TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Viburnum nudumL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Possum Haw

Adoxaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Boggy acid soils ; frequent. June. Larch Meadow (%A3>.) ; South Hill Marsh (D.) ; Lake Como (Locke Pond, D.); Woodwardia Bog (D.!) ; Malloryville Bog (D.) ; McLean Bogs (D. !) ; Junius peat bogs ; Featherbed Bog. Newf. to Man. and Minn., southw. to N. J., Fla., and Ala.; common on the Coastal Plain. Some of the above-named stations are in marly regions, but the plants may not be actually in calcareous soil.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Viburnum nudum (this list may be incomplete)

SPECIMENS OF Viburnum nudum var. cassinoides
 Town of Dryden, 107 Neimi Road, Five Wells Nature Preserve, bur oak grove, southwest of Maple Road, wet shade, 31 Aug 2001, Dilger WCD1779 (BH 113309);
 Mc Lean, 1 Nov 1933, Ellis 777 (BH 47500);
 Ithaca, 25 Jun 1879, anonymous (BH 15032);
 McLean, swamp, 21 Jul 1920, Bailey (BH 15028);
 McLean, McLean Preserve, 4 Jun 1932, Clausen 916 (BH 15033);
 Freeville, swamps, 15 Jun 1875, Dudley (BH 15035);
 McLean, Round Marsh, 25 Jun 1879, Dudley (BH 15027);
 Dryden, McLean Bogs, 8 Jun 1918, Randolph (BH 110082);
 Malloryville, 14 May 1889, Rowlee (BH 15030);
 McLean, swamps, 25 Jun 1879, Rowlee (BH 15037);
 Freeville, 30 May 1896, Wiegand (BH 15034);

SPECIMENS OF Viburnum nudum subsp. cassinoides
var.
 Dryden, McLean Bogs, 7 Oct 1956, Goodwin (BH 113149);
THERE ARE AN ADDITIONAL 17 SPECIMENS AT BH THAT ARE NOT YET FULLY RECORDED

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