Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (35) Download

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Alachua Co.: 11 mi. SW of Gainesville.
Description:Woody shrub; 4 ft high. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 1018
Date:25 Feb 1952
Accession No:2166
Image:2166.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Suwannee Co.: 10.3 mi. W of Live Oak on US 90, 2.3 mi. E of Madison County line.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 9070
  with J. Beckner
Date:10 May 1981
Accession No:157874
Image:157874.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Clay Co.: Ca. 10 mi. SW of Penny Farms, along FL 21, 6 mi. S of FL 16.
Habitat:Edge of wet pine flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:R. P. Sauleda 5463
Date:31 May 1981
Accession No:157775
Image:157775.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Gilchrist Co.: Bell, 2.4 mi. S of junction with C-340 on US 129.
Description:Small shrubs. 
Habitat:Roadside thicket.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 9034
  with J. Beckner
Date:10 May 1981
Accession No:157899
Image:157899.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Columbia Co.: 4 and 0.5 mi. NW of Fort White off of US 27 in Ichetucknee Springs State Park; ca. 1.6 mi. NE of S entrance in SW portion of section 1E; E of dirt service road and section 1D. T6S, R16E, Sec. 18.
Description:Infrequent shrub ca. 1.5 m tall; stems and leaves slightly hairy; petals 3, cream-colored; flowers very fragrant, covered with ants. 
Habitat:Sandhill; with Quercus margaretta.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:B. J. Herring 648
  with D. Herring
Date:05 Apr 1992
Accession No:211238
Image:211238.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1985
Determination History: Asimina speciosa (Nash)
Locality:USA. Florida. Alachua Co.: Vicinity of Hatchet Creek, NE of Fairbanks. T9S, R21E, Sec. 6, SW¼ of SE¼.
Description:Shrub to 1 m tall; petals creamy-white. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:M. R. Crosby 14727
Date:16 Apr 1983
Accession No:185388
Image:185388.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: Along FL 414, ca. 0.25 mi. S of FL 44.
Description:Small shrub. 
Habitat:Sandy open flat.
Collector:D. S. Correll 51941
  with H.B. Correll, R.K. Godfrey
Date:26 May 1981
Accession No:156399
Image:156399.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Levy Co.: Along C-326, between FL 121 and C-337
Description:Small shrub with creamy white flowers. 
Habitat:Pine - oak sandhills.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. S. Correll 51547
  with H.B. Correll
Date:22 Apr 1981
Accession No:161063
Image:161063.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1982
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: Along C-35, ca. 6 mi. S of Silver Springs.
Description:Plant to 1m; flowers cream-colored. 
Habitat:Field.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. S. Correll 53355
  with H.B. Correll
Date:27 Mar 1982
Accession No:165824
Image:165824.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa (Nash)
Locality:USA. Florida. Suwannee Co.: 15 mi. W of Lake City.
Description:Shrubs to 1 m tall. 
Habitat:Open sandy old field.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 2282
Date:08 Apr 1956
Accession No:35908
Image:35908.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Levy Co.: 1 mi. N of county line.
Description:2 ft tall, many-stemmed shrub; outer sepals white, inner cream with interrupted yellow sculpture, green below; leaves gray pubescent. 
Habitat:Flatwoods among Serenoa repens.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 5941
  with C.E. Wood, Jr., K.A. Wilson
Date:23 Apr 1958
Accession No:2174
Image:2174.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Suwannee Co.: 5 mi. E of Live Oak.
Description:Common shrub up to 1 m tall; inner petals yellow with yellow corrugate zone. 
Habitat:Loose old field sands.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 2330
Date:22 Apr 1956
Accession No:8593
Image:8593.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Suwannee Co.: 2 mi. ENE of Branford.
Habitat:Sandy old field.
Collector:R. Kral 2266
Date:07 Apr 1956
Accession No:8603
Image:8603.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Suwannee Co.: 5 mi. E of Branford.
Description:Rare. 
Habitat:Loose white sand along railroad tracks.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 2173
Date:30 Mar 1956
Accession No:8616
Image:8616.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Suwannee Co.: 5 m ENE of Obrien.
Description:Common shrub on old field sands; 1-1.5 m tall; inner petals with yellow corrugate zone; flowers pleasingly fragrant and abundant on twigs from base to tip. 
Habitat:Old field sands.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 4606
Date:08 Apr 1957
Accession No:8589
Image:8589.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Levy Co.: 2 mi. N of Chiefland.
Description:Common shrubs to 1.5 m tall; inner petals with yellow corrugate zone. 
Habitat:Longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] - turkey oak [Quercus laevis] flats.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 4383
Date:31 Mar 1957
Accession No:8628
Image:8628.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Putnam Co.: 2 m ESE of Florahome.
Description:One shrub with inner petals cherry-red. 
Habitat:Turkey oak [Quercus laevis] sand ridge.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 2205
Date:30 Mar 1956
Accession No:8639
Image:8639.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Columbia Co.: 2 mi. E of county line on US 27.
Description:Occasional. 
Habitat:Loose white sand in stand of pure turkey oak [Quercus laevis].
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 2175
Date:30 Mar 1956
Accession No:8609
Image:8609.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Columbia Co.: 2 mi. E of Fort White.
Description:Abundant shrub; stump sprouts sending up abnormally large leaves. 
Habitat:Sands of railroad right-of-way on sands of old field pasture; those near railroad tracks recently burned.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 2180
Date:30 Mar 1956
Accession No:8591
Image:8591.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Lafayette Co.: E side of Mayo.
Description:Common shrub to 1.5 m tall; bark grayish. 
Habitat:Sandy old field.
Collector:R. Kral 4009
  with R.K. Godfrey
Date:31 Jan 1957
Accession No:9289
Image:9289.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Hamilton Co.: 5 mi. SW of White Springs.
Description:Shrubs to 1.5 m tall; inner petals with yellow corrugations. 
Habitat:Loose sands of old field pasture.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 6410
Date:20 Apr 1958
Accession No:8625
Image:8625.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Nassau Co.: Ralph E. Simmons Memorial State Forest. W of Penny Haddock Road; 2 mi. N of Lake Hampton, E of US 301. T4N, R23E, Sec. 5.
Habitat:Turkey oak [Quercus laevis] - longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] - wiregrass [Aristida stricta var. beyrichiana] community.
Collector:C. Slaughter 12709
Date:15 Aug 2001
Accession No:231617
Image:231617.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Clay Co.: Ca. 3.5 mi. ENE of the junction of FL 100 and FL 21, ca. 0.25 mi. SSE of Silver Sands Lake (Ten Mile Pond), N side of Overlook Terrace, E of Silver Sands Lake Drive. T8S, R23E, Sec. 14, SW¼.
Description:Common upright, spreading shrub to ca. 1 m high. 
Habitat:Relatively undisturbed sandhill with interrupted (discontinued) fire cycle; sporadic residences nearby.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. M. Kunzer 520
Date:10 Apr 2004
Accession No:253631
Image:253631.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Putnam Co.: Ocala National Forest. 0.6 mi. on Forest Service Road 75. 29º 26’ 15” N 81º 48’ 32” W
Description:Small shrub ca. 0.5 m; leaves, petioles densely covered with white and brown pubescence. 
Habitat:Pine forest and oak scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:38 m
Collector:K. M. Meyer 92
  with A. Townesmith
Date:17 May 2007
Accession No:257305
Image:257305.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Clay Co.: Town of Middleburg, along C-218, near the intersection with Mallard Road and Bluejay Drive. 30º 5’ 20” N 81º 56’ 43” W
Habitat:Vacant lot.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:W. D. Longbottom 16827
Date:16 Apr 2012
Accession No:265292
Image:265292.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Clay Co.: Jennings State Forest, along Nolan Road.
Habitat:Dry sand soil; open scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:W. D. Longbottom 16824
Date:16 Apr 2012
Accession No:265266
Image:265266.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: Silver Springs: Silver River State Park.. 29º 12’ 9” N 82º 3’ 7” W
Description:Shrub 1 m tall. 
Habitat:Sandhill with Pinus palustris, Quercus laevis, Serenoa repens, and Aristida spp.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:J. Hubbard 481
Date:14 May 2006
Accession No:262607
Image:262607.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, Feb 2008
Determination History: Asimina obovata (Willd.) Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Baker Co.: W of C-228; [?] mi. S of I-10 and MacClenny; 5 mi. N of C-301 and Maxville.
Habitat:Wiregrass [Aristida stricta var. beyrichiana] - turkey oak [Quercus laevis] community.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. Slaughter 15438
Date:17 Apr 2007
Accession No:244709
Image:244709.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Florida. Columbia Co.: E side of Ichetucknee River, N of US 27. T6S, R15E, Sec. 24.
Description:Occasional; odor sweet but unpleasant; outer petals white, inner greenish-white. 
Habitat:Dry Quercus laevis - Pinus palustris woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. B. Ward 3442
Date:07 Apr 1963
Accession No:52453
Image:52453.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Pityothamnus incanus (W. Bartram) Small
Locality:USA. Florida. Duval Co.: Live Oak Drive and Atlantic Boulevard, Jacksonville.
Habitat:Moist and dry, sandy area.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. M. Evans 4681
Date:15 Apr 1971
Accession No:101146
Image:101146.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Near entrance and admin building, zone H-43. T43S, R28E, Sec. 33, SW¼ of SE¼ of SE¼.
Habitat:Mesic flatwoods; recently burned zone.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. Bishop HH0167
Date:17 Mar 2003
Accession No:241406
Image:241406.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina parviflora (Michx.) Dunal
Locality:USA. Georgia. Charlton Co.: 5 mi. SW Folkstone.
Description:White flowers. 
Habitat:Open woodlands.
Collector:G. R. Cooley 1205
Date:12 Apr 1952
Accession No:2175
Image:2175.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina parviflora (Michx.) Dunal
Locality:USA. Georgia. Charlton Co.: Folkstone.
Habitat:Open sandy pine lands.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 1205
Date:12 Apr 1952
Accession No:2176
Image:2176.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Determination History: Asimina speciosa Nash
Locality:USA. Georgia. Pierce Co.: N of Satilla River, NE of Waycross.
Description:Shrub, ca. 1 m high. 
Habitat:Scrub oak barren.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 54700
  with W. D. Reese, et al.
Date:23 Apr 1957
Accession No:8599
Image:8599.jpg

Family Name:Annonaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asimina incana (W. Bartram) Exell
Locality:USA. Georgia. Atkinson Co.: County road SE of Hastings pond; ca. 6 mi. S of Willacoochee.
Habitat:Pine flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. R. Bozeman 9433
Date:13 Jun 1967
Accession No:82021
Image:82021.jpg

New Search