DIVERSITY OF LIFE TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Heracleum maximumBartr.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted no accepted
Cow-parsnip, Common Cowparsnip

Apiaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: Roadsides and stream banks, in rich alluvial or gravelly, mostly slightly cal- careous, soils ; infrequent. Fr. July."Not uncommon up the Neguaena valley to Newfield" (D.!) ; Spencer St., toward Buttermilk Glen; Renwick woods; Indian Spring marsh (D.) ; e. of Freeville; Salmon Creek valley ; and elsewhere. Lab. to Alaska, southw. in the mts. to Ga., Nev., Kans., Utah, and Calif.; rare or absent on the Atlantic Coastal Plain. A northern species.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Heracleum maximum (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, 14 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 24250);
 Ithaca, 14 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12659);
 Ithaca, 14 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12701);
 Ithaca, 14 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12698);
 Ithaca, 14 Jun 1918, Bailey (BH 12697);
 Ithaca, Negundo Woods, 30 Jun 1876, Dudley 367 (BH 12700);
 Lansing, Salmon Creek, north of Ludlowville, rich roadside, 26 Jun 1918, Eames & Wiegand 10542 (BH 24251);
 Ithaca, Cornell University Campus, near Forest Home, Wild Flower Garden along Fall Creek, common in rich bottom woodland, most plants about 2 m tall, 17 Jun 1981, Hyypio 2377 (BH 12703);
 Ithaca, between Fall Creek, East Hill, and Cayuga Lake, near Field Station, open alluvial and marshy flats, 16 Jul 1915, MacDaniels 4692 (BH 12696);
 Dryden, Freeville, waste ground, 2 Jul 1913, Palmer 903 (BH 12692);
 Dryden, Freeville, waste ground, 2 Jul 1913, Palmer 903 (BH 12699);
 Ithaca, dump, cauline leaf, 18 Jul 1972, Rehr (BH 12702);
THERE ARE AN ADDITIONAL 1 SPECIMENS AT BH THAT ARE NOT YET FULLY RECORDED

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