Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (5) Download

Family Name:Vitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: M. O. Moore, 1990
Determination History: Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: D. J. Rogers, May 1980
Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: R. K. Godfrey
Locality:USA. Florida. Leon Co.: 5 mi. E of Tallahassee.
Description:Abundant vine on fences, shrubs, and in trees. 
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 53315
Date:27 May 1955
Accession No:3301
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Family Name:Vitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: M. O. Moore, 1990
Determination History: Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: D. J. Rogers, May 1980
Vitis vulpina L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Annuttalagga Hammock area, of US 98.
Description:Vigorous vine, over Viburnum shrubs. 
Habitat:Road margin.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:O. K. Lakela 26966
Date:08 Apr 1964
Accession No:59614
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Family Name:Violaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: M. O. Moore, 1990
Determination History: Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: D. J. Rogers, May 1980
Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1977
Locality:USA. Florida. Dixie Co.: Cross City.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. K. Small s.n.
Date:25 Apr 1921
Accession No:17253
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Family Name:Vitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: M. O. Moore, 1990
Determination History: Vitis vulpina L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Large quarry along C-491A, 0.4 mi. N of its junction with US 98, ca. 6.5 mi. NW of Brooksville. T21S, R19E, Sec. 20, NW¼ of SE¼.
Habitat:Weedy vegetation in old quarry.
Collector:B. F. Hansen 8968
  with J. Beckner, D.W. Hall
Date:06 Nov 1981
Accession No:159599
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Family Name:Vitaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Vitis vulpina L. - Determined By: L. C. Anderson
Locality:USA. Florida. Calhoun Co.: St. Rose; Ocheessee Landing at the Apalachicola River. 30º 34’ 54” N 84º 57’ 55” W
Description:Locally uncommon (= 1) herbaceous vine; tendrils 2-branched; both leaf surfaces glabrate with trichomes along veins, the leaf apex acute. 
Habitat:Along riverside trail.
Collector:T. MacClendon 1390
  with K. MacClendon, L.C. Anderson
Date:03 Oct 2014
Accession No:276405
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