TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Rudbeckia laciniataL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
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Cutleaf Coneflower

Asteraceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Borders of thickets, in rich low alluvial soils ; frequent, and generally distributed. July 20-Sept. 10. W. Me. to Man. and Idaho, southw. to Fla., Colo., and Ariz. ; rare or absent on the Coastal Plain. Three forms occur in the Cayuga Lake Basin : (a) leaves glabrous, the upper undivided leaves ovate; (b) leaves hairy, the upper undivided leaves ovate; (c) leaves glabrous, much divided, the upper leaves small, lanceolate, incised-divided, inconspicuous, disk corollas larger (5-5.2 mm. long), pappus deeper, achenes longer (4-5 mm. long), rays more pendent. The first two forms are common, the second one chiefly in the lake valley. The third form occurs only in the marl springs at Mud Creek, Freeville. It has been impossible to find names for these forms, and it is not possible to determine whether Linnaeus had in mind a hairy or a smooth plant.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Rudbeckia laciniata (this list may be incomplete)
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, Fivewellsania, north end of north vegetable garden, near entrance to Beech Road, found only here in 1981, but in 1998, also found near chicken house near Log House and on east side of Lost Spring Road opposite north clearing, 13 Aug 1981, Dilger WCD958 (BH );
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, west of Log House, 31 Jul 1996, Dilger WCD1363 (BH );

SPECIMENS OF Rudbeckia laciniata var. bipinnata
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Creek, damp soil, Aug 1875, Dudley (BH 22544);
 East Lansing, west of town, swale by roadside, 25 Jul 1920, Wright & Wiegand 13844 (BH 22547);

SPECIMENS OF Rudbeckia laciniata var.
 Ithaca, near Percy Field, 31 Jul 1918, Randolph (BH 110086);

SPECIMENS OF Rudbeckia laciniata var. bipinnata
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, Sep 1874, anonymous (BH 22538);
 near Ithaca, 6 Aug 1916, Bailey (BH 22540);
 near Ithaca, 6 Aug 1916, Bailey (BH 22559);
 Ithaca, Forest Home, island between bridges, 9 Sep 1919, Bechtel 13172 (BH 22539);
 Dryden, west of Dryden Lake, on north side of Chaffee Road, bank of stream, 1 Aug 1972, Clausen 72-66 (BH 22531);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Creek, Violet Island, 16 Aug 1919, Eames 13170 (BH 22541);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Creek, above Dwyer's Pond, 16 Aug 1919, Eames 13168 (BH 22543);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Creek, Above Dwyer's Pond, 16 Aug 1919, Eames 13168 (BH 22552);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek Rifle Range, marly springy place, 23 Aug 1919, Eames 13177 (BH 22566);
 Enfield, Enfield Ravine, opposite Lucifer Falls, wet mossy cliff, 9 Aug 1914, Eames 3299 (BH 22545);
 Dryden, Mud Creek, swampy open woods, 10 Aug 1913, Eames & MacDaniels 1293 (BH 22555);
 Ithaca, between the city and Cayuga Lake west of the Inlet, open alluvial soils and marshy flats, 4 Aug 1915, Eames & MacDaniels 5270 (BH 22535);
 Newfield, watershed in valley three miles southwest of West Danby, dry roadside thicket, 21 Aug 1919, Eames & Randolph 13179 (BH 22546);
 Newfield, near Newfield station, low ground, 21 Aug 1919, Eames & Randolph 13173 (BH 22562);
 Dryden, Mud Creek, thickets in mucky, marly soil, along creek, 1 Sep 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13184 (BH 22556);
 Dryden, Mud Creek, thickets in mucky, marly soil, along creek, 1 Sep 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13184 (BH 22557);
 Dryden, Mud Creek Swamp, springy open place by brook, 1 Sep 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13175 (BH 22565);
 Ithaca, Inlet Valley, north of Catholic Cemetery, alluvial thicket, 10 Aug 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13180 (BH 22548);
 Dryden, Mud Creek, marly springy openings, 10 Aug 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13183 (BH 22554);
 Dryden, Mud Creek Swamp, swamp, not in marl openings, 10 Aug 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13176 (BH 22564);
 Danby, ravine along road, West Danby to Danby, rich thicket, 22 Jul 1916, Metcalf 7293 (BH 22550);
 Ithaca, Renwick Flats, 18 Aug 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 562 (BH 22560);
 Ithaca, Cascadilla Ravine, Violet Island, stony soil, 18 Aug 1913, Palmer 1294 (BH 22551);
 Ithaca, west of Inlet, between the city and Cayuga lake, by West Marsh Road, open alluvial soils and marshy flats, damp thickets, 7 Aug 1913, Palmer 1295 (BH 22536);
 Ithaca, 26 Jul 1893, Rowlee (BH 22558);
 Dryden, Ellis Hollow, 21 Aug 1943, Schuster 20946 (BH 22542);
 Dryden, Ellis Hollow, roadside, escaped, 22 Aug 1943, Schuster 20947 (BH 22549);
 Ithaca, Coy Glen, along stream in glen, 14 Aug 1919, Wiegand 13174 (BH 22567);
 Ithaca, 29 Aug 1894, Wiegand (BH 22561);
 Ithaca, Inlet Valley, mouth of Buttermilk Creek, 5 Sep 1919, Wiegand 13181 (BH 22553);

SPECIMENS OF Rudbeckia laciniata var. laciniata
 Ithaca, Inlet at Buttermilk Creek, bank of inlet, 10 Aug 1919, Eames & Wiegand 13182 (BH 22534);
 near Freeville, Mud Creek, 5 Aug 1922, Muenscher & Bechtel 727 (BH 22532);
 Salmon Creek, meadow, 21 Aug 1918, Randolph (BH 22533);
 Town of Ithaca. Across hwy. from 2215 N. Triphammer Rd., Wet meadow (swale). With Impatiens capensis, Lythrum salicaria, Mentha spicata, Eupatorium perfoliatum., In flower., 7 Aug 2016, Tal 5513 (BH 108591);
 Ithaca, southeast corner of Cayuga Lake, alluvial soil, 16 Aug 1919, Wiegand 13169 (BH 22537);

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