Carex tenuiflora Wahlenb.
Determiner: Cochrane, Theodore S. (II/2004)
Fields, Douglas M. 3519
Verbatim Date: 2003-07-15
United States, Wisconsin, Oneida, Just NW of Little Rice Lake. Owner Wis. Board of Comm. of Public Lands & included in rare plant survey of selected BCPL lands. Adjoins the Thunder Lake Wildlife Area
45 48'56"N, 089 15'56"W; T38N R10E sec05 NW4NE4;
Under cedar and alder in a large, botanically diverse, very wet swamp dominated by alder (walking difficult) but with many scattered clumps of cedar. In sphagnum; immediate associates included Carex disperma, C. trisperma, C. interior, Vaccinium myrtilloides, Rubus pubescens, Osmunda regale, Osmunda cinnamomea, Smilacina trifolia. Platanthera clavellata was frequent in the area. Ca 15 fruiting culms in two clumps. One clump is densely cespitose.
Record Id: e5fb706a-2456-4edd-8db8-e543e5b9880b
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