New York Natural Heritage Program
Cork Elm
Ulmus thomasii Sarg.
Dicots

New York State Distribution [-]
Ulmus thomasii is known from scattered locations in most of northern New York. It is rarely found in large stands but seems to occur sporadically in small numbers.

Global Distribution [-]
Cork Elm is found from Quebec and Vermont in the northeast, south and west through New England along the Appalachians as far as Arkansas, and in the Midwest and Plains states as far north as the Dakotas and Ontario. It is most common in the Great Lakes region.
Best Places to See
• Chaumont Barrens (Jefferson County)