Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (10) Download

Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: B. E. Wofford, 24-May-1967
Locality:Florida, Gadsden Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Fruits lie on the ground; capsules obovate, emarginate. Abundant
Habitat:Beech [Fagus grandifolia] - Magnolia woods on slope above floodplain.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Notes:Sheet 1 of 2.
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 55340
  with H. Kurz, S. Clawson, L. Williams
Date:14 Feb 1957
Accession No:36638
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: B. E. Wofford, 24-May-1967
Locality:Florida, Gadsden Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Fruits lie on the ground; capsules obovate, emarginate. Abundant
Habitat:Beech [Fagus grandifolia] - Magnolia woods on slope above floodplain.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Notes:Sheet 2 of 2.
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 55340
  with H. Kurz, S. Clawson, L. Williams
Date:14 Feb 1957
Accession No:1557
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: B. E. Wofford, 24-May-1967
Locality:Florida, Gadsden Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Flowers erect; tepals yellow when young, with several to numerous longitudinal brownish red spots on lower half of the inner surfaces, tepals within and without becoming brownish red striated and more or less suffused with brownish red as they age, outer tepals recurve so that their tips cross each other and the peduncle; fruits lie on the ground, they are broadly obovate, emarginate 
Habitat:Rich wood; bluff along river.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 56230
Date:04 Mar 1958
Accession No:36639
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: B. E. Wofford, 24-May-1967
Determination History: Erythronium americanum Ker Gawl.
Locality:Florida, Gadsden Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Flowers erect; tepals yellow when young, with several to numerous longitudinal brownish red spots on lower half of the inner surfaces, tepals within and without becoming brownish red striated and more or less suffused with brownish red as they age, outer tepals recurve so that their tips cross each other and the peduncle; fruits lie on the ground, they are broadly obovate, emarginate 
Habitat:Rich wood; bluff along river.
Reproductive State:Flower
Notes:Sheet 2 of 2.
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 56230
Date:04 Mar 1958
Accession No:79093
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin
Locality:Florida, Gadsden Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Rich mesic hardwood - pine ravine/slope forest; black clayey soil with limestone near surface. Soils - Cuthbert, Boswell, and Susquehanna (Hapludults).
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Elevation:80 to 140 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 16001
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:24 Feb 1991
Accession No:216531
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin
Locality:Florida, Gadsden Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Flowers rich yellow on face, suffused with reddish brown on back. 
Habitat:In humus of rich woods along stream.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. S. Correll 53279
  with H.B. Correll, R.K. Godfrey, A. Gholson
Date:14 Feb 1982
Accession No:162342
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: B. E. Wofford, 24 May 1967
Determination History: Erythronium americanum Ker Gawl. - Determined By: P. O. Schallert
Locality:USA. North Carolina. Stokes Co.: Cascades.
Habitat:Rocky woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:P. O. Schallert 654105
Date:15 Mar 1936
Accession No:31971
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: B. E. Wofford, 24-May-1967
Determination History: Erythronium americanum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. North Carolina. Orange Co.: New Hope Cr., ca. 3 mi. SE Blackwood.
Habitat:Steep, rocky bank.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:P. Kessler s.n.
Date:18 Mar 1954
Accession No:44742
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: B. E. Wofford, 24-May-1967
Determination History: Erythronium americanum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. North Carolina. Henderson Co.: 3 mi. N of Mills River.
Habitat:Oak woods slope.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 982
Date:17 Apr 1952
Accession No:1559
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Family Name:Liliaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Erythronium umbilicatum C.Parks & Hardin - Determined By: C. vanHoek, 2016
Locality:USA. Georgia. De Kalb Co.: Foot of Mt. Arabia.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:M. L. Gilbert 4626
Date:18 Apr 1964
Accession No:289716
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