University of Wisconsin - Madison
Catalog #: v0126017WIS
Taxon: Dichanthelium ovale subsp. praecocius (Hitch. & Chase) Freckmann & Lelong
Family: Poaceae
Collector: Cochrane, Theodore S.; Botanical Club Wisconsin   14059   
Date: 2001-06-30
Verbatim Date: 2001-06-30
Locality: United States, Wisconsin, Monroe, Fort McCoy. Ft. McCoy Oak Barrens SNA, between (S of) 18th Lane and Cavalry Lane, 9 mi. due W of Tomah, 6 mi. NE of Sparta (City Rock 7.5 minute quad.).
43.9875  -90.7066667
Verbatim Coordinates: 43 59'15"N, 090 42'24"W; T18N R03W sec36 W2SW4SW4;
Elevation: 277 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 910 ft
Habitat: Extensive sand barrens incorporating remnant oak barrens and dry sand prairies on rolling terrain in full sun; floral diversity high. Benefits from fire and intermediate level of disturbance. Schizachyrium scoparium, perhaps the most characteristic plant, is accompanied by a large number of other grasses and forbs and a few shrubs: Ambrosia psilostachya, Artemisia campestris v. caudata, Crepis tectorum, Cyperus lupulinus, Euphorbia corollata, Koeleria macrantha, Lespedeza capitata, Panicum villosissimum v. praecocius, Selaginella rupestris, Talinum rugospermum. Vegetation neither tall nor dense, not completely covering the soil. Soil: Boone Fine Sand (surface layer and subsoil are loose fine sand underlain by sandstone).
Record Id: c9bc7672-3272-424d-bb0f-150a91847171
Occurrence ID (GUID): f78963fa-baed-4818-97b4-49b4c1803c4f
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Mary Ann Feist (mfeist@wisc.edu)
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