Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
Algific slope: an area with conspicuously open understory dominated by Cystopteris bulbifera and Carex media, ca. 8 by 25 m in size, perched widthwise on a wooded hillside; soil is 2 to 8 inches of rich humus over loose limestone talus that is refrigerated by cold (40 degrees F) air emanating from subterranean channels in the hillside. Surrounding woods dominated by Tilia americana, Acer saccharum, Quercus ( Q. veluntina?), Fraxinus (F. nigra?) and Betula papyrifera; largest tress to ca. 12 4 or 5 large individuals found in algific opening on slope; otherwise, scattered throughout surrounding woods, favoring open areas. Berries to 1.5 cm diameter, green and unripe