United States, Illinois, Grundy, In gravelly, sandy areas surrounding the parking lot at William G. Stratton State Park, Morris, between the I & M Canal and the Illinois River. These specimens were collectedalong the entrance road on the W side of the parking lot, in gravel. Some Ceratocephalus grows at the entrance sign, 90'
Flower: Y Fruit: Y Vegetation: Y Bud: N
Prodigious quantities of this little plant (more than seen elsewhere in 1992) are found here. The vast majority of the plants, however, are on the E of the parking lot, where the road curves N and becomes Price St. Here the ground is dry, sandy and also clayey, with angular rocks of a tan color as well as rounded gravel. (see label for more)