Streptopus lanceolatus (Aiton) Reveal
Phillippe, Loy Richard; Feist, Mary Ann, Marcum, Paul B., Hilina, Paul, Phillippe, Diane 43778
Verbatim Date: 2015-05-27
United States, Wisconsin, Douglas, Brule River State Forest located E of Amnicon Falls State Park and N of US SR 2. At bridge crossing on Secondary Rd. FF over Brule River about 1.1 mi W of junction of Secondary Rds. FF & H and about 0.5 mi S of Wisconsin Secondary Rd. FF
46.62448° N, 91.59129° W; T48N R10W sec23 CSW4NW4;
Upland Forest on sandy bank on the E side of the Brule River and W of Len Root Road. Growing in Boreal Forest in upland sandy boreal woods formed on bank of the Brule River with Abies balsamea, Pinus strobus, Alnus incana, Cornus sericea, Diervilla, Vaccinium angustifolium, Anemone canadensis, Carex pensylvanica, etc.
Analysis of the Vegetative Cover of the Brule River Watershed, Revisited 2015-2018. Perennial herb with pink flowers.
Record Id: 090a944b-4547-41c0-a36e-a2bbb3465c3b
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