Cornus canadensis L.
Phillippe, Diane; Hilina, Paul; Marcum, Paul B.; Feist, Mary Ann Elizabeth; Phillippe, Loy Richard 43761
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
46.62608° N, 91.58952° W; T48N R10W sec23
Upland Forest on the E side of the Brule River and just W of Len Root Road. Growing in Boreal Forest in opening in upland woods formed about a small swale area with Abies balsamea, Acer rubrum. Fraxinus nigra, Populus tremuloides, Quercus rubra (saplings), Aralia nudicaulis, Cornus sericea, Pteridium aquilinum, Aster macrophyllus, Calamagrostis canadensis, Carex castanea, C. gracillima, Fragaria virginiana, Galium triflorum, Maianthemum canadense, Myosotis arvensis, etc.
Analysis of the Vegetative Cover of the Brule River Watershed, Revisited 2015-2018. Low creeping herb, 6 to 8 inches tall, large white bracts.
Record Id: 8f03f866-9539-40ad-8066-6fc298f7676d
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