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Institution:University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point   Accession: UWSP158837
Family: Thymelaeaceae Taxon: Dirca palustris L.   eastern leatherwood, rope-bark
County: Forest
Location: -   Nicolet-Chequamegon National Forest. Garlic mustard eradication/control site. Site ID09130304308. Anvil Lake Trail
TRSQ: 40N 12E 25 W4       
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Habitat: Northern mesic hardwood forest with some conifers. Canopy consisting of Acer rubrum, Acer saccharum, Ostrya virginiana, Tilia americana, Prunus serotina, and a smattering of Tsuga canadensis. The subcanopy is made up predominantly of Abies balsamea, Corylus americana, Corylus cornuta, Dirca palustris, and Lonicera canadensis. 
Collecting Event:  
Collector: Wagner, Matthew L.  Coll. No.: 2010:411  Coll. Date: 5/26/2010
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Map Icon is to within 1/4 mi. using Longitude -88.94017384 and Latitude 45.91701241


         
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