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Danthonia spicata (L.) P. Beauvois ex Roemer & Schultes
Determiner: Lee, Michael (11-Jul-10)
Lee, Michael MDL5259
Verbatim Date: 11 July 2010
United States, Minnesota, Cook, Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Rugged bedrock terrain in the Misquah Hills, 17 miles north-northwest of Grand Marais. T64N R1W SW1/4 of SE1/4 of SE1/4 Sec. 32
47.97689309 -90.47311686 +-6m. NAD1983
5316822N 688572E; T64N R01W sec32
Occasional quite locally atop an 80- to 150-foot high, west-facing, granitic cliff southeast of Misquah Lake. Dry setting; in thin soil on extremely steeply sloping bedrock that here consists of a series of narrow, stair-step ledges. Mostly in full sun; some partially shaded by Pinus banksiana and Sorbus decora. Forms small loose clumps amongst Cladina lichens and Polytrichum mosses.
Additional associates include Agrostis scabra, Carex tonsa, Woodsia ilvensis, Antennaria howellii, Saxifraga virginiensis, Viola adunca, Potentilla tridentata, P. norvegica, Diervilla lonicera.
Rights Holder: Bell Museum
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Record Id: 4d641a90-6bd4-44dc-aab9-1f42d8d87f8e
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