Central Michigan University
Catalog #: CMC00018564
Taxon: Juncus dudleyi Wiegand
Family: Juncaceae
Collector: Rachel Hackett & Hillary Karbowski   RHHK295   
Date: 2012-06-08
Locality: United States, Michigan, Livingston, Little Appleton Lake Fen
42.5079  -83.8382
Elevation: 239 meters (784ft)
Habitat: The fen is less than 30 acres surrounding the lake. There are shruby patches of Cornus, Toxicodendron vernix, birch, and aspen, and large patches of Typha and Phragmites. There are many streams 1m wide, one larger one on the north side of the stream. Evidence of maintenence with burn piles and woody cuttings. Near stream flowing from Little Appleton Lake to river, less than 10m to the east, eastern border is 30m west. Ground moist but not wet. Area dominated by sedges and Rhamnaceae with Typha, Dasiphora fruticosa, and Thelypteris palustris common. Hummocky ground.
Description: Inflorescence - closed, cannot yet see achenes, 4 fruits at same node, tipped in red.Population - hidden in Carex (mostly near Carex sterilis) and Dichanthelium implicatum.
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Record Id: 4a02c54a-5335-45a5-a822-ed3060e197c4
Occurrence ID (GUID): 4a02c54a-5335-45a5-a822-ed3060e197c4
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