Rhynchospora fusca (L.) W.T. Aiton
Goggin, Patrick O. 00169
Verbatim Date: 2001-8-8
United States, Wisconsin, Florence, Grandma Lake State Natural Area (No. 305) within the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Eagle River-Florence Ranger District [Also includes]: Sec. 34.
45.8180556 -88.6144444 46774
45 49'05"N, 088 36'52"W; T39N 39N R15E 15E sec28 33
495 acres. Lake wetland contains a 44 acre pristine soft water bog lake surrounded by an open mat that supports an unusual and diverse flora. Ringing the lake is a wide, open mat of sphagnum moss, sedge, rushes, and low ericaceous shrubs. Locally, the mat composition is quite unusual, with species such as bog club-moss, horned bladderwort and a bulrush assuming dominance; some rare plants include bog arrow-grass (Triglochin maritimum), dragon's-mouth orchid (Arethusa bulbosa), and two sedges, livid (Carex livid) and small-headed bog sedge (C. tenuflora).
Record Id: 016bbbbc-7e4b-4f51-876c-ff0f39f09a49
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