TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Lonicera oblongifolia(Goldie) Hooker
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Fly Honeysuckle, Swamp Fly Honeysuckle

Caprifoliaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Calcareous and sometimes brackish peaty swamps; scarce. June 1-20. Headwaters Swamp (D. in C. U. Herb.); sparingly in Michigan Hollow Swamp (D.!); swamp at head of Lake Como (Locke Pond, Dr. C. Atwood, D.); Otter Creek, Cortland (D.); Lowery Ponds (D. !); tamarack swamp w. of Savannah, in Galen (D.!); Crusoe Prairie; Westbury Bog; Miller Bog, Spring Lake; frequent on the Ontario plain. N. N.B. to Man., southw. to Me., Vt., N.Y., w. Pa., Mich., and Minn.; rare or absent in granitic N.E. and on the Coastal Plain. A form with yellow fruit occurs with the typical red-fruited form at Lowery Ponds.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Lonicera oblongifolia (this list may be incomplete)
 Danby, Michigan Hollow Swamp, 10 Jun 1883, Dudley (BH 14837);
 Danby, northwest corner of Michigan Hollow Swamp, 20 Jul 1919, Eames & Wiegand 12932 (BH 14835);
 Danby, Michigan Hollow, April 1922, Muenscher & Foster 14923 (BH 14836);
 Danby, 30 May 1889, Rowlee (BH 14834);

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Lonicera oblongifolia

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Lonicera oblongifolia

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