TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Onosmodium hispidissimumMackenzie
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
no no == Onosmodium bejariense
Boraginaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Dry or damp rocky or gravelly soil ; rare. July. South Hill from near the reservoir to the Quarry Woods beyond the Incline (D. !), that is, around Cayuga St. extension below the railroad; gravel bars in Salmon Creek s. of Genoa (K. M. W., A. J. E., & L. F. Randolph). Cent. N. Y. to Minn, and Nebr. southw. to Ga. and Tex.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Onosmodium hispidissimum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, South Hill, Jun 1874, Rowlee (BH 22938);
 Ithaca, South Hill, 15 Jun 1895, Wiegand (BH 22940);
 Ithaca, South Hill, South Cayuga Street, rocky open soil, 16 Jul 1916, Wiegand 7061 (BH 59938);
 south of Genoa, gravel bars in Salmon Creek Ravine, gravel bars, 21 Aug 1918, Wiegand 10675 (BH 47432);
 Lansing, Salmon Creek valley about two miles north of Ludlowville, corolla white, with green tips, 5 Jul 1936, Clausen & Miller 2217 (BH 22937);

SPECIMENS OF Onosmodium hispidissimum subsp. hispidissimum
 Ithaca, South Hill, South Cayuga Street extension, rocky open soil, 16 Jul 1916, Wiegand 7061 (BH 22936);

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