Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (33) Download

Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Pasco Co.: Along C-54 near Elfers. T26S, R16E, Sec. 21.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:V. Ducey 26
Date:22 Apr 1964
Accession No:198602
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Pasco Co.: C-54 near Elfers. T26S, R16E, Sec. 21.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:V. Ducey 26
Date:22 Apr 1964
Accession No:198664
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Santa Rosa Co.: Blackwater River State Forest. 17 mi. NE of Milton.
Description:Low shrub; flowers white. 
Habitat:Open pine woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. Darwin 2578
  with E. Sundell
Date:30 Jun 1983
Accession No:191609
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Santa Rosa Co.: Blackwater River State Forest. 17 mi. NE of Milton.
Description:Low shrub ca. 2 ft. tall; fruits green, turning reddish. 
Habitat:Open pine woods.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:S. Darwin 2577
  with E. Sundell
Date:30 Jun 1983
Accession No:191602
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Okaloosa Co.: At the NE edge of Crestview, along Red Wash Creek. T3N, R23W, Sec. 7, SE¼ of NE¼.
Habitat:S-facing slope.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:G. Wilhelm 11472
Date:18 May 1983
Accession No:181198
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: Mt. Plymouth.
Habitat:Oak forest.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. F. Daubenmire s.n.
  with J. Daubenmire
Date:15 Feb 1976
Accession No:175365
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1984
Determination History: Ceanothus intermedius Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Pinellas Co.: W of Safety Harbor.
Description:Red root; white flower color. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. T. Reed s.n.
Date:18 Nov 1963
Accession No:175812
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Pasco Co.: Along FL 54 near Elfers. T26S, R16E, Sec. 21.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:V. Ducey 26
Date:22 Apr 1964
Accession No:198829
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Wakulla Co.:
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:M. Kuck 107
Date:s.d.
Accession No:175491
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Alachua Co.: 1.5 mi. W of I-75 on C-236.
Habitat:Disturbed turkey oak [Quercus laevis] woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 8997
  with J. Beckner
Date:10 May 1981
Accession No:157829
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. intermedius (Pursh) Torr. & A. Gray
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: Ca. 0.2 mi. E of BM 52, S of Tishler Pond. T14S, R24E, Sec. 34.
Description:Infrequent. 
Habitat:Turkey oak [Quercus laevis] with young slash pine [Pinus elliottii]; very thick leaf litter and Aristida.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. L. Martin 544
  with S.T. Cooper
Date:09 May 1975
Accession No:122890
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. pitcheri Torr. & A. Gray
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: NW of Haines City off US 27.
Description:Frequent. 
Habitat:Sandy ridge between groves; pinelands interspersed with bluejack oaks [Quercus incana] and palmetto.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:O. K. Lakela 25101
  with H.S. Conard
Date:26 May 1962
Accession No:47772
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. pitcheri Torr. & A. Gray
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Between Lakes Lindsey and Simmons.
Description:Flowers white; subshrub to 5 dm. 
Habitat:Sandhills with Quercus laevis scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 6000
  with C.E. Wood, Jr., K.A. Wilson
Date:24 Apr 1958
Accession No:3286
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Along the E side of Walter Hunter Road, ca. 0.25 mi. N of Jamerson Road (NE of Picnic). T31S, R22E, Sec. 10.
Habitat:In association with Quercus laurifolia, Q. nigra, Q. chapmanii, Prunus serotina, Diospyros virginiana, Amorpha fruticosa, Vitis aestivalis, and Gelsemium sempervirens in dry sandy soil of fencerow.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A.G. Shuey 2474
Date:10 Apr 1981
Accession No:157706
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: W side of US 41, N of Chinsegut National Wildlife Refuge; a few mi. N of Brooksville.
Habitat:Vegetation uncut; an association of colorful wild flowers.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:F. Almeda 2502
  with O. Lakela
Date:27 May 1974
Accession No:111215
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Okaloosa Co.: 1-3 mi. W of FL 85 along Rattlesnake Bluff Road, 1 mi. S of Shoal River.
Habitat:Dry longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] sandhill.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. F. Clewell 6228
Date:06 Aug 2000
Accession No:261049
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Madison Co.: S side of I-10, ca. 1.7 mi. E of rest area and 1.7 mi. W of Suwannee River bridge and the Suwannee County line, at Milepost 266.8, ca. 0.3 mi. W of River Road overpass bridge. T1S, R11E, Sec. 33, NW¼ of NE¼.
Habitat:Burned, grazed longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] - turkey oak [Quercus laevis] sandhill. Soils - Alpin (Typic Quartzipsamments).
Reproductive State:Bud, Fruit
Collector:S. L. Orzell 20225
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:10 Jul 1992
Accession No:239802
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. intermedius (Pursh) Torr. & A. Gray - Determined By: R. K. Godfrey
Locality:USA. Florida. Leon Co.: Ca. 6 mi. SW of Tallahassee.
Habitat:Longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] - scrub oak sand ridge.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 53347
Date:31 May 1955
Accession No:3288
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. pitcheri Torr. & A. Gray
Locality:USA. Florida. Gilchrist Co.: 5 mi. W of Fort White.
Description:Shrub 60 cm high, herbaceous from slender, loosely branched woody base; flowers white. 
Habitat:Oak ridge.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. R. Cooley 8121
  with L.J. Brass
Date:27 Apr 1961
Accession No:43163
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. intermedius (Pursh) Torr. & A. Gray - Determined By: O. K. Lakela
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: 4 mi. E of Hopewell. T30S, R22E, Sec. 9.
Habitat:Wooded roadside.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:M. Hudson s.n.
Date:14 May 1961
Accession No:43248
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, 1996
Determination History: Ceanothus serpyllifolius Nutt.
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: Near Seville.
Habitat:Bushy hillside rising from swamp.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. H. Curtiss 6689
Date:17 Jul 1900
Accession No:215820
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus intermedius Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Liberty Co.: Torreya State Park.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. H. Beck 486
Date:18 May 1949
Accession No:12149
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. intermedius (Pursh) Torr. & A. Gray - Determined By: R. K. Godfrey
Locality:USA. Florida. Wakulla Co.: Medart.
Habitat:Pine flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 53337
Date:29 May 1955
Accession No:3287
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. var. intermedius (Pursh) Torr. & A. Gray - Determined By: N. C. Hend.
Locality:USA. Florida. Wakulla Co.: Near Wakulla Springs.
Habitat:Sandy fallow field.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 57047
Date:10 Jun 1958
Accession No:5573
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: R. L. Wilbur, Nov 2000
Locality:USA. Florida. Jefferson Co.: Along US 27 on St. Joe Paper Company land; E of Tallahassee, a few miles past the Chaires Crossroads; the last dirt road turnoff before the bridge over Burnt Mill Creek; 1-2 mi. down the road.
Description:Sprawling, weak-stemmed shrub to 0.5 m high; flowers white with spoon-shaped petals; flowers seem to attract love bugs [Plecia]. 
Habitat:Scrubby, sandy area, ground slightly low with a few palmettoes.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:M. Whitson 1128
  with J. Whitson
Date:26 May 1997
Accession No:229366
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus intermedius Pursh - Determined By: D. B. Ward
Locality:USA. Florida. Okaloosa Co.: Eglin Air Force Reservation. Above Blue Spring, 200 yards N of Road 213, 1 mi. E of Road 220, ca. 8.5 mi. NNE of Niceville. T2N, R22W, Sec. 28?
Description:Flowers white; small shrubby plant; very infrequent. 
Habitat:Dry longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] - live oak [Quercus virginiana] woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. B. Ward 5983
  with C. Chapman
Date:24 Aug 1966
Accession No:103328
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: Fort Cooper State Park.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:N. L. Mawhinney 164
Date:01 Jun 1983
Accession No:172235
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Walton Co.: At Mossy Head, off the N side of US 90, S of Boggy Branch. T3N, R21W, Sec. 22, S½, near center.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:G. Wilhelm 10057
Date:29 May 1982
Accession No:169789
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Suwannee Co.: Ichetucknee Springs State Park. 6 mi. NW of Fort White off of C-238; ca. 0.9 mi. SW of N entrance in N half of section 2B. T6S, R15E, Sec. 12.
Description:Shrub; ca. 30 cm tall; flowers white; fruit trilobed; occasional. 
Habitat:Sandhill; with Pteridium aquilinum, Quercus laevis, Q. margaretta, and Diospyros virginiana.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:B. J. Herring 240
  with D. Herring
Date:25 May 1991
Accession No:211224
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1988
Determination History: Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: R. K. Godfrey
Locality:USA. Florida. Leon Co.: 8 mi. NE of Tallahassee.
Description:Shrub, ca. 6 dm tall. 
Habitat:Upland pine woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 53261
Date:06 May 1955
Accession No:3289
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L. - Determined By: G. Nelson, 24-Aug-2013
Locality:USA. Florida. Calhoun Co.: Glory Hill: Bailey Cemetery Road off FL 73. 30º 29’ 21” N 85º 10’ 34” W
Description:Locally infrequent (= 1 patch), erect herb to 40 cm; leaves tipped with a gland on each marginal serration, the veins pubescent; flowres white. 
Habitat:Xeric flat second growth scrubby sandhills.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:T. MacClendon 1312
  with K. MacClendon, T. Clemons, E. Rogers
Date:22 Aug 2013
Accession No:270422
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Okaloosa Co.: Blackwater River State Forest. North Campground, Hurricane Lake.
Description:Shrub, tstems spreading, to 1 m tall, to 6 mm thick at base; flowers white. 
Habitat:Disturbed Pinus palustris sandhill.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. Herndon 1940
Date:29 May 1988
Accession No:287523
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Family Name:Rhamnaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Ceanothus americanus L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Scott Lake.
Habitat:Live oak [Quercus virginiana] area.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. F. Caudle 1405
  with M.L. Gilbert, M.S. Tisdale
Date:30 Jul 1962
Accession No:287351
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