Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (4) Download

Family Name:Asteraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Rudbeckia fulgida Aiton - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1976
Determination History: Rudbeckia foliosa F. E. Boynton & Beadle
Locality:USA. Florida. Wakulla Co.: 2 mi. N of St. Marks, FL 30.
Description:Rays yellow-orange, 8–10(–13); heads 2.3–4.0 cm in diameter including rays. 
Habitat:Low places along highway at margin of pine - oak woodland; sandy soil.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. E. Perdue 1661
Date:03 Sep 1954
Accession No:63094
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Family Name:Asteraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Rudbeckia fulgida Aiton
Locality:USA. Florida. Wakulla Co.: St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.
Description:Tight, large perennial clumps. 
Habitat:Pine flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 56127
Date:05 Oct 1957
Accession No:36666
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Family Name:Asteraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Rudbeckia fulgida Aiton
Locality:USA. Florida. Gadsden Co.: E side of Chattahoochee.
Habitat:Moist clay loam at edge of loblolly pine [Pinus taeda] stand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:R. Kral 5906
  with R.K. Godfrey
Date:27 Sep 1957
Accession No:36533
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Family Name:Asteraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Rudbeckia fulgida Aiton - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1976
Determination History: Rudbeckia foliosa F. E. Boynton & Beadle
Locality:USA. Florida. Wakulla Co.: Ca. 2 mi. NW of St. Marks along road to Hyde Park, 1.6 mi. from junction with FL 30.
Habitat:Banks of ditch along road, adjacent to pine woods; sandy soil.
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Collector:R. E. Perdue 1658
Date:02 Sep 1954
Accession No:63217
Image:63217.jpg

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