Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (6) Download

Family Name:Cucurbitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl. - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1976
Locality:USA. Florida. Monroe Co.: Lignum Vitae Key.
Habitat:Hammock.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:J. K. Small s.n.
  with N.L. Britton
Date:13 Dec 1919
Accession No:17006
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Family Name:Cucurbitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: The Kampong, 4013 Douglas Road, Coconut Grove.
Description:Herbaceous white; leaves soft pubescent; flowers white, open at dusk. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:R. A. Howard 21007
  with E. S. Howard
Date:29 Jan 1994
Accession No:284220
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Family Name:Cucurbitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl.
Locality:China. Kiating, W Szechuan.
Description:Herbaceous vine; flower white. 
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Elevation:350 m
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:L.-Y. Tai T1590
Date:30 Jun 1944
Accession No:284221
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Family Name:Cucurbitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl.
Locality:China. Kiating, W Szechuan.
Description:Herbaceous vine; flower white. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:L.-Y. Tai T1592
Date:30 Jun 1944
Accession No:284222
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Family Name:Cucurbitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl. - Determined By: D. W. Hall
Locality:USA. Florida. Alachua Co.: N side of FL 235, 2 mi. E of LaCross.
Description:Flowers white; vine. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED. Seeds originally from India.
Collector:T. Burton s.n.
Date:18 Sep 1990
Accession No:206059
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Family Name:Cucurbitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl.
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Richland Co.: 1011 Arcadia Lakes Drive; Columbia.
Description:Annual herbs, vigorously scrambling on viny stems away from spots where planted; stems with coiled, tightly grasping tendrils; corolla pale white, the foliage soft and clammy-pubescent; immature fruits massive, abundantly produced, commonly up to 42 cm long, ca. 19 cm broad, enlarged in a teardrop shape. 
Habitat:Open lawn after germination in peat pots.
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:J. B. Nelson 17002
Date:05 Nov 1995
Accession No:256486
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