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Botrychium oneidense (Gilbert) House

blunt-lobed grapefern

New England Distribution

Adapted from BONAP data

Where native and non-native distributions co-occur in a county, only the native distribution is shown.

North America Distribution

Adapted from BONAP data

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Facts About

Blunt-lobed grapefern is an inhabitant of moist and wet forests and swamps. It occurs in all New England states, but is rare throughout. Young, infertile individuals of this and co-occurring grapefern (Botrychium) species may be difficult to tell apart.

Habitat

Forests, swamps, wetland margins (edges of wetlands)

Characteristics

Habitat
  • terrestrial
  • wetlands
New England state
  • Connecticut
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • New Hampshire
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont
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  • Place
    Habitat
    • terrestrial
    • wetlands
    New England state
    • Connecticut
    • Maine
    • Massachusetts
    • New Hampshire
    • Rhode Island
    • Vermont
    Specific habitat
    • edges of wetlands
    • forests
    • swamps

Wetland Status

Not classified

New England Distribution and Conservation Status

Distribution

Connecticut
absent
Maine
absent
Massachusetts
absent
New Hampshire
absent
Rhode Island
absent
Vermont
absent

Conservation Status

Exact status definitions can vary from state to state. For details, please check with your state.

Connecticut
unrankable (S-rank: SU)
Maine
unrankable (S-rank: SU), special concern (code: SC)
Massachusetts
extremely rare to rare (S-rank: S1S2), #NAME? (code: #NAME?)
Rhode Island
historical (S-rank: SH), state historical (code: SH)
Vermont
extremely rare (S-rank: S1)

Native to North America?

Yes

Genus

Botrychium

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Information from Dichotomous Key of Flora Novae Angliae

9.  Botrychium oneidense (Gilbert) House NC

blunt-lobed grapefern. Botrychium dissectum Spreng. var. oneidense (Gilbert) Clute; 
 B. multifidum (Gmel.) Rupr. var. oneidense (Gilbert) Farw.; Sceptridium oneidense (Gilbert) Holub • CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT. Mesic to hydric soils of forests and swamps.