The fruit of Viburnum Nudum was gathered in the swampy portions of the territory around Sylvan Beach, N. Y., on the eastern shore of Oneida Lake, August 27th to September 5, 1907. The territory was formerly the lake bottom, at the time when the water was discharged into the Mohawk River. An elevation of the land took place, the lake was projected farther north, and the water now reaches Lake Ontario through the Oneida and Oswego rivers. The soil of the Sylvan Beach territory is almost a pure sand, unadapted to agricultural purposes.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Lott, Robert H. and Knight, Nicholas
"The Fruit of Viburnum nudum,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 16(1), 145-149.
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