Carex cristatella Britton
Cochrane, Theodore S.; Cochrane, Barbara A. 8000
United States, Wisconsin, Washington, Across S end of North Unit of Kewaskum Woods, ca 1 mi. SE of Kewaskum, just E of Milwaukee River
43.51007934 -88.20601847 +-569m. 184040
43.51007934° N, 88.20601847° W; T12N R19E sec15
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
25-acre southern mesic hardwood forest on relatively flat and generally low ground, but still on undulating morainal topography, with kettle depressions and low areas holding water part of the year. This tract contains especially large trees: Quercus borealis (30-42 in. dbh.), Q. alba (22-26 in. d.bh.), Acer saccharum (20-27 in. d.b.h), and Prunus serotina (16-20 in.). Slough-like depression, mucky in bottom, filled (mostly) with Carex lupulina and Laportea canadensis, also Carex cristatella, Carex stipata, Iris virginica, Onoclea sensibilis, Physostegia virginiana, Scutellaria lateriflora, etc.
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