University of Wisconsin - Madison
Catalog #: v0331563WIS
Taxon: Carya cordiformis (Wangenh.) K.Koch
Family: Juglandaceae
Collector: Iltis, Hugh H.; Cochrane, Theodore S.   12957   
Date: 1993-07-25
Locality: United States, Wisconsin, Sauk, Hemlock Draw, a TNC preserve on the south rim of the Baraboo Hills, 1.5 mi. NW of Natural Bridge State Park, 2 mi. N of the rural locality of Leland, 10 mi. (airline) W of Badger Army Ammunition Plant.
Verbatim Coordinates: T10N R05E sec7
Elevation: 265 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 870 ft.
Habitat: Southern dry-mesic forest on W-facing slope, Quercus spp. dominant, with Acer rubrum, Carya cordiformis, Ulmus americana, & Carpinus caroliniana, succeeding to Acer saccharum & Tilia americana, groundlayer with Bromus pubescens, Carex cephaloidea, Circaea
Occurrence Remarks: Long, E-W-lying, narrow cool gorge of Cambrian sandstone and quartzite conglomerate located along Honey Creek. (Sheet 1 of 2 sheets)
Specimen Images
Record Id: d9734156-4c73-4bd3-809f-1758e56bb7b6
Occurrence ID (GUID): 2e57f651-e1b1-44e8-b3f0-93c198a3d9f1
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Mary Ann Feist (mfeist@wisc.edu)
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