TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Salix eriocephalaMichx.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Missouri River Willow

Salicaceae


BH SPECIMENS FOR Salix eriocephala (this list may be incomplete)
 Town of Lansing, shore of Cayuga Lake, lakeshore, probably on fill, Tree, the branches horizontal, the shoots upright at about 3 meters, 18 May 2011, Atha & Reveal 10383 (BH 62314);   VEmap  GOOmap
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, north side of Neimi Road, west of Farm House, east of power line cut, 30 Aug 2008, Dilger FWNP2296 (BH 112329);
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, west of Maple Road, in power line cut, 4 Sep 1998, Dilger WCD1519 (BH 112327);
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, in power line cut between Maple and Ridge Roads. See map on sheet, 6 Jul 1998, Dilger WCD1479 (BH 112328);
 Ithaca, Larch Meadows, 23 Oct 1933, Ellis 714 (BH 44004);
 Newfield, Arnot Forest, east facing slope near road, Lot #55, edge of marsh, 6 Jul 1975, Russell 1 (BH 28292);   VEmap  GOOmap
 Ithaca, 17 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 19670);
 Ithaca, 8 Jun 1919, Bailey (BH 19657);
 Town of Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, Inlet Valley, northeast of Inlet Valley School, in very wet meadow, shrub 1.5 meters, bark gray, branches ascending-divergent, mostly female, but some flowers male, carpels separate in some cases above middle, one filament branched, 12 Apr 1953, Clausen 8341 (BH 19824);
 Ithaca Tp., on north side of Six Mile Creek below Potter Falls, in gravel, shrub to 3 meters, 3 May 1953, Clausen 8326 (BH 19821);
 Ithaca, on north side of Six Mile Creek below Potter Falls, in gravelly soil in sparse grass in open ground at edge of woods, shrub to 3 meters, 4 Jan 1953, Clausen (BH 19820);
 Lansing township, Esty Glen, Cayuga Lake shore, 25 May 1935, Clausen & Hunt (BH 19668);
 north of Freeville, swampy place, bracts fuscous or dark brown, pistols glabrous, shrub to 5 dm, 5 May 1946, Clausen 6780 (BH 19822);
 Ithaca, near Renwick Flats, 20 May 1899, Cowen (BH 19826);
 Ulysses, Taughannock Ravine, Point, gravelly shore, 20 May 1916, Dean 6311 (BH 19825);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, 22 Apr 1871, Dudley (BH 19831);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek, 1. branches with male flowers and 2. branch with female flowers, 10 May 1875, Dudley (BH 19832);
 Valley above Ithaca, branches with male and female flowers, 5 May 1875, Dudley (BH 19829);
 Dryden, below Varna, bank of Fall Creek, 10 May 1913, Eames 350 (BH 19835);
 Dryden, Varna, shores of Fall Creek, 12 May 1913, Eames 352 (BH 19833);
 above East Ithaca, Cascadilla Ravine, bank of creek, 24 May 1913, Eames 353 (BH 19839);
 about 1 mile south of Caroline Depot, between Lehigh Valley & Delaware Lakawanna and Western Railroad tracks, low ground, leaves abundant, very coriaceous, deep green and shining, shrub somewhat more compact than S. cordata or S. sericea, 28 Aug 1918, Eames 9759 (BH 19836);
 Ithaca, Renwick, alluvial woods, a narrow-leaved divergent branching type, common on the flats, characters very nearly those of var. myricoides (Muhl.) Carey, but young capsules not pubescent, branches with flowers, 30 Apr 1918, Eames 9748 (BH 19819);
 Ithaca, near Lighthouse Pier, lake shore, branch with flowers, 30 Apr 1918, Eames 9746 (BH 19840);
 Ithaca, Renwick, branch with flowers, 30 Apr 1918, Eames 9743 (BH 19851);
 Ithaca, Renwick, branch with flowers, 30 Apr 1918, Eames 9744 (BH 19852);
 Caroline, south of depot, along stream, branch with flowers, 6 May 1918, Eames 9753 (BH 19838);
 Caroline, south of depot, along stream, branch with flowers, 6 May 1918, Eames 9749 (BH 19854);
 Ithaca, Cornell Heights and Cayuga Heights, roadside, 7 May 1913, Eames 351 (BH 19834);
 Caroline, south of depot, along stream, branch with flowers, 7 May 1918, Eames 9750 (BH 19837);
 Ithaca, Cayuga Heights, branch with flowers, 9 May 1932, Eames 17780 (BH 19841);
 Ithaca, Renwick, branch with flowers, 3 May 1918, Eames & Wiegand 9751 (BH 19849);
 Ithaca, Renwick, branch with flowers, 3 May 1918, Eames & Wiegand 9752 (BH 19850);
 Ithaca, Renwick, branch with flowers, 3 May 1918, Eames & Wiegand 9747 (BH 19853);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, branch with foliage and a gall, 15 Oct 1899, Fletcher 3 (BH 19848);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, 15 Oct 1899, Fletcher 33 (BH 19855);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, 15 Oct 1899, Fletcher 5 (BH 19856);
 Ithaca, by Forcing House, branch with leaves, 15 Oct 1899, Fletcher 80 (BH 19877);
 Ithaca, branch with leaves, 15 Oct 1899, Fletcher 83 (BH 19878);
 Ithaca, by Forcing House, 15 Oct 1899, Fletcher 80 (BH 19879);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, branch with foliage and gall, 15 Oct. 1899, Fletcher 7 (BH 19844);
 Ithaca, by Forcing House, branch with leaves, 16 Oct, Fletcher 80 (BH 19858);
 Ithaca, Nursery, branch with leaves, 16 Oct 1899, Fletcher 53 (BH 19884);
 Ithaca, above Eddy Dam, branch with leaves, 17 Oct 1899, Fletcher 99 (BH 19845);
 Ithaca, above Eddy Dam, 17 Oct 1899, Fletcher 98 (BH 19846);
 Ithaca, above Eddy Dam, 17 Oct 1899, Fletcher 99 (BH 19847);
 Ithaca, quarry on Fish-McGraw, 17 Oct 1899, Fletcher 68 (BH 19883);
 Ithaca, quarry on Fish-McGraw, 18 Oct 1899, Fletcher 68 (BH 19880);
 Ithaca, Fall Creek beyond Forest Home, in the creek bed, seedlings, 2 year plants, 3 Jun 1897, Hastings (BH 19830);
 Town of Ithaca, Buttermilk Falls State Park, Old Buttermilk Gorge, poorly drained area, north-facing slope, 8 Jul 1975, Krusi (BH 19827);
 railroads north of Dryden Lake, 19 May 1940, Loman (BH 9824);
 Dryden, George Junior Republic, flats along railroad, 5 May 1940, Loman (BH 19664);
 Dryden, George Junior Republic, flats along railroad, 5 May 1940, Loman (BH 9925);
 Dryden, George Junior Republic, flats along railroads, female, 5 May 1940, Loman (BH 9924);
 Freeville Bog, female, 5 May 1946, Loman (BH 9831);
 Dryden, Freeville Bog, 5 May 1946, Loman (BH 9832);
 Ithaca, Forest Home, Fall Creek Bank, Jun 1920, Muenscher & Bechtel 657 (BH 19662);
 Ithaca, Lake Street by park, two branches with female flowers, , Rowlee 42 (BH 19887);
 Ithaca, Larch Meadow, branch with mature female flowers, 17 May 1895, Rowlee (BH 19896);
 south of Ithaca, near entrance to Larch Meadows, three branches with mature female flowers and early leaves, 17 May, 1895, Rowlee (BH 19898);
 head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19663);
 Ithaca, head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19665);
 Ithaca, head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19672);
 Ithaca, head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19673);
 Ithaca, head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19669);
 Ithaca, head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19658);
 Ithaca, head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19661);
 Ithaca, head of Cayuga Lake, 18 May 1918, Rowlee (BH 19674);
 Ithaca, Larch Meadow, branch with female flowers, 1895, Rowlee (BH 19866);
 Ithaca, East Quarry, Fiske-McGraw grounds, four branches with flowers, 2 May 1895, Rowlee 95-37 (BH 19886);
 Ithaca, west side of Cayuga Street, below railroad bridge and Fall Creek, branches with flowers, 2 May 1895, Rowlee (BH 19894);
 West Danby, 21 May 1916, Rowlee (BH 19666);
 Ithaca, Cayuga Street, with obtuse buds, 28 Sep 1896, Rowlee (BH 19897);
 Ithaca, 29 Apr 1918, Rowlee (BH 19671);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, branch with young flowers, 30 Apr 1895, Rowlee (BH 19842);
 Ithaca, Fleming Meadow, branch with male flowers, 30 Apr 1895, Rowlee (BH 19843);
 Ithaca, in quarry upon McGraw grounds, spreading clump of bushes, two branches with flowers, 30 May 1895, Rowlee 95-39 (BH 19885);
 Ithaca, east bank of Inlet Creek, 30 rods south of Tannery Bridge, three branches with female flowers, 4 May 1895, Rowlee (BH 19895);
 Ithaca, east bank of Inlet Creek, 30 rods south of Tannery Bridge, three branches with female flowers, 4 May 1895, Rowlee (BH 19859);
 Ithaca, McGraw Barns, 7 May 1892, Rowlee (BH 19882);
 Ithaca, 9 Jun 1918, Rowlee (BH 19646);
 Ithaca, 9 Jun 1918, Rowlee (BH 19660);
 Ithaca, 9 Jun 1918, Rowlee (BH 19659);
 Ithaca, May 1916, Rowlee (BH 19647);
 Ithaca, Valley of Fall Creek, opposite Beech Woods, near water, branch with foliage, 17 Sep 1917, Thomas 2076 (BH 19893);
 Ithaca, open alluvial and marshy flats between Fall Creek, Inlet and city, Flats near railroad, three branches with flowers, 29 Apr 1914, Thomas 2075 (BH 19892);
 Ithaca, open alluvial and marshy flats between Fall Creek, Inlet and city, branch with leaves, 4 Oct 1914, Thomas 2075 (BH 19891);
 Ithaca, Valley of Six Mile Creek, opposite Beech Woods, near water, three branches with flowers, 8 May 1914, Thomas 2076 (BH 19890);
 Ithaca, near Indian Spring, Branches with flowers, 5 May 1892, Wiegand (BH 19823);
 Town of Lansing, north of Esty Glen, shore of Cayuga Lake, 25 May 1935, Winne & Hunt (BH 19828);
THERE ARE AN ADDITIONAL 18 SPECIMENS AT BH THAT ARE NOT YET FULLY RECORDED
MAP OF ALL MAPPED SPECIMENS

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