Carex hirtifolia Mack.
Cochrane, Theodore S.; Class field trip 13660
Verbatim Date: 1996-06-15
United States, Wisconsin, Ozaukee, Newburg. Riveredge Nature Center, 4438 Hawthorne Dr., N and W of Co. Hwy. Y along E bank of Milwaukee River, 1 mi. NE of Newburg.
43.44180317 -88.02552406 +-569m.
T11N R21E sec06 S2SE4;
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
Southern mesic forest (Acer saccharum-1 dom. in terms of freq., Quercus rubra-2 dom., w/ Ulmus rubra & Fraxinus americana) on low flat upper-level river terrace; soil a medium-textured brown loam; assoc.: Carex woodii (most common sedge), C. hirtifolia. (2nd most common sedge), C. pensylvanica (3rd most common sedge), C. sprengelii, C. rosea, Smilacina racemosa, Smilax ecirrata, Carya cordiformis seedlings, Podophyllum peltatum, Prunus virginiana, Lithospermum latifolium, and Galium concinnum. A.A. Reznicek's two-day Field Station class on sedge identification and ecology
Record Id: 03754b4f-c2f2-40a2-8071-423ec0d2b535
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