PLANTS OF ILLINOIS, USA
Aristolochia tomentosa Sims
Det.: S.R. Hill, (ELLS) 2002 Aristolochiaceae
ILLINOIS: ST CLAIR COUNTY: 38° 32’ 39.0” N
Lat. 090° 09’ 39.8” W. Long. T. IN, R. 10W, Sect. 13.
Steep slope at margin of limestone quarry, southwest of
junction of Stolle Road and Triple Lakes Road, Stolle.
Elevation 454 feet. Disturbed powerline right-of-way
and slope, calcareous and rocky soil with limestone.
Successional native herbs and exotics, Lonicera spp.,
with Phytolacca americana, Vitis. Locally common
clonal - rhizomatous perennial vine about 4 meters
long; old fruits, stems green.
Steven R. Hill 35040
13 October 2002