Coreopsis tripteris L.
Cochrane, Theodore S.; Anderson, Craig J., Samerdyke, Rachel M. 15263
Verbatim Date: 2010-08-17
United States, Wisconsin, Dodge, Neighborhood House Nature Center, W2650 CTH MM (N of MM, E of CTH EE, W of Wis. Hwy. 67), between (6 mi. airline distance SSE of) Hustisford & (4 mi. airline N of) Ashippun
43.273132° N, 88.528209° W; T09N R17E sec06 NE4SW4;
Lower moister section of large old field now being restored to prairie; assoc. w/ few plants each of a few native prairie species: Asclepias syriaca, Monarda fistulosa, Ratibida pinnata, Solidago canadensis, & Symphyotrichum novae-angliae. Locally abundant, behaving as if invasive, obviously escaped from planted prairie on E-facing slope 80 to 180 yds. to the west across a little ravine. Management work begun this past Feb., whole field herbicided in May to try to kill Canada goldenrod.
Planted stand on adjacent slope contains all the usual suspects of a "restored" prairie, including Coreopsis tripteris and, tellingly, Echinacea purpurea. Sheet 2 of 2 sheets.
Record Id: ec7578d8-3d91-4a10-bb7c-4533575fbe17
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