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|Institution:||University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Accession: UWSP154791|
|Family: Brassicaceae||Taxon: Berteroa incana (L.) DC. hoary false madwort, hoary-alyssum|
|Location:||Upham- Township of Upham West. To the northeast of the intersection of Summit Lake Road and CTY B. Just northeast of the Upham Town Hall and the Summit Lake Post Office.|
|TRSQ:||33N 10E 01 NW4|
|Habitat:||Old area that was once used to stack lumber in the railroad right of way that now houses the Summit Lake Post Office and the Upham Town Hall. Sandy and gravelly soil. Partial to full sun. Area is succeeding over with many invasive plants.|
|Collector:||Wagner, Matthew L. Coll. No.: s.n. Coll. Date: 9/16/2006|
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