Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (3) Download

Family Name:Tamaricaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tamarix canariensis Willd. - Determined By: J. Gaskin, Jul 2008
Determination History: Tamarix canariensis Willd. - Determined By: W. J. Crins, 1988
Tamarix gallica L. - Determined By: B. Baum, 1982
Tamarix gallica L.
Locality:USA. North Carolina. New Hanover Co.: Along causeway on US 74, between Wrightsville and Wrightsville Beach.
Habitat:Edge of salt marsh.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:T. R. Bradley 3359
  with J. Stevenson
Date:24 Jul 1966
Accession No:78459
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Family Name:Tamaricaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tamarix canariensis Willd. - Determined By: J. Gaskin, Jul 2008
Locality:USA. Florida. Duval Co.: Buck Island, adjacent to St. Johns River near its intersection with the Coastal Waterway, adjacent to St. Johns Creek.
Description:Small trees to 3 m tall rapidly spreading on this site, all size classes abundant; flowers pink to white. 
Habitat:Deposition site for soil from dredging.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Bryant s.n.
Date:Jun 2008
Accession No:245511
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Family Name:Tamaricaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tamarix canariensis Willd.
Locality:USA. Florida. Franklin Co.: St. George Island; S end of nick's Hole, edge of a bayou that opens N into Apalachicola Bay. 29º 38’ 26” N 84º 54’ 56” W
Description:Ca. 12 large, multi-stemmed plants washed at base by brackish water, some with at least one main stem 10-12 in. dbh; foliage appearing grayish from a distance. 
Habitat:Edge of a brackish bayou; associates include Sabal palmetto, Sporobolus virginicus, Juniperus virginiana, Iva frutescens, Juncus roemerianus, Ilex vomitorie, Quercus geminata, Pinus elliottii, Borrichia frutescens, Cynanchum, Ipomoea sagittata, Solidago sempervirens, and Toxicodendron radicans.
Collector:G. Nelson s.n.
  with W. Baker
Date:18 Aug 2008
Accession No:246419
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