INDU Great Marsh, Brown Kintzele Ditch West
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The Brown Kintzele Ditch Unit of the Great Marsh is located in the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore and is at the furthest east extant of the original Great Marsh, which historically stretched from Burns Harbor to nearly Michigan City through Porter and LaPorte counties, Indiana. The "West Subunit" of Brown Kintzele is just east of Lake Shore County Road and south of Beverly Drive. Restoration work has not yet begun on this portion of the Great Marsh, and as of 2011 this was a cattail marsh.

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Latin NameCommon NameMapStrataNative?
Bidens  ?
Boehmeria cylindricarough false nettleYES
Calamagrostis canadensisblue joint grassYES
Cardamine  ?
Carex lacustriscommon lake sedgeYES
Cicuta bulbiferabulblet-bearing water hemlockYES
Cicuta maculatawater hemlockYES
Cornus obliquapale dogwood; blue-fruited dogwood; silky dogwoodYES
Cornus stoloniferared-ossier dogwoodYES
Cuscuta gronoviicommon dodderYES
Decodon verticillatusswamp loosestrifeYES
Epilobium coloratumcinnamon willow herbYES
Erechtites hieraciifolius var. hieraciifoliuspilewort, burnweed, white fireweedYES
Eupatorium maculatumspotted Joe Pye weedYES
Eupatorium perfoliatumcommon bonesetYES
Fraxinus pennsylvanicared ashYES
Galium tinctoriumstiff bedstrawYES
Hypericum mutilumweak St. John's wortYES
Impatiens capensisspotted touch-me-not; orange jewelweedYES
Iris virginicablue flagYES
Leersia oryzoidesrice cut grassYES
Lemna  ?
Ludwigia palustrismarsh purslaneYES
Lycopus uniflorusnorthern bugle weedYES
Lythrum salicariapurple loosestrifeNO [invasive]
Mimulus ringensmonkey flowerYES
Onoclea sensibilissensitive fernYES
Persicaria amphibia var. emersawater smartweed; water heartseaseYES
Persicaria punctatasmartweedYES
Persicaria sagittataarrow-leaved tearthumbYES
Phalaris arundinaceareed canary grassNO [invasive]
Phragmites australiscommon reedNO [invasive]
Pilea fontanabog clearweedYES
Ranunculus pensylvanicusbristly buttercupYES
Rhamnus frangulaglossy buckthornNO [invasive]
Rosa blandaearly wild roseYES
Rosa multifloraJapanese rose; multiflora roseNO [invasive]
Rosa palustrisswamp roseYES
Rumex britannicagreat water dockYES
Salix amygdaloidespeach-leaved willowYES
Salix nigrablack willowYES
Salix petiolarismeadow willowYES
Sambucus canadensiselderberryYES
Scirpus cyperinuswool grassYES
Scutellaria galericulatamarsh skullcapYES
Scutellaria laterifloramad-dog skullcapYES
Sium suavetall water parsnipYES
Solanum dulcamarabittersweet nightshadeNO [invasive]
Solidago gigantealate goldenrodYES
Spiraea albameadowsweetYES
Symplocarpus foetidusskunk cabbageYES
Thelypteris palustris var. pubescensmarsh shield fernYES
Typha x glaucahybrid cattailNO [invasive]
Urtica dioica ssp. gracilistall nettleYES
Verbena hastatablue vervainYES
45 native3 unknown7 nonnative(7 invasive non-native)Species count : 55
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