United States, Wisconsin, Richland, Richland Center. 3mi SE of Richland Center
43.30984621 -90.32342696 +-285m.
T10N R01E sec25 SE4SW4;
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
Abundant, with R. cf. allegheniensis, R. strigosus, but commoner than these species. In ungrazed woods of Quercus alba, Acer rubrum, Ostrya virginiana on E-facing slope, logged about 6 years ago and with ca. 50% canopy. Primocanes arching, to 2m. high and several m. long; pith white; stem and petiole with easily rubbed off white waxy bloom, green beneath this bloom. Floricanes arching, seldom over 1.5m. high, sometime rooting at the tip and sending up new primocanes; floricanes with short upright side branches, the pith of old stems and short fertile shoots light tan. Petals and anthers white; anthers turning brown after petals fall.