Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (47) Download

Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1981
Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Crewsville Road, ca. 1 mi. S of Highlands Hammock.
Description:Several small colonies; branches several, suberect, very twiggy, forming an open bush up to ca. 80 cm high; leaves recurved, dull, paler below; glands of serrations on young leaves reddish; twigs a pale greenish yellow; flowers white. 
Habitat:Edge of a road in an open stand of oaks and slash pine [Pinus elliottii].
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. J. Brass 33414
Date:03 Feb 1965
Accession No:136325
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Orange Co.: Along FL 545, 2.7 mi. S of Harlan Heights; ca. 6 mi. S of Winter Garden. T23S, R27E, Sec. 17, SW¼ of NW¼.
Habitat:Sandy roadbank in turkey oak [Quercus laevis] scrub.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:B. F. Hansen 9599
  with D.R. Richardson
Date:23 Apr 1982
Accession No:164443
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Osceola Co.: Ca. 5 mi. NW of Loughman, ca. 1.3 mi. S of Bunker Hill.
Description:Scattered. 
Habitat:Longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] - turkey oak [Quercus laevis] sandhill; with Quercus geminata, Carya floridana, Crataegus, Chrysopsis, Liatris, Aristida, Balduina, Carphephorus, Penstemon, Andropogon, Polygonella, and Pinus clausa.
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 10427
  with O. Lakela, J. Patman
Date:14 Oct 1960
Accession No:22568
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Walton Co.: Ca. 6 mi. S of Mossy Head, along the N side of FL 280, 0.3 mi. E of intersection with government railroad.
Collector:G. Wilhelm 11116
Date:16 Mar 1983
Accession No:172870
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Along N side of C-455, just W of Howey Height; ca. 3 mi. S of Astatula. T21S, R26E, Sec. 8, SE¼ of SW¼.
Habitat:Sandhill.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:B. F. Hansen 8176
  with R.P. Wunderlin, D.R. Richardson
Date:23 Mar 1981
Accession No:154461
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Crewsville Road, ca. 1 mi. S of Highlands Hammock.
Description:Several small colonies; branches several, suberect, very twiggy, forming an open bush up to ca. 80 cm high; leaves recurved, dull, paler below; glands of serrations on young leaves reddish; twigs a pale greenish yellow; flowers white. 
Habitat:Edge of a road in an open stand of oaks and slash pine [Pinus elliottii].
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. J. Brass 33414
Date:03 Feb 1965
Accession No:136473
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Seminole State Forest. 6.1 km N of FL 46, 7.1 km W of Wekiva River, 3.3 km SE of FL 44. 28º 51’ 58” N 81º 27’ 0” W
Habitat:Historically pastured sandhill.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:A. R. Franck 3003
  with R. Mejeur, R. Risch, C. Roux
Date:15 Apr 2012
Accession No:262242
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: W of 30th Street, Briarwood, Tampa.
Habitat:Sandhill; openings in live oak [Quercus virginiana] stands, much disturbed area; Asimina, Lupinus, Heterotheca.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:O. K. Lakela 24917
Date:18 Mar 1962
Accession No:53725
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Off Croom Road.
Habitat:Sandhill association.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:P.C. Hilsenbeck 628
  with R. Hilsenbeck, J. Poppleton
Date:25 Mar 1976
Accession No:122796
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: R. A. Hattaway
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: Fort Cooper State Park. Ca. 100 ft. E of service road. T19S, R20E, Sec. 28, SW¼ of NE¼.
Description:Uncommon. 
Habitat:Sandhill.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. A. Hattaway FC0199
Date:16 Mar 2001
Accession No:235368
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Just N of Lady Lake.
Description:Sprawling low shrub; flowers whitish. 
Habitat:Sandy scrub oak flats.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:D. S. Correll 53350
  with H.B. Correll
Date:27 Mar 1982
Accession No:165897
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Along 46th Street, ca. 1 mi. S of University of South Florida campus; Tampa.
Description:Few scattered plants. 
Habitat:In sand; with Asimina and Myrica.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:O. K. Lakela 23856
Date:16 Mar 1961
Accession No:24217
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Duval Co.: Near Jacksonville.
Habitat:Dry sandy soil.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. H. Curtiss 471
Date:Apr
Accession No:210102
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Alachua Co.: Gainesville, W of city.
Habitat:Disturbed roadside area.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 1134
Date:06 Mar 1952
Accession No:10356
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: N of Seminole Springs, along Lake Norris Drive at the NE corner of Black Bear Golf Club on the E side of the road. 28º 53’ 17” N 81º 32’ 33” W
Habitat:Edge of the woods.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:W. D. Longbottom 11155
  with D.H. Williams
Date:01 May 2008
Accession No:249352
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: 4 mi. SW of Ocala.
Description:Low shrub. 
Habitat:In pinewood, under longleaf pine [Pinus palustris].
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:G. R. Cooley 5856
  with R.J. Eaton
Date:31 Mar 1958
Accession No:8211
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: US 27.
Habitat:Open oak scrub with Eriogonum and Lupinus.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:O. K. Lakela 23763
Date:25 Feb 1961
Accession No:24181
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Pasco Co.: Ca. 2 mi. S of Wilson Haven off US 41.
Description:Infrequent; flower clusters minute. 
Habitat:Secondary longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] - bluejack oak [Quecus incana] low dry sandy ridge; with Liatris, Eupatorium, Aristida, Elephantopus elatus, Eriogonum tomentosum, Vernonia angustifolia, palmetto [Serenoa repens], etc.
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 10305
  with O. Lakela
Date:30 Sep 1960
Accession No:22742
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: 0.8 mi. WSW of Ferndale. T21S, R26E, Sec. 33, SE¼ of NW¼.
Habitat:Sandhill community on steep hillside in a sea of orange groves; with Pinus palustris, Quercus laevis, Q. myrtifolia, Q. stellata var. margaretta [Quercus margaretta], Ceratiola ericoides, Stipa avenacioides [Piptochaetium avenacioides], Serenoa repens, Polygala lewtonii, Nolina brittoniana.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:B. F. Hansen 5278
  with D. Richardson
Date:24 Mar 1979
Accession No:143170
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Ft. Meade.
Collector:O. E. Jennings s.n.
  with G.K. Jennings
Date:24-30 Dec 1929
Accession No:55791
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Tiger Creek Sanctuary. Ca. 2 mi. ESE of Babson Park. T31S, R28E, Sec. 2, NW¼.
Habitat:Small, disturbed remnant of sandhill community on gentle slope.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:B. F. Hansen 5344
  with D.R. Richardson
Date:13 Apr 1979
Accession No:141881
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Seminole Co.: N of Slavia.
Description:Flowers white. 
Habitat:Hammock.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:G. R. Cooley 7478
  with R.J. Eaton, J.D. Ray, Jr.
Date:02 May 1960
Accession No:18749
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, Apr 1988
Locality:USA. Florida. Liberty Co.: Apalachicola National Forest. Forest Road 123, 0.24 mi. W of FL 379.
Description:Flowers white; occasional dwarf shrub 1-1.5 ft. tall. 
Habitat:Longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] flatwoods; with wiregrass [Aristida stricta] and dwarf oak.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. R. Hill 19177
  with A. Gholson, Jr.
Date:18 Apr 1988
Accession No:199854
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Taylor Co.: Along C-361, ca. 2-3 air mi. NW of town of Perry, 1.7 mi. drive W and S of US 27. T4S, R7E, Sec. 3, center.
Description:Locally established. 
Habitat:Dry loamy sand of open pine - oak woodland.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. C. Anderson 10374
Date:16 Apr 1987
Accession No:196142
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: 4 mi. E of Homosassa Springs.
Habitat:Turkey oak [Quercus laevis] - longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] upland, piney woods; red-cockaded woodpecker habitat.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:F. Ruff s.n.
Date:01 Jun 1973
Accession No:194704
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Lutz Road.
Habitat:Pinelands.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:V. Ducey 108
Date:03 Mar 1964
Accession No:198660
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Lutz Road.
Habitat:Pinelands.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:V. Ducey 108
Date:03 Mar 1964
Accession No:198921
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: Ocala National Forest. Along FL 316, Salt Springs Island.
Description:Low, much-branched shrub; perennial; flowers white; anthers darkening on drying. 
Habitat:Open Pinus palustris sandhill.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. Herndon 1452
Date:12 Apr 1986
Accession No:191237
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Mt. Plymouth.
Description:Shrub 50 cm tall. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. F. Daubenmire s.n.
  with J. Daubenmire
Date:22 Mar 1976
Accession No:177799
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Crewsville Road, ca. 1 mi. S of Highlands Hammock.
Description:Common, virgate shrub up to 1 m; twigs a pale greenish yellow; leaves recurved, shining above, much paler below, some black-glandular toothed, some entire; sepals acute. 
Habitat:Edge of a live oak [Quercus virginiana] hammock.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. J. Brass 32947
Date:17 Feb 1963
Accession No:136471
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: K. M. Meyer, 2007
Locality:USA. Florida. Putnam Co.: Ocala National Forest. 0.6 mi. on Forest Service Road 88, off Forest Service Road 75. 29º 26’ 15” N 81º 48’ 32” W
Description:Small shrub, less than 0.5 m; leaves less than 1 cm long. 
Habitat:Pine fores and oak scrub.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Elevation:38 m
Collector:K. M. Meyer 93
  with A. Townesmith
Date:17 May 2007
Accession No:257293
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Calhoun Co.: Clarksville; 6.5 mi. W of FL 73; Juniper Creek; Ron and Gail Wood. 30º 25’ 59” N 85º 17’ 30” W
Description:Erect woody shrub to 30 cm; tiny white flowers; leaves prominently veined; margins entire; locally common. 
Habitat:Sandhills on ridge.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:T. MacClendon 1082
  with K. MacClendon, S. Denton
Date:01 Apr 2011
Accession No:258479
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Crewsville Road, ca. 1 mi. S of Highlands Hammock.
Description:Common, virgate shrub up to 1 m; twigs a pale greenish yellow; leaves recurved, shining above, much paler below, some black-glandular toothed, some entire; sepals acute. 
Habitat:Edge of a live oak [Quercus virginiana] hammock.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. J. Brass 32947
Date:19 Feb 1963
Accession No:136323
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Crewsville Road, ca. 1 mi. S of Highlands Hammock.
Description:Common, virgate shrub up to 1 m; twigs a pale greenish yellow; leaves recurved, shining above, much paler below, some black-glandular toothed, some entire; sepals acute. 
Habitat:Edge of a live oak [Quercus virginiana] hammock.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. J. Brass 32947
Date:19 Feb 1963
Accession No:136324
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Lake Iris, Hesperides; 8 mi. E of Lake Wales.
Habitat:Oak scrub in white sand.
Collector:O. K. Lakela 23586
Date:11 Nov 1960
Accession No:21014
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: N-central part of county.
Description:Shrub up to 1 m tall and more across; flowers white; petals faintly pink, young anthers red, disk black-purple; pedicels white or pinkish; flower buds 5-angled. 
Habitat:Dry scrub lands.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 5662
  with J. Monachino
Date:20 Mar 1958
Accession No:3290
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1981
Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Proposed Squirrel Prairie Flood Detention Area, E of Masaryktown and between US 41 and FL 581.
Habitat:Pine - oak area.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:T. F. Rochow s.n.
Date:22 Mar 1977
Accession No:134453
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: N side of FL 50, 0.6 mi. E of junction with US 27, 0.5 mi. E of Clermont. T22S, R26E, Sec. 29, SW¼ of NW¼ of NE¼.
Habitat:Sandhill community with Aristida as dominant ground cover.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 8872
  with B.F. Hansen, D.R. Richardson
Date:13 Mar 1981
Accession No:156981
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: A. M. Evans
Locality:USA. Florida. Duval Co.: Live Oak Drive and Atlantic Boulevard, Jacksonville.
Habitat:Moist and dry, sandy area.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. H. Morton 4684
Date:15 Apr 1971
Accession No:101165
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1981
Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: 1 mi. N of Hernando Co. line, near Old Inverness Road.
Description:Root red, this plant eleven years old; plant dies back to the ground each year apparently; tiny petals white. 
Habitat:Open wood.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 6378
  with I.W. Bailey, A.S. Pease
Date:18 Mar 1959
Accession No:8149
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Duval: Sawmill Slough Preserve. University of North Florida 30º 15’ 31” N 81º 30’ 49” W
Description:Multi-stemmed shrub 19 in. tall, 30 in. wide; flowers white. 
Habitat:Longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] sandhill that has experienced several prescribed burns in recent years; with Serenoa repens, Vaccinium myrsinites, and Aristida stricta.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:73 ft
Collector:C. Hubbuch 303
Date:07 Apr 2015
Accession No:280685
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Orange Co.: 10 mi. E of Orlando.
Habitat:High pine.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:M. Mulvania s.n.
Date:01 Mar 1930
Accession No:287027
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Okaloosa Co.: Blackwater River State Forest. North Campground, Hurricane Lake.
Description:Low, much-branched shrub; capsules drying to dark brown at maturity. 
Habitat:Disturbed Pinus palustris sandhill.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:A. Herndon 1892
Date:27 May 1988
Accession No:287479
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Lake Wales. T29S, R27E, Sec. 27.
Habitat:Pine - hardwoods.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:C. F. Caudle 4395
  with M.L. Gilbert, M.S. Tisdale
Date:02 Nov 1963
Accession No:287350
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: R. Kral
Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Geneva Co.: Between Geneva and Samson on AL 52.
Description:Shrubby cor. White. 
Habitat:Sandy peat of pineland bog.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 34557
Date:27 Apr 1969
Accession No:119912
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: R. Kral
Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: R. Kral
Locality:USA. Alabama. Geneva Co.: 6 mi. S Samson on AL 87.
Description:Low shrub. 
Habitat:Sandy peat of hillside bog.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:R. Kral 35082
Date:07 Jun 1969
Accession No:118528
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus microphyllus Michx. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus microphyllus Michx.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Covington Co.: On tributary of Camp Creek 14.5 mi. SW of Andalusia; coastal plain province.
Description:Perianth white, the disc dark grey. 
Habitat:At edge of gum swamp.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. W. Hardin 14994
  with W. H. Duncan
Date:31 Mar 1953
Accession No:10355
Image:10355.jpg

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