University of Wisconsin - Madison
Catalog #: v0021244WIS
Taxon: Carex haydenii Dewey
Family: Cyperaceae
Collector: Cochrane, Theodore S., Reznicek, S. A., Hipp, Andrew L., Zimmerman, Elizabeth H.; Cochrane, Barbara A., Reznicek, Anton A.   13803   
Date: 1999-06-13
Verbatim Date: 1999-06-13
Locality: United States, Wisconsin, Monroe, E side Hwy 173 just N of bridge, halfway between (1.5 km NE of) Valley Junction and (1.5 km SW of) Meadow Valley, route from North Tomah to Babcock
44.0652778  -90.3997222
Verbatim Coordinates: 44 03'55"N, 090 23'59"W; T18N R01E sec05 NW4SE4;
Elevation: 282 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 925 ft
Habitat: Beautiful acid sedge meadow dominated by Carex haydenii; soil: peat over Plainfield fine sand (surface layer=fine sand, subsoil= loose porous fine sand).. Largest stand I've ever seen of Carex haydenii; rhizomes growing upright, and plants forming definite low tussocks (often this sp. without tussocks or barely tussocky).
Record Id: 95ac5f39-bf76-4ae9-99b8-5af30ceb8add
Occurrence ID (GUID): 01e5205d-6729-46ee-91f2-304ea91fb2dc
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Mary Ann Feist (mfeist@wisc.edu)
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