TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Sedum ternatumMichx.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Woodland Stonecrop

Crassulaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Gravelly or rocky banks by streams, probably in slightly calcareous soils; scarce, but locally abundant. May 10-June 10. Six Mile Creek, in the Narrows with Camptosorus (J.T. Duncan, 1870, according to Dr. Jordan, D.); abundant in the ravine of the Ferris brook where it is probably introduced, as it is along the brook in the Cemetery (D.) ; C.U. campus, brook by Barnes Hall; cemetery, University Ave., n.e. of the tool house. Conn. to Mich., southw. to Ga., Tenn., and Ind.; less frequent on the Coastal Plain. Doubtfully indigenous in cent. N.Y. Even in Six Mile Creek it may have been washed down from some garden.



BH SPECIMENS FOR Sedum ternatum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca Cemetery, Stonecrop, 27 May 1881, anonymous (BH 67118);
 Ithaca, Buffalo Street, 28 May 1881, anonymous (BH 67119);
 Ithaca, Cascades Gorge, 1 May 1940, Schulze (BH 78335);
 Ithaca, cemetery, 14 May 1894, Bailey (BH 23060);
 near Jacksonville, 19 May 1920, Bailey (BH 23063);
 Ithaca, Elm St., roadside bank, 14 May 1930, Burnham 17487 (BH 109844);
 along south side of Six Mile Creek above middle reservoir, on shale ledges, flowers 4-merous, petals white, 4 Jun 1944, Clausen 6287 (BH 23065);
 Six Mile Creek, Narrows Ravine, 18 May 1870, Dudley (BH 23052);
 Ithaca, Cemetery, 27 May 1881, Dudley (BH 51829);
 Ithaca, 25 Jun 1913, Hitchcock (BH 23061);
 Ithaca, Ithaca City Cemetery, below Stewart Avenue, growing on a rock, 7 May 1974, Wesley FRW548 (BH 23062);
 Ithaca, cemetery, 13 May 1895, Wiegand (BH 23054);
 Ithaca, 13 May 1895, Wiegand (BH 23064);
 Ithaca, cemetery, 20 May 1894, Wiegand (BH 23053);
THERE ARE AN ADDITIONAL 6 SPECIMENS AT BH THAT ARE NOT YET FULLY RECORDED

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