Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (5) Download

Family Name:Aristolochiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Aristolochia maxima Jacq.
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: Old Cutler Road and SW 164th Street.
Description:Twining vine, to tops of trees; stem at base woody with corky-ridged bark; racemes pendent from leafless woody stems; flowers purple with some yellow on limb of calyx. 
Habitat:In hammock plagued with vines, both native and exotic.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fertile
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:G. N. Avery 1522
  with J. French
Date:05 Nov 1974
Accession No:117870
Image:117870.jpg

Family Name:Aristolochiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Aristolochia maxima Jacq.
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.
Description:Large, woody vine with corky bark; flowers in monocasia; branches becoming entangled making inflorescence appear paniculate; calyx brown with pale hairs directed inward; no odor. 
Habitat:Drosophilid flies inside flowers.
Reproductive State:Fertile, Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED. Sheet 1 of 4. Grown from seeds collected by T. Plowman; wild collection.
Collector:M. P. Coons 1372
Date:09 Oct 1979
Accession No:282969
Image:282969.jpg

Family Name:Aristolochiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Aristolochia maxima Jacq.
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.
Description:Large, woody vine with corky bark; flowers in monocasia; branches becoming entangled making inflorescence appear paniculate; calyx brown with pale hairs directed inward; no odor. 
Habitat:Drosophilid flies inside flowers.
Reproductive State:Fertile, Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED. Sheet 2 of 4. Grown from seeds collected by T. Plowman; wild collection.
Collector:M. P. Coons 1372
Date:09 Oct 1979
Accession No:282959
Image:282959.jpg

Family Name:Aristolochiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Aristolochia maxima Jacq.
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.
Description:Large, woody vine with corky bark; flowers in monocasia; branches becoming entangled making inflorescence appear paniculate; calyx brown with pale hairs directed inward; no odor. 
Habitat:Drosophilid flies inside flowers.
Reproductive State:Fertile, Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED. Sheet 4 of 4. Grown from seeds collected by T. Plowman; wild collection.
Collector:M. P. Coons 1372
Date:09 Oct 1979
Accession No:282961
Image:282961.jpg

Family Name:Aristolochiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Aristolochia maxima Jacq.
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.
Description:Large, woody vine with corky bark; flowers in monocasia; branches becoming entangled making inflorescence appear paniculate; calyx brown with pale hairs directed inward; no odor. 
Habitat:Drosophilid flies inside flowers.
Reproductive State:Fertile, Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED. Sheet 3 of 4. Grown from seeds collected by T. Plowman; wild collection.
Collector:M. P. Coons 1372
Date:09 Oct 1979
Accession No:282960
Image:282960.jpg

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