Ludwigia glandulosa

Family:ONAGRACEAE
Species:Ludwigia glandulosa Walter
Common Name:CYLINDRICFRUIT PRIMROSEWILLOW
Plant Notes:**
Status:Native, OBL (DEP), OBL (NWI)
Specimen: View specimen details in the USF Herbarium Specimen Database

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Classification

FamilyONAGRACEAE
Genus Ludwigia
Species Ludwigia glandulosa Walter - CYLINDRICFRUIT PRIMROSEWILLOW

Citation

Citation LUDWIGIA GLANDULOSA Walter, Fl. Carol. 88. 1788.
Basionym: **
Type: SOUTH CAROLINA: Without data, Walter 612 (lectotype: BM). Lectotypified by C. I Peng, Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 76: 253. 1989.

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Source

CountyHerbariaLiterature Citation (If Applicable)
Calhoun USF  
Escambia USF  
Franklin FSU  
Gadsden FSU  
Gulf FSU  
Hamilton FLAS  
Holmes FSU  
Jackson FLAS  
Jefferson DS-Lit Lit-DS: C. I Peng, Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 76: 255. 1989.
Leon USF  
Liberty FSU  
Madison DS-Lit Lit-DS: C. I Peng, Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 76: 255. 1989.
Nassau USF  
Okaloosa FSU  
Santa Rosa MO-Lit Lit-MO: C. I Peng, Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 76: 255. 1989.
Taylor USF  
Wakulla FSU  
Walton USF  

Synonyms

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SynonymFull CitationBasionymType
Isnardia cylindrica Isnardia cylindrica (Elliott) de Candolle, Prodr. 3: 61. 1828.BASIONYM: Ludwigia cylindrica Elliott 1817. 
Ludwigia cylindrica Ludwigia cylindrica Elliott, Sketch Bot. S. Carolina 1: 213. 1817. TYPE: SOUTH CAROLINA: Beaufort Co.: Burtons Hill, near Beaufort, Aug-Sep, Baldwin s.n. (holotype: CHARL; isotypes: GH, MO, NY, PH).
Ludwigia glandulosa var. typica Ludwigia glandulosa Walter, var. typica Munz, Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 71: 164. 1944, nom. inadmiss.BASIONYM: Ludwigia glandulosa Walter 1788. 
Jussiaea brachycarpa Jussiaea brachycarpa Lamarck, Encycl. 3: 331. 1789. TYPE: SOUTH CAROLINA: Without data, Fraser s.n. (holotype: P).
Ludwigia heterophylla Ludwigia heterophylla Poiret, in Lamarck, Encycl., Suppl. 3: 512. 1814. TYPE: SOUTH CAROLINA: Without data, 1798-1800, Bosc s.n. (holotype: P).