Eleocharis flavescens var. olivacea (Torr.) Gleason
Cochrane, Theodore S.; BCW field trip 14542
Verbatim Date: 2006-09-09
United States, Wisconsin, Waushara, Bass Lake Fen SNA, all along (running for at least 1200 ft.) NE shore of Bass Lake, E of Wis. Hwy. 22, S of CTH YY, 5 mi. due S of Wautoma. From middle one of three pools W of the ditched outlet stream, 500 ft. into fen E of entrance.
44.00600454 -89.27967995 +-285m.
T18N R10E sec26 SW4SE4NW4;
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
Extensive (20-acre), diverse, sedge-grass meadow (calcareous fen) developed on a combination of peat and marl. One of about 8 scattered, very shallow, pool-like depressions between the beach and upland. Assoc.: phenotypically dwarfed Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani-aspect dominant, with Sagittaria latifolia-locally common. Eleocharis olivacea. Radiating arched stems forming star-like clumps, these rooted but semi-floating on submersed aquatic mosses and slurry of silt. Locally common in these pools.
Record Id: 8aabc0f8-c4ca-4059-8568-1fd4fd4644f1
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