Carex albursina E.Sheld.
Determiner: Cochrane, Theodore S. (1991)
Alverson, William S. 1575
Verbatim Date: 1980-06-23
United States, Wisconsin, Grant
42.81857576 -91.06364951 +-569m.
T04N R06W sec15 CSE4;
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
In woods surrounding algific slope; uncommon in opening of algific slope. Algific slope: and area with a conspicuously open understory dominated by Cystopteris bulbifera and Carex media, ca. 8 by 25m in size, perched widthwise on a wooded hillside; soil is 2-8in. of rich humus over loose limestone talus that is refrigerated by cold (40*F) air emanating from subterranean channels in the hillside. Surrounding woods dominated by Tilia americana, Acer saccharum, Quercus (Q. velutina?), Fraxinus (F. nigra?) and Betula papyrifera; largest trees to ca. 12in. DBH. Wide-leaved; foliage deep green; flowering stems lax, often prostrate and laying on soil surface. Common.
Record Id: 42e5f49b-219b-4081-99b8-0eea7dd70711
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