Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (3) Download

Family Name:Onagraceae
Currently Accepted Name:ISOTYPE of  Ludwigia ravenii C. I. Peng - Determined By: C. I. Peng, 1984
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Berkeley Co.: 0.1-0.2 mi. SW of the junction of C-16 and C-6, on C-16 W of Moncks Corner.
Description:Plants scattered. 
Habitat:In roadside sedgy, sandy ditch; on loam which is densely covered by Sphagnum subsecundatum; associated with plants of Cyperus, Xyris, Eriocaulon, Paspalum, Panicum, Hypericum, Polygonum, Rhexia, Liatris, Eupatorium, Ludwigia linearis, L. hirtella.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit, Fruit
Collector:C. I. Peng 4402
Date:09 Sep 1982
Accession No:189521

Family Name:Onagraceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Ludwigia ravenii C. I. Peng - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, 1986
Determination History: Ludwigia pilosa Walter
Locality:USA. Florida. Clay Co.: Ca. 5 mi. W of Penney Farms.
Habitat:Shaded creek in pine woodland.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:P. H. Raven 18690
Date:19 Aug 1963
Accession No:101031

Family Name:Onagraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ludwigia ravenii C. I. Peng
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Clarendon Co.: Monkey Bay Creek, ca. 0.2 mi. E of SC 373; 0.7 mi. S of junction SC 127; 2.0 mi. S of bridge over I-95; 2.7 mi. S of junction US 301 at Saint Paul; Monkey Bay; Saint Paul. 33º 32’ 20” N 80º 22’ 42” W
Habitat:Extensive depression pond; depression meadow at headwaters.
Collector:S. L. Orzell 24880
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:10 Jul 1996
Accession No:252735

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