Lonicera tatarica L.
Determiner: Nee, M. (2014-01-01)
Nee, M. 61124
United States, Wisconsin, Richland, 3 mi. SE of center of Richland Center; flat bottom of wide Pine River valley
43° 18' 18" N, 90° 20' 25" W; T10N R01E sec35
Flat bottom of wide river valley, at or just above upper part of floodplain, along old railroad grade, now a hiking/biking trail, edges of cultivated fields and woods of Ulmus americana, Acer negundo, A. saccharinum, with Rubus occidentalis, Polemonium reptans.
Shrub 3.5 m tall, with 10 major stems from base, the largest 6 cm in diameter. Voucher for wood specimen, MADw. Bark light tan, very shallowly fissured. Flowers visited by bumblebee (4:30 P.M., sunny); corolla pink in bud, pale pink when open, only the oldest faded flowers with almost a dull yellow color. Abundant here and with other indiviudals all along the spectrum from white and fading yellow (i.e. L. morrowii) to deep pink and not fading yellow (L. tatarica).
Record Id: 371723a0-ca4f-4953-9921-a270f053d683
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