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Catalog (Accession) #: 973241
Occurrence ID (GUID): 52a8edd3-4b13-4c74-9074-7d359a9f3af7
Secondary Catalog (Accession) #: 1398794
Taxon: Carex diandra Schrank
Family: Cyperaceae
Determiner: Lee, Michael (21/Jun/2012)
Collector: Lee, Michael   MDL5923   
Date: 2012-06-21
Verbatim Date: 21 June 2012
Locality: United States, Minnesota, Lake, Strongly rolling bedrock terrain north of the Fernberg Road between the Moose Lake Road and Uncle Judas Creek, 16 miles east-northeast of Ely.
47.9667921597  -91.5089996193
Verbatim Coordinates: 5313685N 611292E; T63N R9W sec5
Elevation: 436 meters
Verbatim Elevation: 1430 feet
Habitat: Local in sedge meadow and fen northeast of Gem Lake. Uncommon in Carex lasiocarpa- dominated portions of the heterogeneous wetland which is elsewhere dominated by Calamagrostis canadensis, Typha xglauca, or Myrica gale. Full sun to partial shade of young Larix laricina. Forming hummocks in saturated peat.
Associated Species: Additional associates include Carex utriculata, Dulichium arundinaceum, Myrica gale, Triadenum fraseri, Campanula aparinoides, Lysimachia terrestris, Dryopteris cristata, Iris versicolor.
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Rights Holder: Bell Museum
Access Rights: Users are required to adhere to Bell Museum collections policy. Questions may be directed to the curator in charge.
Record Id: 52a8edd3-4b13-4c74-9074-7d359a9f3af7
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Dr. George Weiblen (museum-herbarium@umn.edu)
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