Habitat: mixed upland hardwood forest with scattered hemlock/hardwood coves; sandstone boulder in creek
Locality: Hemlock Cliffs natural area, Hoosier National Forest, exit #86 I-64 and Indiana 37, N 2.7 mi to road W to union Chapel Church, 4.3 mi to Forest Rd.
Habitat: hemlock/hardwood sandstone coves with highly dissected sandstone and deep cut ravines, associated with hemlock/hardwood association; wet sandstone
Locality: Natural Bridge natural area, just W of Jct. Ala 13 and Ala 74 (US 278)
Habitat: Mixed mesophytic hardwoods in lowlands, oak/hickory in uplands,; Mainly limestone undersurfaced with sandstone at higher elevations, Rock Type = Limestone underlaid with sandstone at higher elevations
Locality: Falls Creek Falls State Park, Notes: seepy cliff face, base of Fall Creek falls.
Habitat: sandstone gorges and ravines with healock/hardwood coves, upland hardwood stands, floodplain, pine stands; rotting stump
Locality: Sheick Hollow State Nature Preserve, paralleling Hockean Rd. between Gibisonville and Conckles Hollow State Nature Preserve off Oh374
Habitat: Hardwood swamp/white cedar swamp/sedge meadow habitat.; On base and roots of cedar in seepy area
Locality: Cedar Bog State Memorial Nature Preserve, Woodburn Rd. off of U.S. 68 ca. 2.5 mi S of Urbana
Habitat: in sedge meadow; Urbana along Woodburn Rd. off U.S. 68. On small wet hummock
Locality: Cedar Bog Memorial State Nature Preserve, ca. 2.5 mi S. of Urbana along Woodburn Rd. off U.S. 68. S side of Woodburn Rd.
Habitat: cedar swamp on south side of Woodburn Rd.; growing on moist soil among white cedars
Locality: Cedar Bog Memorial State Nature Preserve, ca. 2.5 mi S. of Urbana along Woodburn Rd. off U.S. 68, S side of Woodburn Rd.
Habitat: sandstone bluffs and gorges, healock/hardwood coves, floodplains, upland mixed hardwood forests, associated with oak, maple, tulip poplar\; rocks in creek, bottom of ravine
Locality: Crane Hollow Nature Preserve, S of Gibisonville and N of Conkle's Hollow State Nature Preserve, E of OH 374 and W of Cream Ridge Rd.
Habitat: Upland hardwoods behind house, along W rim of Crane Hollow, on moist s.s. rocks along stream; Sandstone bluffs and gorges, floodplains, hemlock/hardwood coves, associated with mixed hardwood forests, pine forests; oak, maple, tulip poplar, hemlock, pine; Rock Type = sandstone; sandstone conglomerate
Locality: Crane Hollow Nature Preserve (Crane Hollow, Inc.), S of Gibisonville & N of Conkle's Hollow State Nature Preserve, bordered on the E by OH 374 & W by Cream Ridge Rd.