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Volume: 14
Issue Month Summary
14:3 October, 2013

Bluebottles, Fringes, & Bumbling Bees:Gentians in the Finger Lakes; The cost of [Peat] Moss; A Super-Sassafras Leaf; Maple-leaved Viburnum; A Fascinating Fungal Find (Ophiocordyceps clavulata or “Bug Sputnik”) at Hammond Hill/Park Preserve walk; Status Report-Stilt Grass at Six Mile Creek; Autumn Turtlehead; Smilax herbacea

14:2 July, 2013

Skipper butterflies and Showy Lady -slipper (Cypripedium) orchids, white forms  of Cypripedium reginae & C. acaule, report on Ithaca Native Landscape Symposium: Don Leopold - Sampler of Native Plants, Tom Rawinski - White Tailed Deer, Andy Cole- Effect of gas drilling on the environment, Joy Kuebler-SITES & LEEDS programs ("green" building & landscapes), Carl Schwartz-stabilizing stream beds, Chris Lajewski- Montezuma Wetlands, Dan Segal-"Big Horticulture", Jonathan Comstock-Effects of Climate Change on Native Plants, Amy Samuels- Onondaga Lake reclamation plans, Rick Manning-Historic Use of Native Plants in Landscapes;  talk report Bernd Blossey on Deer and Invasives; Book Review: RM Beck's The Journey at Malloryvill Bog; Commitment, Teamwork and Tenacity...; Butternut Squash with Cranberry-Apple Quinoa - winning recipe from Solstice Gathering 2012, Iris haiku; historic photos of Arthur J. Eames and L.H. MacDaniels at Eames Preserve.

14:1 March, 2013

twig structure; photo essay-ferns at Clark Reservation; white (blue) lobelia;  report on Michael Hough talk -Vascular Flora of Cortland & Onondaga Counties, NY; hepatica image; Nyssa sylvatica and Hebrew moth.

Volume: 13
Issue Month Summary
13:4 December, 2012

Winter greens & reds; 2012 Andrews foray report, Berkshire county MA (bryophytes & lichens); Seneca Meadows Wetland preserve trip report; lichens at McLean Bog Preserve; tribute to William Dress; Hayscented Fern vs. Vinca. 

13:3 October, 2012

Caywood Point, FLNF - history, natural history and walk report; Changes in local liverwort flora; Ferns in Treman Park; Cryptograms and insects at Chemung Pine Barrens

13:2 April, 2012

Fossombronia sp in Central NY; Flora of the Chemung Pine Barrens; Spring Wildflowers of the NE, a Natural History (book review); Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World (book review); Native Plant Gardening Symposium Synopsis

13:1 February, 2012

Actual issue is 13:1 and date is Feb 2012 - incorrect info is on the document!  New to the Cayuga Lake Basin Flora: Chamaecrista fasciculata, Carex siccata; Butterflies & flora of Goetchius Wetland Preserve; Celastrus scandens; Haiku; Orchid hunting 

Volume: 12
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12:4 December, 2011

New sighting of seaside goldenrod, Solidago sempervirens in Tompkins County; buttonbush, Cephalanthus occidentalis; report on tree identification walk; CR Marks bequest. 

12:2 April, 2011

Earthworms, Garlic Mustard, and White-tailed Deer: The Fate of Our Forests - B Blossey; swallowwort control update; Carex frankii - Frank’s Sedge, New to Tompkins County and the Cayuga Lake Basin - D Werier; grape vines; Cayuga Inlet lichen outing; mosses & liverworts at Five Wells; Acer negundo followup 

Volume: 11
Issue Month Summary
11:4 December, 2010

Carex baileyi-new addition to Cayuga Basin flora; Microstegium control in Six Mile Creek and Ithaca College's South Hill natural area and  Montezuma NWLR; report of talk on Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) & Asian Longhorn Beetles; Interview with Christopher Sprague, a region 7 DEC forester on Beaver Meadow State Forest efforts to reduce deer population.

11:3 October, 2010

new lichen report for NY state (Flavopunctelia soredica); request for website help; FLNPS financial report 9/2009-8/2010; profile of Phytolacca americana; white chicory (Cichorium intybus)

Volume: 10
Issue Month Summary
10:4 November, 2009

Special edition on white tail deer impact on flora: Fermi Lab exclosure data (V Nuzzo); Deer, native plants and people (D Werier); quagmire of deer management (B Blossey); managment experience in Illinois (T Bittner); Cornell Research & management program (J Boulanger); Editorial comment (R Mitchell), The Real Deer Problem-beyond Cayuga Heights (D Segal); books about deer (G Vyverberg). Also FLNPS art exhibit, Marcellus shale, FLNPS Financial Statement 9/2008 - 8/2009

10:3 October, 2009

Brachypodium sylvaticum (slender false brome) newly invading NY; Myrmica rubra (red ant) update; future of FLNPS, native landscaping of road median; Microstegium (Japanese stilt grass) removal efforts; Inland salt marshes - report on Tony Eallonardo lecture; history of the Montezuma Fibre Company (Montezuma Marsh cat tail harvesting); trip reports: Chaumont Barrens, Thatcher's Pinnacles, Owasco Inlet

10:2 March, 2009

Hemlock Wooley Adelgid arrival in Finger Lakes; FLNPS at the Ithaca Festival; Profile: Indigo bush, Amorpha fruticosa; Myrmica rubra, the European red ant found in the NE; Tardigrades, a moss inhabitant; poem "The Woods Again"

Volume: 9
Issue Month Summary
9:1 February, 2008

 Usnea & Balsam Fir in Shindagin,  FL-PRISM, Cullina moss & fern book review, conifer walk, grassland management

Volume: 8
Issue Month Summary
8:4 December, 2007

Woodwardia virginica - Joe O'Rourke; New England WIldflower Society seeds; Name That Plant (Polygala pauciflora, Lilium) - David Werier; Ode to Little Bluestem - Rosemarie Parker; Annual Solstice preview; Microstegium removal (review of year 4) - Charlotte Acharya; Native Plant of the Month: Quercus, the Oaks - Dan Segal; Campanula aparinoides at Tully Lake - Susanne Lorbeer; Review of  David Werier’s talk, “Biodiversity…Lessons from Reznicek’s Sedge….” - Rosemarie Parker; Impressions from the Panel Discussion, 20 November 2007--quotes collected by Rosemarie Parker from various attendees & participants; Guided Mushroom Walk by Dr. Timothy Baroni - Melanie Kozlowski;  Rain Gardens, a neat idea for a new mixed bed - by Rosemarie Parker   

Volume: 6
Issue Month Summary
6:4 December, 2023

Hamamelis virginiana -Witch-hazel Plant of the month - November by Sarah McNaullForest Invasive Plant Control: What management strategies provide the most biological success? by Charlotte AcharyaNew Edition of the Peterson Fern Guide - ReviewMember Portrait: Julie Hardin by Rosemarie ParkerWinter Rosettes by Barbara BarolComposite Trip Report - Headwaters of Six Mile Creek by David WerierCarolina Jerusalem Artichoke Pickles Submitted by Dawn DybowskiFLNPS Financial Statement for Fiscal Year September 1, 2004 to August 31, 2005

Volume: 5
Issue Month Summary
5:3 October, 2004

Carex backii newly documented in Southern Finger Lakes NY; Profile: Sedum telphioides, Actaea (Cimicifuga) racemosa; report on aster and goldenrod walk at Monkey Run

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