TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Thuja occidentalisL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
American Arborvitae, White Cedar

Cupressaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Boggy, more or less calcareous, soils; scarce. Apr. 25-May 20. A half mile northwest of Black Lake, in a swamp north of Lays Iron Spring, a large number (D.); on moor of Junius marl ponds (D. !); occasional in the towns of Conquest and Montezuma; bog s.w. of Westbury, in the town of Butler; Crusoe Lake. In the Cayuga Lake Basin, confined entirely to the Ontario plain. E. Que. to Man., southw. to Pa., Tenn., Ill., and Minn., and in the mts. to N. C.; apparently absent on the Coastal Plain.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Thuja occidentalis (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Professor MacKoons old place, 20 Apr 1881, anonymous (BH 10567);
 without locality, 15 Nov 1953, Bobear (BH 10569);
 Town of Caroline, on Finger Lakes Trail between Shindagin Hollow and South Road (Honeypot Road), pure stand, probably planted on a slope, trees 4 inch dbh, 15 Oct 2005, Cope (BH 10570);
 Ithaca, Cornell University, 1933, Ellis 802 (BH 47598);
 Ithaca, Cornell University, 1933, Ellis 803 (BH 47596);
 Town of Ithaca, village of Cayuga Heights, 507 Cayuga Heights Rd., at rear (western) edge of property on Cayuga Park Rd., in row of pines at yard/road edge. , Approximately 60 ft. ht., 25 ft. width, 15 in. diameter%404.5 ft. ht.. Several small (2-6 inch diameter) saplings with 10 ft. of base., 31 Mar 2007, Parker (BH 109708);

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Thuja occidentalis

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