about two miles north of Ludlowville, sandy alluvium, 5 Jul 1936, Miller & Clausen 2219 (BH 22138);
 Lansing, in Salmon Creek valley, about two miles north of Ludlowville, sandy alluvium, 5 Jul 1936, Miller & Clausen 2219 (BH 22142);
 Lansing, in Salmon Creek valley, about two miles north of Ludlowville, sandy alluvium, flowers yellow, 5 Jul 1936, Miller & Clausen 2219 (BH 22137);
 Dryden, Ellis Hollow Road, Cornell Quarry, rocky open space, 5 Jul 1940, Smith 1550 (BH 22140);
 Lansing, south of Esty Glen, along Rt. 34 (East Shore Dr.), roadside, 10 Sep 1981, Wesley FRW1354 (BH 22139);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, Beebe Lake, drained silty bottom soil of lake, 2 Oct 1951, Muenscher & Herron (BH 22141);

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