Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (5) Download

Family Name:Apocynaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asclepias viridula Chapm.
Locality:Florida, Clay Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Open seepage slope. Soils - Meadowbrook (Grossarenic Ochraqualfs). Community dominated by: Aristida beyrichiana [A. stricta var. beyrichiana], Muhlenbergia expansa [M. capillaris var. trichopodes].
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:S. L. Orzell 22791
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:31 Jul 1994
Accession No:231540
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Family Name:Apocynaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asclepias viridula Chapm.
Locality:Florida, Clay Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Open seepage slope. Soils - Meadowbrook (Grossarenic Ochraqualfs). Community dominated by: Aristida beyrichiana [A. stricta var. beyrichiana], Muhlenbergia expansa [M. capillaris var. trichopodes].
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:S. L. Orzell 22750
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:26 Jun 1994
Accession No:231547
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Family Name:Apocynaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asclepias viridula Chapm. - Determined By: M. Fishbein, December 1995
Determination History: Asclepias viridula Chapm.
Locality:Florida, Franklin Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Frequent. 
Habitat:In recently burned wiregrass [Aristida stricta var. beyrichiana]-pine flatwoods. With Asclepias connivens and Verbesina chapmanii.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:L. C. Anderson 8337
Date:21 Jun 1985
Accession No:196185
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Family Name:Apocynaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asclepias viridula Chapm.
Locality:Florida, Walton Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Widely scattered. 
Habitat:In wet flatwoods with Aristida beyrichiana [A. stricta var. beyrichiana], Rhexia alifanus, Rhexia lutea, and Eriocaulon decangulare under an open canopy of Pinus elliottii.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:A. Schotz 1104
Date:01 Jul 1994
Accession No:221804
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Family Name:Apocynaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Asclepias viridula Chapm. - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, Feb 2008
Determination History: Asclepias viridis Walter
Locality:Florida, Clay Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Fence row between road and wet pine flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. Slaughter 13804
Date:23 Apr 2003
Accession No:244710
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