Trillium recurvatum Beck
Peters, Timothy s.n.
United States, Wisconsin, Jefferson, Rural locality of Hebron: Princes Point State Wildlife Area, S of Koch Rd. opposite S end of Frommander Rd., between (E of) CTH D & (W of) Wis Hwy 135, 6 mi. due NNE of Whitewater
T05N R12E sec12
Broad grassy road right-of-way with planted Gymnocladus dioica trees. Locally abundant. Prairie trillium also present in nearby rich deciduous woods, a nine-acre second-growth remnant with a number of small vernal wetlands andmany spring-flowering herbs and shrubs. Observations by Ed Sternberg and Ted Cochrane.
Photo only! Shay's trillium (Trillium recurvatum f. shayi) has cream-colored stamens, unlike a rarer cream-petaled variant, T. recurvatum f. luteum, which has red or red-streaked stamens. www.illinoiswildflowers.info/woodland/plants/ reports that Shay's trillium has unmottled, uniformly green leaves, whereas the leaves in this population are mottled like those of red prairie trilliums around them. Petal color of infrequent individuals seemed intermediate between Shay's trillium and prairie trillium. Prairie trillium also present in nearby rich decidous woods, a nine-acre second-growth remnant with a number of small vernal wetlands and many spring-flowering herbs and shrubs. - Observation be Ed Sternberg and Ted Cochrane.
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