Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (2) Download

Family Name:Alstroemeriaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Alstroemeria pulchella L. f.
Locality:USA. Florida. Alachua Co.: Gainesville. University of Florida campus. On small piece of UF property isolated from main part of campus, at corner of SW 23rd Street and W University Avenue, just N of the president's house. A population also occurs along ditch just S of Bartram-Carr Hall.
Description:Locally common. Herb; flowers with red tube, grading to green, the tips of the tepals with maroon spots and lines. 
Habitat:On moist ditch bank, in disturbed woods, along ditch.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:W. S. Judd 8004
Date:22 May 2001
Accession No:243666
Image:243666.jpg

Family Name:Alstroemeriaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Alstroemeria pulchella L. f. - Determined By: W. C. Holmes, 1991
Determination History: Alstroemeria psittacina Lehm.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: E side of W end of Pierce Harwell Road. T28S, R21E, Sec. 18.
Habitat:Vacant lot.
Collector:R. Mears s.n.
Date:18 Apr 1988
Accession No:195915
Image:195915.jpg

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