Eleocharis compressa var. compressa Sull.
Determiner: Smith, S. Galen (22Jun2001)
Cochrane, Theodore S.; TPE Field Trip 14033
Verbatim Date: 2001-06-16
United States, Wisconsin, Waukesha, Eagle. Ca. 100 yds. W of Co. Hwy. N directly opposite Paradise Springs parking lot, 0.4 mi. N of its jct. with Wis. Hwy. 59, 1.2 mi. (airline distance) NW of Eagle.
T05N R17E sec16 SE4SE4SW4;
Long-abandoned wet-mesic field recovering to original prairie; burned this spring. Assoc.: Arnoglossum plantagineum-4 plants in an area 3 X 1 ft. (7 more plants seen along a line to the W over the next 125 ft.), Comandra umbellata ssp. umbellata, Fragaria virginiana, Glyceria striata, Poa pratensis, Pycnanthemum virginianum, Ratibida pinnata, Solidago canadensis. Eleocharis compressa, locally common here and there in the area, was the dominant at this spot. BER2004. This tract lies within a large block of DNR-owned grasslands (prairies, sedge meadows, fens, long-abandoned pastures and fields) that has the potential of becoming the largest and richest prairie in the state.
Record Id: e574bcf8-4566-4596-848a-cb8ec5da0da3
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