Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (78) Download

Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla L. - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, 1961
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Chinsegut Hill. SE side. Ca. 6 mi. N of Brooksville.
Description:Utterly flat on the ground. Spreading. Flowers white fading reddish. One plant noted.
Habitat:In pinewood amidst Cladonia; with Silphium.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:O. K. Lakela 24437a
Date:23 Jul 1961
Accession No:38651
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1984
Locality:USA. Florida. Sumter Co.: N side of FL 44, 1 mi. WNW of I-75. T18S, R22E, Sec. 33.
Habitat:Badly disturbed sandhill community.
Reproductive State:Bud, Fruit
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 9652
  with B.F. Hansen, G.L. Robinson
Date:28 Jun 1984
Accession No:179556
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: R. F. Daubenmire, 1976
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Mount Plymouth.
Habitat:Oak forest.
Reproductive State:Bud, Immature Fruit
Collector:R. F. Daubenmire s.n.
  with J. Daubenmire
Date:1 Jul 1976
Accession No:179752
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: Robert Kral, 1958
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: 4 mi. SE of Inverness.
Habitat:On loose sands of clearing in pine - turkey oak [Quercus laevis] scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:R. Kral 7339
Date:19 Jul 1958
Accession No:5331
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1976
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: 1 year old mined phosphate site.
Collector:J. Brown s.n.
Date:05 Jun 1976
Accession No:131577
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: A. Parker, 1983
Locality:USA. Florida. Leon Co.: Apalachicola National Forest. SW of Tallahassee, near the edge of Dog Lake.
Habitat:In sandy soil.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:A. Parker 1814
Date:30 Oct 1983
Accession No:178918
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: W. Webb, 1972
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: Ocala National Park [Forest]. Along FL 314.
Collector:R. W. Long 3656
  with S. Todd, W. Webb
Date:27 Jul 1972
Accession No:102484
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: J. D. Ray, 1959
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Along US 41, 4 mi. N of Brooksville.
Description:Young corolla white becoming pink. Frequent
Habitat:Grassy roadside slope with open pine overstory.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 9350
Date:03 Sep 1959
Accession No:15962
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: Robert Kral, 1958
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: 4 mi. SE of Inverness.
Habitat:On loose sands of clearing in pine - turkey oak [Quercus laevis] scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:R. Kral 7339
Date:19 Jul 1958
Accession No:2950
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1976
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: 1 year old mined phosphate site.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:J. Brown s.n.
Date:05 Jun 1976
Accession No:132171
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: G. Fleming, 1979
Locality:USA. Florida. Pinellas Co.: Honeymoon Island Recreation Area. Little Bayou shore and dunes. T28S, R15E, Sec. 8.
Reproductive State:Bud, Fruit
Collector:G. Fleming 3227
  with P. Genelle
Date:03 Oct 1979
Accession No:151599
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: D. S. Correll, 1981
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: Several mi. S of Inverness, along US 41.
Description:Plant prostrate; flowers red. 
Habitat:In open field.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:D. S. Correll 52566
  with H.B. Correll
Date:19 Sep 1981
Accession No:160850
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: D. B. Ward, 1964
Locality:USA. Florida. Putnam Co.: Along FL 20, W edge of Mannville. T10S, R24E, Sec. 14.
Description:Plants nearly prostrate; corolla opening creamy white, aging to dark maroon. Occasional
Habitat:Dry open sandy bank.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:D. B. Ward 4074
Date:07 Aug 1964
Accession No:61867
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: J. M. Kunzer, 2005
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:Prostrate, spreading herb. 
Habitat:Relatively undisturbed sandhill with interrupted (discontinued) fire cycle; sporadic residences nearby.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:J. M. Kunzer 1150
Date:21 Oct 2005
Accession No:241744
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1981
Determination History: Tephrosia rugelii Shuttlew. ex B. L. Rob.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: University of South Florida Ecological Research Area, NE of campus.
Habitat:Dry pineland.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:A. King 196
Date:08 Nov 1979
Accession No:151487
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, Sep 2007
Determination History: Tephrosia spicata (Walter) Torr. & A. Gray
Locality:USA. Florida. Manatee Co.: South Fork State Park. T33S, R21E, Sec. 12, NE¼ of NE¼ of SE¼.
Habitat:Open grassy area just before bottomland forest.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:E. Jensen SF0386
  with C. Becker
Date:12 Jul 2006
Accession No:244273
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Calhoun Co.: Blountstown; Sam Atkins Park at Greenway trailhead. 30º 26’ 59” N 85º 3’ 57” W
Description:Prostrate herb to 60 cm long; stem and fruit finely pubescens; leaflets with parallel straight nerves; flower deep red. Occasional
Habitat:Sandhill scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:T. MacClendon 807
  with K. MacClendon, B. Boothe
Date:04 Jul 2008
Accession No:246205
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Pasco Co.: 2.5 mi. NNW of Odessa. T26S, R17E, Sec. 9, SW¼ of NW¼.
Habitat:Ruderal.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:E. M. Ferguson 867
  with J.M. Kunzer
Date:17 Sep 2004
Accession No:250169
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Martin Co.: Jonathan Dickinson State Park. E of picnic area.
Habitat:Sandhills.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:R. O. Woodbury s.n.
  with R. Roberts
Date:Aug 1988
Accession No:257357
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: At Corinth Church by cemetery, NE of the junction of County Line Road and West Bereah Road. 27º 38’ 56” N 81º 37’ 8” W
Description:Stem reddish purple, sometimes only above, internodes much longer than longest leaf; leaflet 1-4-) 5 (-7), mainly 5, very broadly ovate-rounded, apex rounded, often emarginate, glabrous above, densely appressed white sericeous bellow; legumes strait, purple-red, rather flat, finely pilose. 
Habitat:Open, sandy, but very grassy area; with Berlandiera, Palavoxia integrifolia, Galactia, Asclepias humistrata, A. tuberosa, Scutellaria, Opuntia, Polygala violacea, Zornia bracteata, and Commelina erecta.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5435a
Date:28 Jun 2008
Accession No:257543
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: W side of US 98 N of Lakeland. 28º 10’ 12” N 81º 58’ 50” W
Description:Narrow leaf form. 
Habitat:Sandy hill (an odd remnant site), with Paronychia baldwinii.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5155b
Date:25 Aug 2002
Accession No:257538
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: W side of US 98, N of Lakeland. 28º 10’ 12” N 81º 58’ 50” W
Habitat:High, open edge of old xeric woods, on fine light gray sand.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5695
Date:25 Jul 2009
Accession No:257534
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: SW corner of US 27 and Highland Avenue, just N of FL 50 at Clermont. 28º 33’ 0” N 81º 44’ 34” W
Description:A couple of plants at this site had one leaf with 9 leaflets, but all plants had leaflets which were glabrous above, the typical type found throughout much of Florida, excluding the southern Lake Wales Ridge. 
Habitat:Vacant, disturbed field with a number of sandhill herbs.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5475
Date:07 Aug 2008
Accession No:257546
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: SW corner of US 27 and Highland Avenue, just N of FL 50 at Clermont. 28º 33’ 0” N 81º 44’ 34” W
Description:A couple of plants at this site had one leaf with 9 leaflets, but all plants had leaflets which were glabrous above, the typical type found throughout much of Florida, excluding the southern Lake Wales Ridge. 
Habitat:Vacant, disturbed field with a number of sandhill herbs.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5462
Date:07 Aug 2008
Accession No:257545
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Ca. 100 m N on Dade Avenue from the NE corner of the intersection of FL 50 and (Fort) Dade Avenue, W of Brooksville. 28º 32’ 30” N 82º 27’ 39” W
Description:Turkey oak [Quercus laevis] - longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] rich sandhill, with Commelina erecta, Schizachyrium niveum, Chrysopsis (a bushy perennial with clasping pubescent leaves and silky stems), Asimina obovata, A. pygmea, and A. xcolorata (A. obovata x A. pygmea). 
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5159d
Date:25 Aug 2002
Accession No:257540
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: W side of US 98, just S of FL 50, N of Dade City. 28º 30’ 17” N 82º 10’ 16” W
Habitat:Low, open sand of former sandhill site.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5716
Date:24 Aug 2009
Accession No:257533
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: 0.82 mi. W of C-635 along S side of Vaughn Road, 1.76 mi. S of Hammock Road, W of Sebring. 27º 26’ 42” N 81º 31’ 42” W
Description:Typical form. 
Habitat:Small, open, sandy area in xeric oak woods, with abundant Lechea sp.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5670
Date:28 Jun 2009
Accession No:257536
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: S side of East Stagecoach Trace, ca. 0.5 mi. W of South Turner Avenue, NE of Brooksville. 28º 42’ 29” N 82º 20’ 43” W
Description:Typical form. Frequent
Habitat:Open sand edge of old sandhill.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5723
Date:24 Aug 2009
Accession No:257532
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: NW corner of 50th Street and University of South Florida Elm Drive, Temple Terrace, University of South Florida campus. 28º 3’ 38” N 82º 24’ 8” W
Habitat:Old sandhill on very fine beige-colored sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5734
Date:08 Sep 2009
Accession No:257531
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Hardee Co.: NW corner of FL 66 and Oak Hill Ranch Road, E of Zolfo Springs. 27º 27’ 13” N 81º 38’ 28” W
Habitat:Xeric upland ledge on very fine, buff-colored sand, with Opuntia, Stylisma villosa, Lechea, Arnoglossum, Stillingi, Polygonella robusta, and Commelina erecta.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5541a
Date:03 Oct 2008
Accession No:257550
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Charlotte Co.: SE corner of Washington Loop Road and Three Rivers Road, near Shell Creek, E of Cleveland. 26º 59’ 38” N 81º 56’ 9” W
Habitat:Frequent in sandy opening on edge of small, low sandhill area with turkey oaks [Quercus laevis], Pityopsis, Licania, Chrysopsis scabrella, and Galactia.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5551
Date:11 Oct 2008
Accession No:257484
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: Rima Ridge Road, N of Indian Lake Road. 29º 9’ 55” N 81º 9’ 39” W
Habitat:Open edge of marginal sandhill planted in sand pine [Pinus clausa], with Arnoglossum floridanum and a few other sandhill herbs.
Reproductive State:Bud, Immature Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5692
Date:13 Jul 2009
Accession No:257537
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Osceola Co.: NW corner of the junction of Orange Blossom Trail (US 92) and Evergreen Street, E of the city of Kissimmee. 28º 15’ 27” N 81º 27’ 19” W
Habitat:Sandy woods, with Lechea divaricata, Liatris sp., Acalypha.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5218b
Date:06 Oct 2003
Accession No:257542
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: Bay Road, NE of Lake Weir, E of Bellview. 29º 2’ 18” N 81º 54’ 40” W
Description:No plants at this site with more than 7 leaflets per leaf, the typical type found throughout much of Florida excluding the southern Lake Wales Ridge. 
Habitat:Former sandhill invaded by sand pine [Pinus clausa].
Reproductive State:Bud, Immature Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5478
Date:07 Aug 2008
Accession No:257547
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Along W side of Walk-in-Water Road, NE of Frostproof. 27º 50’ 33” N 81º 26’ 55” W
Description:All leaves with a maximum of 7 leaflets, leaflet upper surface glabrous, variable in this area. 
Habitat:Open, sandy edge of old, low, intermediate sandhill (xeric oak).
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5496a
Date:21 Aug 2008
Accession No:257573
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of Walk-in-the-Water Road, Hesperides Tract, S of FL 60, E of Lake Wales. 27º 51’ 32” N 81º 26’ 50” W
Description:No leaves with more than 7 leaflets, leaflets wide, shiny, bright green. Abundant
Habitat:Sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub; forested area and in recently burned area.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5506
Date:03 Sep 2008
Accession No:257572
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: SE corner of US 27 and Mountain Lake Road, N of Lake Wales. 27º 55’ 25” N 81º 36’ 2” W
Habitat:Low sandhill with turkey oak [Quercus laevis] and bluejack oak [Q. incana].
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5515
Date:21 Sep 2008
Accession No:257571
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of Walk-in-the-Water Road, Hesperides Preserve, E of Lake Wales. 27º 51’ 34” N 81º 26’ 52” W
Habitat:Intermediate sandhill (xeric oak) invaded by sand pine [Pinus clausa] due to fire suppression.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5535
Date:25 Sep 2008
Accession No:257569
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: N side of US 17/92, a few mi. E of Davenport. 28º 11’ 47” N 81º 35’ 3” W
Habitat:Edge of high dune, tan colored sand.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5563
Date:18 Oct 2008
Accession No:257566
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E of campground on Schoolbus Road, ca. 100 yd. down trail to Lake Arbuckle, NE of Avon Park. 27º 40’ 49” N 81º 24’ 44” W
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5574
Date:29 Oct 2008
Accession No:257565
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: N side of Dog Yard Road off Walk-in-the-Water Road, E of Lake Wales. 27º 51’ 54” N 81º 27’ 15” W
Habitat:Old sandhill, light gray sand.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5537
Date:25 Sep 2008
Accession No:257568
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E on Lighter Knot Drive off Walk-in-the-Water Raod, NE of Frostproof. 27º 50’ 18” N 81º 26’ 39” W
Habitat:Low, wiregrass [Aristida stricta var. beyrichiana] - turkey oak [Quercus laevis] sandhills, with Clitoria fragrans and a variety of marginal sandhill species.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5534a
Date:25 Sep 2008
Accession No:257570
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Osceola Co.: Ca. 1 mi. SW of Yee Haw Junction off NW side of US 441. 27º 41’ 33” N 80º 54’ 3” W
Description:Leaflets bright green, broad, glabrous above, with a maximum of 5 per leaf. Abundant
Habitat:Along fence at open edge of low turkey oak [Quercus laevis] sandhill, with Asclepias tomentosa and Lechea divaricata.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5580
Date:30 Oct 2008
Accession No:257564
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. DeSoto Co.: NW corner of E end of NE Karson Street, N of Arcadia on US 17. 27º 19’ 19” N 81º 48’ 38” W
Habitat:Edge of xeric oak woods adjacent to open white sand scrub (recently cleared), with lots of Polygonella robusta, P. ciliata, and Stipulicida.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5544
Date:03 Oct 2008
Accession No:257567
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: S side of FL 316, 5.1 mi. W of Salt Springs. 29º 22’ 6” N 81º 48’ 22” W
Description:A rare form which continued to produce unifoliolat "seed" leaves along the entire length of its stems and branches; this specimena and some others at this site have typical Tephrosia chrysophylla morphology, however others are very pubescent, most with 7 or fewer leaflets, possibly a highly variable hybrid swarm of Tephrosia chrysophylla X T. mysteriosa; enigmatic populations like this one are not uncommon at disturbed sites, and this specimen may be a hybrid. 
Habitat:Disturbed, open, low sandy knoll; beige sand.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5938
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257754
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: S side of FL 316, 5.1 mi. W of Salt Springs. 29º 22’ 6” N 81º 48’ 22” W
Description:Many plants at this site with leaflets glabrous above, but some with leaflets either pale or tawny appressed antrorse pubescent above, most with 7 or fewer leaflets, many plants thus appear more similar to Tephrosia chrysophylla in general habit; probably a highly variable hybrid swarm of Tephrosia chrysophylla X T. mysteriosa; although this specimen looks like typical T. chrysophylla, it may actually be a hybrid or contain some hybrid genetics because it was found at this site. 
Habitat:Very small, disturbed, open, low sandy knoll; beige sand.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5937d
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257755
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: SW corner of 113th Street Road and Fisher Run Track (street sign possibly wrong) 29º 3’ 24” N 81º 53’ 8” W
Description:The typical type, which is unusually uncommon in area. 
Habitat:Extensive, disturbed sandhill on high ridge in lake region; subdivided with a moderate number of homes.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5960
Date:06 Jul 2010
Accession No:257707
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: E side of US 27 just N of Leesburg, S of Lady Lake. 28º 51’ 36” N 81º 54’ 10” W
Description:Typical type. 
Habitat:Open edge of high, overgrown sandhill; buff sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5776
Date:05 Nov 2009
Accession No:257718
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: E side of US 27. 28º 26’ 17” N 81º 42’ 49” W
Description:SSome leaves unusual, but none with more than 7 leaflets, and no leaflets with upper surfaces minutely pilose. 
Habitat:S end of a partially excavated, high clay hill, with lots of lichens, Balduina angustifolia, Dalea feayi, and Polygonella robusta.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5772a
Date:05 Nov 2009
Accession No:257723
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: W side of US 27, ca. 1 mi. S of its junction with N-bound Florida Turnpike. 28º 39’ 52” N 81º 51’ 9” W
Description:A few plants of the typical type. 
Habitat:Low, overgrown sandhill.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5774
Date:05 Nov 2009
Accession No:257721
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: E side of FL 19, ca. 1 mi. N of C-145, ca. 5 mi. N of Umatilla. 29º 3’ 5” N 81º 38’ 12” W
Description:Locally very abundant, a couple of plants with few leaves and 9 leaflets per leaf; upper surface of all leaflets glabrous; form of plants and leaflet shape somewhat atypical. 
Habitat:Roadside high sandhill, with Commelina erecta, Euphorbia exserta [E. gracilior], Berlandiera, Cuthbertia [Callisia], Tephrosia florida, and others; gray sand.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5926
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257753
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: SW corner of the junction of US 27 and University Avenue, S of Leesburg. 28º 43’ 28” N 81º 51’ 47” W
Description:Ca. 50 plants. 
Habitat:Grassy former sandhill, with Physlais, Asimina pygmea, Berlandiera subacaulis, Aster tortifolius [Sericocarpus tortifolius], and a few other sandhill herbs.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5924
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257752
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Ca. 0.25 mi. N of Johns Lake Road, just E of Friendship Road (between Magnolia Island Boulevard and Friendship Road). 28º 31’ 43” N 81º 41’ 6” W
Description:Spants seem intermediate, a few with pubescent upper leaflet surfaces, the upper surface drying bright green, consistent with Tephrosia chrysophylla. 
Habitat:Steep, overgrown turkey oak [Quercus laevis] barrens.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5904a
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257682
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Ca. 0.25 mi. N of Johns Lake Road, just E of Friendship Road (between Magnolia Island Boulevard and Friendship Road). 28º 31’ 43” N 81º 41’ 6” W
Description:Plants seem intermediate, more like Tephrosia chrysophylla, with a maximum of 7 leaflets per leaf; this particular specimen with pubescent upper leaflet surfaces, most other glabrous or glabrate. 
Habitat:Steep, overgrown turkey oak [Quercus laevis] barrens.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5906
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257756
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: SW corner of US 27 and Highland Avenue, just N of FL 50 at Clermont. 28º 33’ 0” N 81º 44’ 34” W
Description:A couple of plants at this site had 1 leaf with 9 leaflets, but all were glabrous above, with whitish stem pubescence, and unusually yellowish unexpanded flower buds; otherwise a typical example of the species. 
Habitat:Open field, former sandhill; a rather floristically rich, semi-urban site.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5954
Date:6 Jul 2010
Accession No:257705
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: E side of US 27, just S of Lady Lake. 28º 53’ 36” N 81º 54’ 26” W
Description:Typical type. 
Habitat:Open, orange clay - sand field with several other sandhill species.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5955
Date:06 Jul 2010
Accession No:257706
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: 28º 34’ 39” N 81º 42’ 52” W
Description:Robust plants occasional in area, plant color somewhat similar to Tephrosia mysteriosa; leaflets 7 or less per leaf, glabrous above. 
Habitat:Long-since cleared sandhill, ruderal with rows of planted slash pines [Pinus elliottii].
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5832
Date:25 Apr 2010
Accession No:257717
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: W side of US 27, ca. 5 mi. S of Turnpike, N of Clermont. 28º 38’ 22” N 81º 47’ 35” W
Description:Typical type. 
Habitat:High slope of overgrown sandhill.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5790
Date:12 Nov 2009
Accession No:257716
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: S side of curve on US 98, 11 mi. W of US 27, Lake Henry Ridge. 27º 44’ 3” N 81º 43’ 39” W
Description:Leaflets bright green, glabrous, broadly obovate, maximum 7 leaflets per leaf. 
Habitat:Very small remnant sandhill, ca. 0.25 acre (virtually no sandhill remaining on this ridge), with Solidago tortifolia, Chrysopsis linearifolia subsp. dressii, Polygala violacea, Berlandiera subacaulis, Lupinus diffusus, Zornia, Galactia, and Piriqueta.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5941
Date:02 Jul 2010
Accession No:257703
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Gandy Cemetery. 27º 54’ 56” N 81º 46’ 59” W
Description:Ca. 20 plants, all with a maximum of 5 leaflets. 
Habitat:Former sandhill.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5843
Date:30 Apr 2010
Accession No:257714
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of US 27, just N of Frederick Avenue, between Dundee and Lake Hamilton. 28º 1’ 51” N 81º 38’ 6” W
Description:Only ca. 20 plants; stem pubescence pale; leaflets 5-7, bright green above. 
Habitat:Sandy opening near road on the edge of low, overgrown xeric oak [thicket].
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5898
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257711
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of US 27, ca. 0.25 mi. S of its junction with US 192. 28º 20’ 27” N 81º 40’ 19” W
Description:Moderately typical except for color of leaflets, which are a bit olive; leaflets 5-7, upper surface glabrous, lower surface and stems golden sericeous; possibly a weakly intermediate form resulting from introgression. 
Habitat:Crest of small hill along edge of previously cleared sandhill site.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5900
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257709
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Orange Co.: NE corner of the junction of US 192 and Bali Boulevard. 28º 20’ 52” N 81º 39’ 22” W
Description:Only a few plants. 
Habitat:Edge of low overgrown sandhill.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5902
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257700
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of US 27, ca. 0.25 mi. S of its junction with US 192. 28º 20’ 27” N 81º 40’ 19” W
Description:Few plants. 
Habitat:Along edge of recently cleared sandhill; yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5770a
Date:05 Nov 2009
Accession No:257810
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, Apr 2011
Determination History: Tephrosia carpenteri (Rydb.) Killip
Locality:USA. Florida. Leon Co.: 3 mi. S of US 27 on Capitol Circle, Tallahassee. 30º 23’ 22” N 84º 14’ 7” W
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 2092
Date:25 May 1995
Accession No:257811
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, Apr 2011
Determination History: Tephrosia carpenteri (Rydb.) Killip
Locality:USA. Florida. Holmes Co.: Along powerline right-of-way on W oside of C-177 (Geneva Highway), N of Bonifay, near the Georgia state line.
Description:Atypical habit, with the leaflets unusually golden-pubescent below. 
Habitat:With Tragia smallii (?).
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 2091
Date:20 May 1995
Accession No:257812
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, Apr 2011
Determination History: Tephrosia carpenteri (Rydb.) Killip
Locality:USA. Florida. Holmes Co.: W side of C-177, ca. 0.6 mi. N of FL 2. 30º 57’ 31” N 85º 44’ 40” W
Description:Locally abundant near road, not yet flowering; upper stems reddish; some plants with a few leaves with 9 leaflets; young leaves coppery, veins often reddish (drying tan, brownish, or reddish), the leaflets mostly rather narrowly elliptic or obelliptic [?], occasionally pale antrorsely strigose (puberulent) above, the apices sometimes retuse. 
Habitat:Widely maintained powerline corridor, with dense clay-sand substrate.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5889a
Date:17 May 2010
Accession No:257814
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Brevard Co.: Indian Mound Station Sanctuary (Brevard County preserve); ca. 0.3 mi. SE of the junction of Parrish Road and Holder Road. 28º 39’ N 80º 51’ 29” W
Description:Planar form, growing appressed to sand. 
Habitat:Small sandy openings in fire maintained, white sand scrub; with Serenoa repens, Quercus myrtifolia, and Q. geminata.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:R. Chicone 909
  with L. Penney
Date:21 Oct 2012
Accession No:266104
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Taylor Co.: Steinhatchee Wellfield; 1.2 km W of FL 51, 2.5 km N of Steinhatchee. 29º 41’ 56” N 83º 22’ 16” W
Description:Prostrate; exterior of corolla red. 
Habitat:Scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. R. Franck 3618
  with P.J. Simoes
Date:28 Sep 2014
Accession No:276125
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: University of South Florida Ecological Research Area. Ca. 66 m N of the junction of Fletcher Avenue (C-582A) and 56th Street (FL 583); ca. 169 m ENE of W gate; from main E-W dirt road, ca. 108 m S on fire break that runs N-S between the E side of 1W and W sides of 2W and CW burn plots, then ca. 70 m W into the E side of 1W burn plot. 28º 4’ 11” N 82º 23’ 38” W
Description:Procumbent legume; flowers peachy-pink. 
Habitat:Sandhill, with longleaf pine [Pinus palustris], turkey oak [Quercus laevis], and wiregrass [Aristida stricta].
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. C. Schmidt 73
Date:18 Sep 2001
Accession No:283865
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: University of South Florida Ecological Research Area. Ca. 66 m N of the junction of Fletcher Avenue (C-582A) and 56th Street (FL 583); ca. 169 m ENE of W gate; from main E-W dirt road, ca. 108 m S on fire break that runs N-S between the E side of 1W and W sides of 2W and CW burn plots, then ca. 70 m W into the E side of 1W burn plot. 28º 4’ 11” N 82º 23’ 38” W
Description:Procumbent legume; flowers peachy-pink. 
Habitat:Sandhill, with longleaf pine [Pinus palustris], turkey oak [Quercus laevis], and wiregrass [Aristida stricta].
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. C. Schmidt 72
Date:18 Sep 2001
Accession No:283866
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Fish Hawk Nature Preserve, Lithia. 27º 49’ 46” N 82º 14’ 36” W
Habitat:Phase 3 sandhill restoration area.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:S. Dickman s.n.
Date:26 Jul 2012
Accession No:287175
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Mississippi. Forrest Co.: Junction of MS 13 and US 49.
Description:Frequent. 
Habitat:Openings in upland sandy woods.
Collector:K. E. Rogers 8379
Date:25 Jun 1972
Accession No:107826
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: J. M. Kunzer, 2000
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: Ocala; at 110 NW 70th Avenue.
Description:Prostrate forb to 4 dm long. Uncommon
Habitat:In neglected front yard of semi-rural dwelling; with Quercus laevis, Prunus serotina, Desmodium sp., Indigofera caroliniana.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:J. M. Kunzer 360
Date:02 Jul 2000
Accession No:239304
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Leon Co.: Vicinity [of] Tallahassee.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:D. Laker s.n.
Date:17 Jul 1966
Accession No:89221
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, 1967
Determination History: Tephrosia spicata (Walter) Torr. & A. Gray - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, 1966
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Tampa. W of 30th Street N between Fowler and Fletcher Avenues.
Description:Prostrate, fan-fashion. 
Habitat:Mostly undisturbed sandhill vegetation, with longleaf pine [Pinus palustris], turkey oak [Quercus laevis], and bluejack oak [Q. incana], and with thickets of young live oak [Q. virginiana]; ground cover of native plants.
Reproductive State:Bud, Fruit
Collector:O. K. Lakela 30253
Date:25 Sep 1966
Accession No:76468
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, 1961
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Tampa. W of 30th Street N of Fletcher Avenue, just N of University of South Florida Campus.
Habitat:In deep beds of needles of longleaf pine [Pinus palustris].
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:O. K. Lakela 24536
Date:20 Aug 1961
Accession No:45957
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: O. K. Lakela
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Venus. Indian Mound.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:J. K. Small s.n.
Date:May 1928
Accession No:17691
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