Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (52) Download

Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, 1987
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: E of Central Boulevard., 0.3 mi. S of C-17; ca. 5.5 mi. WSW of Sebring Air Terminal; ca.5.5 mi. SE of Sebring. T35S, R29E, Sec. 12, SW¼ of SE¼.
Habitat:Scrub on rolling hills; Associate in type locality of Dicerandra sp. nov.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit, Fruit
Collector:B. F. Hansen 11605
  with R.P. Wunderlin, K. DeLaney, R. Huck
Date:10 Sep 1987
Accession No:192537
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, 1987
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Scrub forest on white sand along old roadway, ca. 4.5 mi. SSE of Frostproof. T32S, R28E, Sec. 14, SW¼.
Habitat:Open canopied low forest dominated by Carya floridana and scrub oaks including Quercus laevis.
Reproductive State:Bud, Fruit
Notes:Associated with Ziziphus celata.
Collector:B. F. Hansen 11359
  with R.P. Wunderlin, K. DeLaney
Date:05 Aug 1987
Accession No:192150
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 02 Jul 2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: R. P. Wunderlin, 1978
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: 0.4 mi. W of C-17A and Seabord Coast Line RR, 3 mi. N of DeSoto County line by way of C-17A.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 6027
  with P.R. Fantz
Date:28 May 1978
Accession No:135726
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, 1979
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Along W side of US 27; 2.4 mi. NNW of Lake Placid. T36S, R29E, Sec. 25, NW¼ of NE¼.
Habitat:Oak scrub with scattered Pinus clausa, overlooking Lake June in Winter.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:B. F. Hansen 6403
  with R.P. Wunderlin, D. Richardson
Date:25 Sep 1979
Accession No:144848
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: A. R. Franck, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: S. L. Orzell, 1991
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Ca. 0.1 mi. S of Oak Street and 0.1 mi. W of Jennings Road, in gridded subdivision W of Sun Air, ca. 1.1 mi. S of main county road at a point 5 mi. E of Lake Hamilton. T28S, R28E, Sec. 29, NW¼. 28º 1’ 32” N 81º 32’ 19” W
Habitat:Xeric overgrown longleaf pine [Pinus palustris]sandhill; community dominated by Pinus palustris, Quercus geminata, Q. virginiana, and Q. myrtifolia.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Elevation:95 to 100 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 18802
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:30 Oct 1991
Accession No:227909
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 02 Jul 2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: B. F. Hansen, 1979
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: 4.4 mi. E of US 27A on FL 544, at Greenlefe Resort. T28S, R28E, Sec. 6, NW¼ of SE¼.
Habitat:Scrubby forest between road and golf course; with Quercus incana, Q. geminata, Serenoa repens, Chapmannia floridana, Clitoria fragrans.
Collector:B. F. Hansen 5765
  with D. Richardson
Date:21 Jun 1979
Accession No:143046
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, 1968
Tephrosia spicata (Walter) Torr. & A. Gray - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, 1968
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Archbold Biological Station.
Habitat:White sand in Pinus clausa-Ceratiola scrub adjoining Pinus elliottii association.
Collector:O. K. Lakela 31466
Date:19 May 1968
Accession No:83318
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: A. R. Franck, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, 1961
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Avon Lakes; just S of Polk County line.
Habitat:White sand scrub, with some turkey oak [Quercus laevis] mingled with scrub species such as Prunus geniculata, Crataegus lepida [C. michauxii], Eriogonum floridanum [E. longifolium var. gnaphalifolium], and Breweria grandiflora [Bonamia grandiflora].
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:O. K. Lakela 24227
Date:03 Jun 1961
Accession No:40633
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: A. R. Franck, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: C. E. Wood, 1961
Tephrosia spicata (Walter) Torr. & A. Gray - Determined By: J. D. Ray, 1959
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Ca. 2 mi. N of Lake Placid.
Habitat:Over grassy floor of turkey oak [Quercus laevis] - longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] sandhill area.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 9629
Date:28 Nov 1959
Accession No:12977
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 02-Jul-2016
Determination History: Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh - Determined By: D. W. Crewz, 1978
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: W of US 27 and Lake Henry Drive, N of Lake Placid.
Habitat:Sandscrub.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:D. W. Crewz 1431
  with A.G. Shuey, D. Lindsey
Date:15 Jul 1978
Accession No:133758
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:HOLOTYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: E of Avon Park at the Carter Creek Preserve. 27º 33’ 33” N 81º 24’ 52” W
Description:Maximum leaflets 9-13 per leaf, upper leaflet surface very minutely tawny pilose. 
Habitat:N-most area of scrub hickory [Carya floridana] and sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub, with many endemic associates; locally abundant along the open exposed edges in open areas of yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5353
Date:03 Aug 2006
Accession No:250000
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:ISOTYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: E of Avon Park at the Carter Creek Preserve. 27º 33’ 33” N 81º 24’ 52” W
Description:Maximum leaflets 9-13 per leaf, upper leaflet surface very minutely tawny pilose. 
Habitat:N-most area of scrub hickory [Carya floridana] and sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub, with many endemic associates; locally abundant along the open exposed edges in open areas of yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5353
Date:03 Aug 2006
Accession No:257517
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: S end of clay pits SE of the junction of Scenic Highway and Golfview Cut-off Road, at N side of Babson Park. 27º 50’ 30” N 81º 31’ 54” W
Habitat:Fine, very diverse remnant sandhill, with Croton argyranthemus, Prunus geniculata, Asimina obovata, Cllitaria fragrans, Polygala lewtonii, Stillingia sylvatica, Liatris spp., Carphephorus corymbosus, Opuntia humifusa, Chrysopsis delaneyi, Poaceae sp. nov., and many others.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5494a
Date:21 Aug 2008
Accession No:257732
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: NW and NE edges of depression N off 11th Street between Druid Circle and Triangle Drive, E of Lake Wales. 27º 53’ 51” N 81º 33’ 41” W
Description:Ca. 100 plants. 
Habitat:Edge of large, bowl-shaped depression in former sandhill near two turkey oaks [Quercus laevis].
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5824
Date:22 Sep 2010
Accession No:257823
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: S side of C-630, E of Frostproof.
Description:Upper leaflet surface glabrous; somewhat marginal specimen for weak form; nearing the range of Tephrosia chrysophylla 3 mi. N, with more substantial introgression between. 
Habitat:High, intermediate sandhill (xeric oak), in highly disturbed soils.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5501a
Date:03 Sep 2008
Accession No:257862
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of Walk-in-the-Water Road, S of Catfish Creek, NE of Frostproof. 27º 47’ 12” N 81º 26’ 51” W
Description:Intermediate type, possibly the result of introgression. 
Habitat:Yellow sand slope adjacent to road and intermediate sandhill (xeric oak) habitat.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5507
Date:03 Sep 2008
Accession No:257861
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: N side of Masterpiece Road, 0.25 mi. W of its junction with Timberland Road, NE of Lake Wales. 27º 59’ 46” N 81º 32’ 27” W
Habitat:Sandhill habitat, with Clitoria fragrans, and Sideroxylon sp.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5516a
Date:21 Sep 2008
Accession No:257863
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of US 27, several mi. S of Lake Wales, SE of the junciton of US 27 and Meyers Road. 27º 51’ 33” N 81º 35’ 16” W
Habitat:Open edge of excavated sandhill; yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5513
Date:21 Sep 2008
Accession No:257839
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: E side of Lake Arbuckle State Forest, SE of Frostproof. 27º 41’ 36” N 81º 29’ 44” W
Description:Abundant in areas of open sand, often forming large mats; leaves with 9 leaflets common, some with 11, rarely 13; upper leaflet surface pilose. 
Habitat:Intermediate sandhill (xeric oak).
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5528a
Date:24 Sep 2008
Accession No:257853
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Walk-in-the-Water Preserve, NE of Frostproof. 27º 45’ 38” N 81º 28’ 1” W
Description:Very abundant in areas of open sand, often forming large mats; leaves with 9 leaflets common, some with 11, rarely 13; upper leaflet surface pilose; possibly som slight introgression and/or range overlap with Tephrosia chrysophylla in this area, and some atypical forms may also be associated with high levels of historical disturbance and aerial seeding of bahiagrass [Paspalum notatum] for cattle grazing, which has ecologically devastated this formerly floristically rich tract. 
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5531
Date:24 Sep 2008
Accession No:257852
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Walk-in-the-Water Road, just S of Tiger Creek, NE of Frostproof. 27º 48’ 28” N 81º 26’ 58” W
Description:Leaflets nearly glabrous. 
Habitat:Open sand edge of low, intermediate sandhill (xeric oak), with Stylisma villosa and S. abdita.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5532
Date:25 Sep 2008
Accession No:257859
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: W side of Boy Scout Road, E of Lake Wales. 27º 53’ 41” N 81º 26’ 56” W
Habitat:Disturbed intermediate sandhill (xeric oak).
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5538
Date:25 Sep 2008
Accession No:257858
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: NW of radio tower on N side of FL 50. 28º 32’ 52” N 81º 43’ 13” W
Description:Only a few plnats found, some with 9 leaflets per leaf, at least one with leaflets pubescent above, others glabrous (or with a few trichomes). 
Habitat:Lower edge of steep sandhill slope, with turkey oak [Quercus laevis] and Chrysopsis delaneyi.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5907
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257820
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: S side of FL 50, E of Hancock Road. 28º 32’ 40” N 81º 42’ 7” W
Description:Moderately large populations in this area; stems appearing orange; leaves with a maximum of 9 leaflets per leaf, most individuals with pubescent upper leaflet surfaces; leaflets olive green, secund, strongly so as a drought response in many specimens, leaflets mostly wider than Highlands County plants, possibly representing introgression or intermediate variant populations. 
Habitat:Sandhill, with a large population of Polygala lewtonii.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5913a
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257835
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: S side of FL 50, E of Hancock Road. 28º 32’ 40” N 81º 42’ 7” W
Description:Moderately large populations in this area; stems appearing orange; leaves with a maximum of 9 leaflets per leaf, most individuals with pubescent upper leaflet surfaces; leaflets olive green, secund, strongly so as a drought response in many specimens, leaflets mostly wider than Highlands County plants, possibly representing introgression or intermediate variant populations. 
Habitat:Sandhill, with a large population of Polygala lewtonii.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5914
Date:27 May 2010
Accession No:257826
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: E sid of FL 19, ca. 2.5 mi. S of FL 40. 29º 8’ 20” N 81º 37’ 38” W
Description:Many plants with leaves bearing 9 leaflets; leaflets olive green, upper surface pubescent on most plants. 
Habitat:High dunes with sandhill overtones; beige sand.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5930a
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257830
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: 29º 24’ 18” N 81º 48’ 29” W
Description:Locally abundant, with many plants bearing 9 olive green leaflets, rarely with 11, some plants with very broadly oval or semi-orbicular leafleats. 
Habitat:Highly disturbed, highly depauperate, tree-farmed former sandhill, heavily infested with centipedegrass [Eremochloa ophiuroides].
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5939a
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257816
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: E side of FL 19, ca. 5 mi. N of FL 40. 29º 14’ 27” N 81º 38’ 51” W
Description:There may be some introgression at this site where some plants with glabrous upper leaflet surfaces are somewhat similar to Tephrosia chrysophylla in habit. 
Habitat:Yellow sand dune, scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5934
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257819
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: E side of FL 19, ca. 4.4 mi. N of FL 316 at Salt Springs. 29º 19’ 0” N 81º 41’ 42” W
Description:Many plants with some leaves with 9 leaflets per leaf; upper leaflet surface of all plants pubescent. 
Habitat:Yellow sand dune, scrub.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5935
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257821
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: SE corner of the junction of FL 19 and FL 40. 29º 10’ 4” N 81º 38’ 31” W
Description:Locally abundant, most plants with broadly elliptic to obovate leaflets that are pubescent above. 
Habitat:Yellow sand dune, scrub.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5931a
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257832
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: S side of FL 316, 5.1 mi. W of Salt Springs.
Description:This specimen appears to be a hybrid; many plants at this site with leaflets glabrous above, but some with leaflets either pale or tawny antrorsely appressed pubescence above, most with 7 or fewer leaflets, many plants thus appear more similar to Tephrosia chrysophylla in general habit; probably a highly variable hybrid swarm of Tephrosia chrysophylla X T. mysteriosa; enigmatic populations like this one are not uncommon at disturbed site, and hybrids with Tephrosia florida are also present, adding to the variation and confusion. 
Habitat:Very small, disturbed, open, low sandy knoll; beige sand.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5937a
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257833
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: W side of FL 19, ca. 0.45 mi. N of FL 40. 29º 13’ 9” N 81º 38’ 47” W
Description:Many plants bearing leaves with 9 leaflets; leaflets of all plants with upper surface pubescent. 
Habitat:Yellow sand dune, scrub.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5932
Date:24 Jun 2010
Accession No:257817
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: W side of US 27 and Lake Perry Road, just N of Lake Placid. 27º 19’ 37” N 81º 22’ 41” W
Description:Many leaves with leaflet rows flexed upward into a "V", suggestive of Tephrosia chrysophylla influence, but possibly due to senescent conditions with begin in fall; leaves with up to 11 leaflets in this area (only a few plants checked); leaflets apiculate, somewhat shiny, mostly glabrate (at least at this time in the early fall), somewhat more diffusely arranged than Avon Park plants, possibly owing to the influence of disturbed soils. 
Habitat:Cleared former hickory [Carya floridana] scrub, now mostly ruderal, with Dicerandra frutescens (mostly all gone), Trichostema suffrutescens [T. dichotomum], Tragia urens, and Chapmannia floridana.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5520a
Date:22 Sep 2008
Accession No:257855
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Preserve on W side of US 27, S of US 98, S of Sebring. 27º 22’ 54” N 81º 24’ 30” W
Description:Locally abundant; many leaves with leaflet rows flexed upward into a "V", suggestive of Tephrosia chrysophylla influence, but possibly due to senescent conditions with begin in fall; leaves with up to 11 leaflets in this area (only a few plants checked); leaflets with upper surfaces moderately pilose (trichomes deciduous and mostly shed), not as robust and not as pilose as Avon Park forms. 
Habitat:Intermediate sandhill (xeric oak); in open patches of yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5519
Date:22 Sep 2008
Accession No:257856
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: S of Lake Placid on E side of US 27 adjacent to S side of Camp Florida. 27º 15’ 41” N 81º 20’ 40” W
Description:Some leaves with leaflet rows flexed upward into a "V"; leaves with up to 11 leaflets in this area; leaflets apiculate, with upper surfaces moderately pilose, but most trichomes shed. 
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5523a
Date:22 Sep 2008
Accession No:257854
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: SE corner of Wester Avenue and Rich Street, E of Lake Verona, N of Catholic Church, E of Avon Park. 27º 35’ 51” N 81º 29’ 28” W
Habitat:Yellow sand field with sandhill herbs.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5585
Date:04 Nov 2008
Accession No:257838
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: NW corner of West Wintrop Street and Anoka Avenue, W of Head Field, Avon Park. 27º 36’ 12” N 81º 30’ 46” W
Description:Ca. 300 plants; leaves with up to 11 leaflets; leaflet upper surface pubescent, olive green or brownish, with some faint reddishness. 
Habitat:Large vacant field, former sandhill.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5917a
Date:07 Jun 2010
Accession No:257827
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: E side of US 27 at the Polk County line. 27º 38’ 41” N 81º 31’ 38” W
Description:Plant with long internodes, petioles too long, leaflet spacing too long, pseudoracemes too long, thus possibly a distant hybrid of Tephrosia florida and T. mysteriosa, but tentatively place with the latter because of leaflet dorsal surface pubescence and overall plant color. 
Habitat:Disturbed, formerly cleared sandhill; with Paronychia chartacea, P. herniarioides, Eriogonum floridanum, Bonamia grandiflora, Tradescantia, Galactia, Stylisma villosa, and Prunus geniculata.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5919
Date:09 Jun 2010
Accession No:257828
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: N of Avon Park Police Station, i.e., ca. 200 m NE of Pleasant Street and Central Avenue. 27º 36’ 11” N 81º 30’ 19” W
Description:Weak, somewhat intermediate form, maximum leaflets 9, late senescent but still with some trichomes on upper leaflet surfaces. 
Habitat:Undeveloped, formerly cleared sandhhill.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5624
Date:03 Dec 2008
Accession No:257837
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: S side of US 98, E of DeSoto City. 27º 25’ 50” N 81º 23’ 10” W
Description:Some leaves with 9 or more leaflets, all leaflets pilose. 
Habitat:High, yellow sand scrub.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5509a
Date:18 Sep 2008
Accession No:257860
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Adjacent to E side of US 27, ca. 1 mi. N of US 98 at DeSoto City. 27º 26’ 34” N 81º 25’ 7” W
Description:Most leafleets pilose, but glabrous on a few plants, otherwise normal. 
Habitat:Old intermediate sandhill (xeric oak), with Warea carteri.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5510a
Date:18 Sep 2008
Accession No:257841
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: E side of US 27, ca. 1 mi. N of Schumacher Road, N of Sebring. 27º 31’ 30” N 81º 29’ 53” W
Description:All upper leaflet surfaces pilose, as with other disturbed sites; a bit of a weak form. 
Habitat:Open yellow sand on former hickory [Carya floridana] scrub, with Polygonella myriophylla, paronychia americana, and others.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5511a
Date:18 Sep 2008
Accession No:257840
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Ca. 100 yd. E of Riverdale Road on N side of Arbuckle Creek Road, NE of Sebring.
Description:A weak form with a tendency towards fewer leaflets and less pubescent upper leaflet surfaces. 
Habitat:High yellow sand dunes.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5564
Date:21 Oct 2008
Accession No:257857
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Near center of fence of W boundary, Avon Park Municipal Airport. 27º 35’ 15” N 81º 32’ 22” W
Habitat:Xeric field of yellow sand in low former sandhill, with Tephrosia florida, T. angustissima var. curtissii, Dalea pinnata, Indigofera caroliniana, Galctia volubilis (rare), Prunus geniculata, and Polygala violacea.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5922
Date:10 Jun 2010
Accession No:257829
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Along N side of railroad, S end of Lake Letta Road off FL 17. 27º 32’ 30” N 81º 27’ 16” W
Description:Many plants, confined to yellow sand areas. 
Habitat:High embankment of Lakemont scrub, a floristically rich and pristine area with many endemics; with turkey oak [Quercus laevis], Berlandiera subacaulis, and Paronychia patula.
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5826
Date:23 Apr 2010
Accession No:257825
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Cremona Road and Zenith ROad, Avon Park Lakes, NW of Avon Park. 27º 37’ 15” N 81º 32’ 33” W
Description:Leaflets mainly (7)9-11(13), upper surface olive green, minutely pilose. 
Habitat:Old, disturbed, intermediate sandhill on yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5442x
Date:01 Jul 2008
Accession No:257965
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: W of 1845 North Zenith Road, Avon Park. 27º 37’ 12” N 81º 32’ 39” W
Description:Locally abundant. A single anomalous specimen was found in a sandy lawn in this region having leaflets with glabrous dorsal surfaces and a few axillary flowers, possibly an aberrant form, or a hybrid with Tephrosia chrysophylla, which occurs a short distance eastward in Hardee County. 
Habitat:Disturbed, overgrown, intermediate sandhill (turkey oak [Quercus laevis] barrens).
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5447
Date:24 Jul 2008
Accession No:257958
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: W of 1845 North Zenith Road, Avon Park. 27º 37’ 12” N 81º 32’ 39” W
Description:Most plants with some leaves having 9-13 leaflets, dorsal surface of leaflets minutely pilose. 
Habitat:Disturbed, overgrown, intermediate sandhill (turkey oak [Quercus laevis] barrens).
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5446
Date:24 Jul 2008
Accession No:257966
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Between US 27 and Avon Park Cut-Off Road, just N of the Polk County line. 27º 39’ 50” N 81º 32’ 49” W
Habitat:Intermediate sandhills; one of the last remaining sandhill fragments in southern Polk County; yellow sand, with Clitoria fragrans, Asimina obovata, Prunus geniculata, Lupinus cumulicola [L. diffusus], Tephrosia floridana, Eriogonum longifolium var. gnaphalifolium, Galactia regularis, Cladonia, Cladina, and many other xeric species.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5441
Date:29 Jun 2008
Accession No:257964
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Several mi. N of FL 64 on W side os Schoolbus Road, Lake Arbuckle State Forest, E of Avon Park. 27º 41’ 32” N 81º 25’ 41” W
Description:A small, divergent or introgressive population with glabrous upper leaflet surfaces and a tendency toward fewer leaflets, similar to those in the Walk-in-the-Water region a short distance to the north. 
Habitat:Open, yellow-sand edges of a small, fire-suppressed sandhill knoll.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5450
Date:28 Jul 2008
Accession No:257959
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: Crooked Lake Sandhill. 27º 48’ 48” N 81º 32’ 56” W
Habitat:Sandhill; yellow sand.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:J. R. Campbell 21
Date:04 Jul 2015
Accession No:283982
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 09-Mar-2009
Determination History: Tephrosia x floridana (Vail) Isely - Determined By: R. Wunderlin, P. Genelle, & G. Fleming, 1992
Tephrosia chrysophylla Pursh
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: Archbold Biological Station. Lake Wales Ridge.
Description:Plant prostrate-trailing; flowers rose-red. 
Habitat:Sandy soil along trail in pine-scrubland.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:D. S. Correll 52428
  with H.B. Correll
Date:04 Sep 1981
Accession No:160073
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