Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (4) Download

Family Name:Malvaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Malvastrum americanum (L.) Torr. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, 2011
Locality:USA. Illinois. Champaign Co.: Illinois Natural History Survey greenhouse, Pennsylvania Avenue at 6th Street, S side of Natural Resources Building , University of Illinois campus, Champaign. 40º N 88º W
Description:Cultivated herb 1-1.5 m tall; flowers yellow. 
Habitat:Cultivated in greenhouse.
Elevation:760 ft
Notes:CULTIVATED. Second generation plant from seeds collected in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Collector:S. R. Hill 38616
Date:06 May 2011
Accession No:267034
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Family Name:Malvaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Malvastrum americanum (L.) Torr. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, 2013
Locality:USA. Illinois. Champaign Co.: Eddie Albert Gardens, Dodds Park, Parkland Way, W of Mattis Avenue and E of Parkland College, Champaign; at S side of municipal water facility; coordinate datum WGS84/NAD83; Rising, 7.5 min. quadrangle. 40º 8’ 3” N 88º 16’ 48” W
Description:Herb 2 m tall, flowers yellow-orange. 
Habitat:Alkaline organically-rich clay; garden plot.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:748 ft
Notes:CULTIVATED. Seeds originally from Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
Collector:S. R. Hill 39318
Date:11 Oct 2013
Accession No:288437
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Family Name:Malvaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Malvastrum americanum (L.) Torr. - Determined By: A. H. Liogier, 1970
Locality:Dominican Republic. Peravia Prov. La Tabla, BanĂ­.
Description:Herbaceous, erect, 50-60 cm high; flowers yellow. 
Habitat:In waste grounds.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:80 m
Collector:A. H. Liogier 17551
Date:10 Oct 1970
Accession No:185458
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Family Name:Malvaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Malvastrum americanum (L.) Torr. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, Feb 1997
Locality:Dominica. St. Peter Par.: Gueule Lion Point, 0.6 km N of Coulibistre, roadside, coastal road. 15º 27’ 40” N 61º 28’ 0” W
Description:Flowers pale orange; very local infrequent herb 2.5 m tall; branching mostly 1 m from base; 2 large plants seen. 
Habitat:Dry forest; possible influence of coral debris in volcanic cliff.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. R. Hill 28961
  with L. R. Phillippe
Date:26 Feb 1997
Accession No:224369
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