TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Rubus caesiusL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
European Dewberry

Rosaceae


BH SPECIMENS FOR Rubus caesius (this list may be incomplete)
 Lansing, south of Lockerby Hill Road, west side of Salmon Creek, prostrate stems in spreading mats, flowers white, single druplet dark bluish-black, 16 Sep 2007, Dirig 7948 (BH 11001);
 Ithaca, by Town and Gown Club, established, 12 Nov 1931, Bailey (BH 18988);
 Ithaca, near Town and Gown Club, bank, 12 Nov 1931, Bailey (BH 18987);
 Ithaca, by Old Town & Gown Club, colony holding its own, 16 Jul 1938, Bailey (BH 19005);
 Ithaca, Town and Gown colony, canes biennial, berries purple-black, 5/8 inches thick, 3/4 inches high, 16 Jul 1938, Bailey (BH 18986);
 Ithaca, 3 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 18995);
 Ithaca, by Town and Gown Club, 3 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 18994);
 Ithaca, by Town and Gown Club, 4 Aug 1923, Bailey (BH 18993);
 Ithaca, by Town and Gown Club, 4 Aug 1923, Bailey (BH 18992);
 Ithaca, by Town and Gown Club, 4 Aug 1923, Bailey (BH 18991);
 Ithaca, bank, covering bank and spreading, arching over and then running, stamens glaucous, druplets few, large, glaucous, 4 Aug 1923, Bailey (BH 18990);
 Ithaca, by Town and Gown Club, 4 Aug 1923, Bailey (BH 18989);
 Ithaca, back of old Town and Gown Club, 6 Jul 1936, Bailey (BH 19007);
 Ithaca, back of old Town and Gown Club, 6 Jul 1936, Bailey (BH 19006);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Park, 19 Jul 1028, Burnham 17244 (BH 19001);
 Ithaca, beyond east end of Pearsall Place, above and on south side of Six-Mile Creek ravine, weedy field, primocane, 19 Oct 1984, Dress & Mulholland 13513 (BH 18998);
 Lansing, along the west side of Salmon Creek Road, above Salmon Creek, about 0.1 miles south of Salmon intersection with Lockerby Hill Road, on a semi-shady road embankment and high bank creek, in calcareous loam mixed with road gravel. Growing with several species, low plant, locally abundant, stems long-creeping and tip-rooting, root suckers common, young stems glaucous, petals white, flowers apparently female or bisexual, fruit rare or when present with 1 large carpel only, Aug 9 2009, Goldman & Dirig 4086 (BH 76447);   VEmap  GOOmap
 Lansing, along the west side of Salmon Creek Road, above Salmon Creek, about 0.1 miles south of Salmon intersection with Lockerby Hill Road, on a semi-shady road embankment and high bank creek, in calcareous loam mixed with road gravel, growing with several species, low plant, locally abundant, stems long-creeping and tip-rooting, root-suckers common, young stems glaucous, petals white, flowers apparently female or bisexual, fruit rare or present with 1 large carpel only, Aug 9 2009, Goldman & Dirig 4086 (BH 76448);   VEmap  GOOmap
 Ithaca, near Stewart Avenue, near crest of Cascadilla Gorge, arch-mounding over waste-heaps, 10 Jun 1939, Smith 1340 (BH 19004);
 Ithaca, near Stewart Avenue, near crest of Cascadilla Gorge, over waste heaps, arch-mounding, 10 Jun 1939, Smith 1340 (BH 19003);
 Ithaca, near Stewart Avenue, near crest of Cascadilla Gorge, arch-mounding over waste-heaps, 10 Jun 1939, Smith 1340 (BH 18996);
 Ithaca, near Stewart Avenue, near crest of Cascadilla Gorge, arch-mounding over waste-heaps, 10 June 1939, Smith 1340 (BH 19002);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Park, 1939, Smith 1340 (BH 18997);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Park, 1939, Smith 1340 (BH 19000);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Park, 1939, Smith 1340 (BH 18999);
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