TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Myosotis laxaLehm.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Bay Forget-me-not

Boraginaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Wet alluvial and often somewhat boggy meadows and marshes, ditches, and shores, but less distinctly calciphile than the preceding species ; common, especially around the larger lakes. July 1-Sept. 1. Common around Cayuga Lake; rare or absent in the towns s. of Ithaca. Newf. and Ont., southw. to Ga. and Tenn.; less common on the Coastal Plain.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Myosotis laxa (this list may be incomplete)
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, at ford on Lost Spring Road, 19 Jun 2004, Dilger WCD1943 (BH );
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, west side north beaver pond, sun, moist, 29 Jun 2006, Dilger FWNP2219 (BH );
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, Lost Spring Road, south of ford, 6 Jun 2004, Dilger WCD1936 (BH );
 Dryden, north of Dryden Lake along the Jim Schug Trail, wet grassy creek bank, Flowers blue with a yellow center, 4 millimeters diameter, 8 Jul 2011, Trigoboff 1127 (BH 76199);   VEmap  GOOmap
 Freeville, water and wet ground on margin of pond, Blue flowers, 29 Jun 1919, Arnold (BH 13529);
 Dryden, north of Etna Station, roadside ditch, 19 Jul 1917, Bechtel 8674 (BH 13527);
 south of Ithaca, Larch Meadow, 6 Jun 1908, Brown (BH 13530);
 Ithaca Flats, Nov 1904, Burnham (BH 13535);
 Lansing, Portland Point, side of pond, 25 Jun 1916, Gershoy 7050 (BH 13534);
 Lansing, near church at Asbury, In ditch, 4 Aug 1917, Gershoy 8672 (BH 13528);
 Dryden, northeast corner of Townley Swamp, In swale, 4 Aug 1917, Gershoy 8673 (BH 13526);
 Ithaca, pond at Power Station, damp bank, 24 Jul 1913, Palmer 1006 (BH 13532);
 Ithaca, marshy flats between the city and Cayuga Lake west of the Inlet, Among cattails in open alluvial and marshy flats, 3 Jul 1913, Palmer 1007 (BH 13533);
 Ulysses, Taughannock Ravine, on point, swale, 22 Jul 1913, Wiegand & Palmer 1003 (BH 13531);
 Ithaca, west of Inlet, between the city and Cayuga Lake, open alluvial and marshy flats, very wet soil, 7 Jul 1913, Wiegand & Palmer 1002 (BH 13525);

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