Tragopogon pratensisL.
accepted accepted == Tragopogon lamottei
Meadow Goat's-beard


CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: A weed along roadsides and railroad embankments in the richer gravelly soils; frequent, and generally distributed. June-July. N. B. and N. S. to Man., southw. to N. J., Ohio, and Colo. Naturalized from Europe.

BH SPECIMENS FOR Tragopogon pratensis (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, flowers yellow, 15 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 29619);
 Ithaca, 17 Jun 1928, Bailey (BH 29620);
 Ithaca, South Hill, Aurora Street, road, 2 Jun 1908, Brown (BH 29613);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, by Insectary, roadside, 31 May1943, Clausen 5978 (BH 29617);
 Ithaca, Beebe Lake, 12 Sep 1953, Dilger WCD346 (BH 112645);
 Ithaca, 12 Sep 1953, Dilger WCD347 (BH 112647);
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, south end of Beech Road. See map on sheet, 8 Jul 1995, Dilger WCD1230 (BH 112646);
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, west of Farm House. See map on sheet, 8 Jul 1996, Dilger WCD1412 (BH 112648);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, Hortorium garden, perhaps a spontaneous weed, stem many branched, flowers yellow, early summer, 1959, Dress 7357 (BH 29618);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, Alumni field, 7 Jul 1915, MacDaniels 5325 (BH 29612);
 Ithaca, Valley of Six Mile Creek, near hospital, grassland, 21 Jun 1913, Palmer 1352 (BH 29615);
 Ithaca, valley of Cayuga Inlet, Lehigh Valley Railroad tracks near Buttermilk Falls, waste field, 24 Jun 1913, Palmer 1350 (BH 29614);
 Ithaca, in cinders along railroad tracks, 10 Jul 1913, Palmer & Eames 1351 (BH 29616);
 Ithaca, Six Mile Creek, pasture, 19 Jun 1918, Randolph (BH 29611);
 Dryden, along Scofield Road, south of Peruville Road, 9 Jun 1972, Wesley FRW114 (BH 29604);


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