TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Hieracium umbellatum
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
no no not treated
Asteraceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Dry sandy or gravelly banks, in mostly sterile, neutral soils; infrequent. Aug.-Sept. Around South Hill Marsh; n. of upper Coy Glen; Cascadilla woods (D.) ; bank of Fall Creek (D. !) ; Cayuga Heights; North Lansing; Waterloo; and probably elsewhere ; apparently absent on both the chestnut soils and the more calcareous gravels of the McLean district. The factors governing the distribution of this species are not clearly known. Lab. to B. C, southw. to N. J., Pa., Ind., Mich., S. Dak., and Oreg.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Hieracium umbellatum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, Cascadilla Woods, 23 Aug 1875, anonymous 531 (BH 22158);
 Ithaca, South Hill, dry woods around marsh, 15 Sep 1917, Bechtel 9007 (BH 22160);
 Ithaca, open woods, 20 Aug 1875, Dudley (BH 22159);
 Ithaca, north of Coy Glen, dry roadside, 29 Aug 1915, Eames 5356 (BH 22157);
 Ithaca, north of Coy Glen, dry roadside, 29 Aug 1915, Eames 5356 (BH 66907);
 Lansing, 1.5 miles west of North Lansing, dry roadside, 28 Aug 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13253 (BH 22155);
 Ithaca, South Hill Marsh, 21 Sep 1935, Hunt & Clausen 2088 (BH 22154);
 Ithaca, South Hill, border of swamp, 25 Aug 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 610 (BH 22153);
 Ithaca, Coy Glen, 10 Oct 1917, Wiegand 9008 (BH 22156);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, bank of creek, 24 Aug 1914, Thomas 3330 (BH 22161);

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