Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (14) Download

Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Subshrub ca. 2 dm tall; leaves smell of cineole; flowers cream with red-purple spots (a few flowers from the previous day white with spots); anthers yellow. 
Habitat:Xerophytic oak scrub on yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:W. S. Judd 5548
  with S. Christman, J.D. Skean, P. Alcorn
Date:11 Sep 1987
Accession No:206166
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd
Determination History: Dicerandra frutescens Shinners - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 01 May 1984
Dicerandra frutescens Shinners - Determined By: D. B. Ward, Nov 1976
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Oak ridges.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:R. Garrett s.n.
Date:09 Aug 1948
Accession No:198805
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1989
Determination History: Dicerandra frutescens Shinners - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 01-May-1984
Dicerandra frutescens Shinners - Determined By: D. B. Ward, Nov 1976
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Oak ridges.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Garrett s.n.
Date:25 Sep 1948
Accession No:198806
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: W. S. Judd
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Subshrub ca. 2 dm tall; leaves smell of cineole; flowers cream with red-purple spots (a few flowers from the previous day white with spots); anthers yellow. Common
Habitat:Xerophytic oak scrub on yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:W. S. Judd 5549
  with S. Christman, J.D. Skean, P. Alcorn
Date:11 Sep 1987
Accession No:206053
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: W. S. Judd
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Subshrub; leaves smell of cineole; flowers cream with purple spots (rarely a few white with spots); anthers yellow. Common
Habitat:Xerophytic oak - sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub on yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:W. S. Judd 5573
  with S. Christman, J.D. Skean, P. Alcorn
Date:11 Sep 1987
Accession No:206152
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: J. W. Judd
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Subshrub; leaves smell of cineole; flowers cream with red-purple spots; anthers yellow. 
Habitat:Xerophytic oak - sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub on yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:W. S. Judd 5570
  with S. Christman, J.D. Skean, P. Alcorn
Date:11 Sep 1987
Accession No:206055
Image:206055.jpg

Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Subshrub; crushed foliage with the fragrance of cineole; flowers buds yellow, corollas cream with purple spots, anthers yellow. 
Habitat:Scrub on yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. D. Skean, Jr. 2130
  with W.S. Judd, P. Alcorn, S.P. Christman
Date:11 Sep 1987
Accession No:206156
Image:206156.jpg

Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 16-Dec-2009
Determination History: Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: C. E. Edwards, 2007
Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Xeric oak scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 10369
  with R.B. Huck, B.F. Hansen, K.R. DeLaney
Date:10 Sep 1987
Accession No:197784
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 16-Dec-2009
Determination History: Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: C. E. Edwards, 2007
Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1988
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Edge of scrub.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney s.n.
Date:18 Jul 1987
Accession No:192551
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 16-Dec-2009
Determination History: Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1988
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Scrub on rolling hills.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney s.n.
Date:18 Jul 1987
Accession No:192374
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 16-Dec-2009
Determination History: Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: C. E. Edwards, 2007
PARATYPE of  Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1988
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Ca. 30 plants, only 2 stems in flower; flowers white with dark red markings. 
Habitat:Along outside edge of scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:B. F. Hansen 11400
  with R.P. Wunderlin, K.R. DeLaney
Date:05 Aug 1987
Accession No:192230
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 16-Dec-2009
Determination History: Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: C. E. Edwards, 2007
PARATYPE of  Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1988
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Common on open edges of sand hills, mostly in full sun; edge of disturbed scrub.
Collector:B. F. Hansen 11407
  with R.P. Wunderlin, K.R. DeLaney
Date:05 Aug 1987
Accession No:192247
Image:192247.jpg

Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. B. Huck, 16-Dec-2009
Determination History: Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: C. E. Edwards, 2007
Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd
Locality:Florida, Highlands Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Deep yellow sand scrub on high ridge; associates include Bonamia grandiflora, Carya floridana, Cnidoscolus stimulosus, Dalea feayi, Paronychia chartacea, Polygonella myriophylla, Quercus myrtifolia, Sabal etonia, and Selaginella arenicola. Soils - Tavarres (Typic Quartzipsamments).
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:75 to 110 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 15849
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:12 Nov 1990
Accession No:210924
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Family Name:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:ISOTYPE of  Dicerandra christmanii Huck & Judd - Determined By: R. B. Huck
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: 5.8 mi. from Desoto Avenue in Sebring to Central Boulevard; E of Sebring, off C-17 on N-S ridge.
Description:Common low shrub to ca. 0.5 m tall; odor minty-cineole; corolla pale cream with vivid purple-red markings; anthers brilliant yellow. 
Habitat:Xerophytic oak scrub on well-drained yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:R. B. Huck 4825
  with R.P. Wunderlin, B.F. Hansen, K. DeLaney
Date:10 Sep 1987
Accession No:223090
Image:223090.jpg

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