Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (4) Download

Family Name:Araceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dieffenbachia seguine (Jacq.) Schott
Locality:USA. Florida. Palm Beach Co.: Adjacent to Northfork Drive, at the NE corner of Cypress Cove subdivision, Jupiter. T40S, R42E, Sec. 7.
Description:One plant found at the water/slope interface, the others in ca. 10 in. of water. 
Habitat:Edge of a wetland slough.
Collector:R. Miller s.n.
Date:28 Jun 2005
Accession No:240812
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Family Name:Araceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dieffenbachia seguine (Jacq.) Schott - Determined By: A. H. Liogier, 1983
Determination History: Anthurium acaule (Jacq.) Schott
Locality:Puerto Rico. Arecibo Mun.: Reserva Forestal Rio Abajo; along PR 621, 4 mi. E of junction with PR 10; from Peace Corps Training Center.
Habitat:Trail up mountain.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:800 ft
Collector:R. P. Sauleda 7701
  with D. K. Sauleda & M. E. Ragan
Date:24 Sep 1982
Accession No:171034
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Family Name:Araceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dieffenbachia seguine (Jacq.) Schott
Locality:Ecuador. Los Ríos Prov. Along Forest Road just after entering; also seen frequently at Dodsons; Rio Palenque Science Center, Km 56 on the Quevedo-Santo Domingo Road.
Description:Terrestrial herb to 1 m; leaves deep green above, pale green below; spathe bright green; female flowers oranfe mixed with white food bodies, male flowers white; berries (not collected) red, soft, the spathe splitting as they mature. 
Habitat:Mature forest.
Elevation:150 to 220 m
Collector:J. B. Watson 61
Date:05 Jan 1980
Accession No:203793
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Family Name:Araceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dieffenbachia seguine (Jacq.) Schott
Locality:Ecuador. Los Ríos Prov. Along Forest Road just after entering; also seen frequently in Dodsons Forest; Rio Palenque Science Center, Km 56 on the Quevedo-Santo Domingo Road.
Description:Terrestrial herb to 1 m; leaves deep green above, pale green below; spathe bright green; female flowers oranfe mixed with white food bodies, male flowers white; berries (not collected) red, soft, the spathe splitting as they mature. 
Habitat:Mature forest.
Elevation:150 to 220 m
Collector:J. B. Watson 61
Date:05 Jan 1980
Accession No:148817
Image:148817.jpg

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