Urtica dioica subsp. gracilis (Aiton) Selander
Hollingsworth, Tiffany 6
Verbatim Date: 1998-09-05
United States, Wisconsin, Grant, Schreiner's Park
42.85366832 -90.71927077 +-569m.
T04N R03W sec03 NW4;
Latitude/Longitude was derived from the Township, Range, Section location. This causes an imprecision.
Soil Type: Gale silt loam, eroded. Slope: S. Habitat: ATiAs(De). Abundant perennial herb, full sun, grows 6-8ft, tiny green flowers, in leaf axis, staminate and pistillate flowers located on separate plants (dioecious), plant covered with short bristly hairs, used for nettle beer, making nets, rope, yellow dye obtained from root, plant contains formic acid that can cause severe burning skin irritation which can be relieved with juice of root or from Jewelweed juice.
Record Id: 4194a12e-0f7f-4044-a79e-4e2badb7f8e5
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