Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (6) Download

Family Name:Clusiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Hypericum frondosum Michx.
Locality:USA. Florida. Gadsden Co.: Chattahoochee Nature Park, Morgan Avenue, Chattahoochee.
Description:Occasional shrub, 0.5 m tall. 
Habitat:Mesic forest along a small stream, limestone.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:W. S. Judd 3073
  with A. Gholson
Date:10 Oct 1998
Accession No:165617
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Family Name:Clusiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Hypericum frondosum Michx. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, 2002
Locality:USA. Illinois. Champaign Co.: Research garden at private residence; 1411 Winding Lane. T19N, R8E, Sec. 1, SE¼ of NE¼ of SE¼ of SW¼. 40º 7’ 47” N 88º 14’ 55” W
Description:Flowers golden-yellow, showy, visited by bumblebees; leaves slightly paler beneath, rounded, many-branched small shrub 0.5-1 m tall. 
Habitat:Garden soil, calcareous dark clay.
Elevation:757 ft
Notes:CULTIVATED. Source: Tennessee: E side of US 41, 0.6 mi. N of Rutherford County Route 266, Smyrna [Hill 30680].
Collector:S. R. Hill 34815
Date:06 Jul 2002
Accession No:276253
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Family Name:Hypericaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Hypericum frondosum Michx.
Locality:USA. North Carolina. Ashe Co.: Near NC 194; Helton.
Habitat:Bog.
Reproductive State:Bud, Immature Fruit
Collector:A. E. Radford 28639
Date:01 Aug 1958
Accession No:44208
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Family Name:Hypericaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Hypericum frondosum Michx. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, Nov 1999
Locality:USA. Illinois. Champaign Co.: Champaign; private residence; 1411 Winding Lane.
Description:Petals and stames yellow; pistil yellow turning reddish-orange; Leaves glaucous beanath; Shrublet 0.4 m tall. 
Habitat:Outdoor gardens; and greenhouse.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. R. Hill 31861
Date:01 Jul 1999
Accession No:279511
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Family Name:Hypericaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Hypericum frondosum Michx. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, 2001
Locality:USA. Illinois. Champaign Co.: 1411 Winding Lane; private residence; Source; Tennessee E side of US 41; 0.6 mi. N of Rutherford County Route 266 and 3.8 mi. N of Route 102; Smyrna 40º 7’ 47” N 88º 14’ 55” W
Description:Small shrub 0.5-0.7 m tall; bushy-branched; leaves glaucous below; fruits dry; opened; leaves beginning to senesce. 
Habitat:Research planting; Dark moist humus-rich calcareous clay.
Reproductive State:Bud, Fruit
Elevation:760 ft
Collector:S. R. Hill 34448
Date:18 Nov 2001
Accession No:268019
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Family Name:Hypericaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Hypericum frondosum Michx. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, Oct 1998
Locality:USA. Tennessee. Rutherford Co.: E side US 41; 0.6 mi. N of C-266 and 3.8 mi. N of Route 102; Smyrna.
Description:Low shrubby perennial to 0.5 m tall; leaves very glaucous beneath; occasional. 
Habitat:Cedar glade (Juniperus virginiana); being cleared; Thin clay over dolomitic limestone.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit, Fruit
Collector:S. R. Hill 30680
Date:19 Aug 1998
Accession No:278040
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