Vitis vulpina

Family:VITACEAE
Species:Vitis vulpina L.
Common Name:FROST GRAPE
Plant Notes:**
Status:Native, FAC (NWPL)
Specimen: View specimen details in the USF Herbarium Specimen Database

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Classification

FamilyVITACEAE
Genus Vitis
Species Vitis vulpina L. - FROST GRAPE

Citation

Citation VITIS VULPINA Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 203. 1753.
Basionym: **
Type: VIRGINIA: Without data (lectotype: LINN 281.7). Lectotypified by Fernald, Rhodora 41: 433. 1939.

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Source

CountyHerbariaLiterature Citation (If Applicable)
Alachua FLAS  
Calhoun USF  
Citrus FLAS  
Dixie USF  
Escambia FLAS  
Flagler FTG  
Franklin FSU  
Gadsden FLAS  
Hernando USF  
Jackson FSU  
Jefferson FSU  
Leon USF  
Levy FLAS  
Madison FLAS  
Manatee FLAS  
Marion FLAS  
Okaloosa UWFP  
Putnam FLAS  
Suwannee FLAS  
Taylor FTG  
Wakulla FLAS  

Synonyms

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SynonymFull CitationBasionymType
Vitis cordifolia Vitis cordifolia Michaux, Fl. Bor.-Amer. 2: 231. 1803. TYPE: "a Pensylvania ad Floridam", without data, Michaux s.n. (lectotype: P). Lectotypified by Uttal, Rhodora 86: 62. 1984.
Vitis cordifolia var. sempervirens Vitis cordifolia Michaux, var. sempervirens Munson, Rev. Vitic. 5: 165. 1896. TYPE: FLORIDA: Manatee Co.: Collected in Florida, cult. in Texas, 10 May 1890, Munson s.n. (lectotype: BH). Lectotypified by M. O. Moore, Sida 14: 353. 1991.
Vitis illex Vitis illex L. H. Bailey, Gentes Herb. 3: 217. 1934.BASIONYM: Vitis cordifolia Michaux, var. sempervirens Munson 1896. 
Vitis muscadina Vitis muscadina Rafinesque, Med. Fl. 2: 132. 1830, nom. illegit.BASIONYM: Vitis vulpina Linnaeus 1753. 
Vitis cordifolia var. foetida Vitis cordifolia Michaux, var. foetida Engelmann ex L. H. Bailey, in A. Gray, Syn. Fl. N. Amer. 1(1): 424. 1897.  
Vitis pullaria Vitis pullaria LeConte, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 6: 273. 1853. TYPE: VIRGINIA: Norfolk Co.: Norfolk, s.d., Leconte s.n. (lectotype: PH; isolectotype: PH).