Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (22) Download

Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:HOLOTYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. St. Johns Co.: Along powerline right-of-way, ca. 1.8 mi. W of Crescent Beach, SW corner of the junction of FL 206 and Cypress Point Drive. 29º 45’ 21” N 81º 17’ 26” W
Description:More than 1000 plants in the area. 
Habitat:Edge of scrub.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5741
Date:07 Oct 2009
Accession No:257539
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:ISOTYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. St. Johns Co.: Along powerline right-of-way, ca. 1.8 mi. W of Crescent Beach, SW corner of the junction of FL 206 and Cypress Point Drive. 29º 45’ 21” N 81º 17’ 26” W
Description:More than 1000 plants in the area. 
Habitat:Edge of scrub.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5741
Date:07 Oct 2009
Accession No:257554
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Hardee Co.: Manassas Road off Maude Road; along the W edge of the road (E edge of site). 27º 36’ 43” N 81º 39’ 44” W
Description:Once with a very large number of plants, just a few plants remaining. 
Habitat:Ca. 5 acres of habitat, site has been cleared; with Euphoriba polyphylla, Liatris spp., Hypericum reductum [tenuifolium], Polygonella robusta, Cladonia spp.; site adjacent to S supporting Chrysopsis floridana.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5365
Date:15 Nov 2006
Accession No:257597
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: S side of Pioneer Terrace, S of FL 415. 29º 2’ 10” N 81º 5’ 9” W
Description:Somewhat abundant along the edges, less common in the interior. 
Habitat:Small sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub on white sand.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5676
Date:13 Jul 2009
Accession No:257626
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Lake Co.: S side of FL 44, E of FL 46A, NE of Mt. Plymouth. 28º 51’ 38” N 81º 30’ 43” W
Description:Perennial. 
Habitat:Moist lower edge of sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5105
Date:23 Sep 2001
Accession No:257633
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Orange Co.: E side of Taylor Road, S of the community of Christmas. 28º 30’ 33” N 81º 0’ 18” W
Habitat:Sandy edge of dry pine and oak woods; with Liatris tenuifolia, Palafoxia integrifolia; fine, light gray sand.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5557a
Date:17 Oct 2008
Accession No:257605
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Hardee Co.: 0.25 mi. NE of junction of Heard Bridge Road with C-664A. 27º 35’ 24” N 81º 46’ 28” W
Description:Perennial; with 1000 or more plants. 
Habitat:Cattle-disturbed, level, scrub with very fine, white sand (powdery white); on phosphate mine-owned land destined to be destroyed; with Commelina sp. nov. (miniature type).
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5310
Date:19 May 2004
Accession No:257622
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Hardee Co.: At the W end and S side of a two-rut trail past a [Citrus sp.] grove. 27º 36’ 57” N 81º 46’ 46” W
Description:Hundreds of large, mat-forming plants with numerous flowering stems and large tap roots. 
Habitat:Old, cleared, very sandy semi-pasture/herbaceous scrub with sandhill overtones; with Lechea divaricata, Houstonia procumbens, Rhynchosia michauxii, Arnoglossum, Polygala violacea, Commelina (small, Hardee County Type), and several other scrub and sandhill species.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5315
Date:28 Jun 2004
Accession No:257603
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: Tiger Bay State Forest. E side of Indian Lake Road, N of US 92. 29º 9’ 6” N 81º 8’ 55” W
Description:Perennial with many stems, a large taproot, and reddish flowers; frequent. 
Habitat:Open areas in low oak scrub.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5689
Date:13 Jul 2009
Accession No:257601
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Brevard Co.: Along the road right-of-way, W side of US 100, 100 yds. N of Stuckway Road; N of Titusville. 28º 46’ 59” N 80º 53’ 0” W
Description:Leafy, mat-forming perennial with foliose glomerate flower clusters. 
Habitat:Open, sandy, very moist, lower ecotone edge of oak scrub; light gray sand.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5108a
Date:07 Oct 2001
Accession No:257599
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Hardee Co.: Manassas Road off Maude Road; along the W edge of the road (E edge of site). 27º 36’ 43” N 81º 39’ 44” W
Description:At least a 1000 plants. 
Habitat:Ca. 5 acres of habitat; with Euphoriba polyphylla, Liatris spp., Hypericum reductum [tenuifolium], Polygonella robusta, Cladonia spp.; site adjacent to S supporting Chrysopsis floridana.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 1990a
Date:22 Dec 1991
Accession No:257628
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Hardee Co.: Manassas Road off Maude Road; along the W edge of the road (E edge of site). 27º 36’ 43” N 81º 39’ 44” W
Description:At least a 1000 plants. 
Habitat:Ca. 5 acres of habitat; with Euphoriba polyphylla, Liatris spp., Hypericum reductum [tenuifolium], Polygonella robusta, Cladonia spp.; site adjacent to S supporting Chrysopsis floridana.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 2007
Date:19 Oct 2003
Accession No:257631
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: Along N side of US 92, W of C-412. 29º 8’ 28” N 81º 7’ 32” W
Description:Only one plant found. 
Habitat:Small, high, xeric lot; with Opuntia, Polygonella gracilis, Palafoxia integrifolia, Pityopsis graminifolia, Stipulicida setacea.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:K. R. DeLaney 5684
Date:13 Jul 2009
Accession No:257624
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04-Aug-2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: S of FL 40A (Pioneer Trail), ca. 0.35 mi. E of the intersesction with Pioneer Way, ca. 1.3 mi. W of the intersection with FL 415, ca. 2.3 air mi. NE of Samsula. T17S, R32E, Sec. 10, SE¼ of NE¼ of SW¼. 29º 2’ 16” N 81º 5’ 4” W
Description:Sepals reddish tinged. 
Habitat:Scrub oak and sand pine [Pinus clausa] on white sand. Soils - Satellite (Aquic Quartzipsamments).
Reproductive State:Fertile
Elevation:42 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 15927
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:30 Nov 1990
Accession No:210660
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04-Aug-2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: E side of Indian Lake Road, ca. 4.8 mi. N of its junction with US 92, ca. 0.8 air mi. N of Bennett Field, ca. 1.5 air mi. N of Bumcombe Hill, ca. 18 air mi. N of DeLand; Rima Ridge. T15S, R31E, Sec. 14, NE¼ of NW¼ of SE¼. 29º 12’ N 81º 10’ 1” W
Habitat:Cutover sand pine [Pinus clausa] - oak scrub. Soils - Daytona (Entic Haplohumods).
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:S. L. Orzell 22800
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:03 Aug 1994
Accession No:239153
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04-Aug-2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: Cemetery off Sugar Mill Road, off FL 44, 3 mi. W of New Smyrna Beach.
Description:Sepals 5, pink outside, white inside. 
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:E. M. Norman s.n.
Date:08 Apr 1987
Accession No:191617
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04 Aug 2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp. - Determined By: J. W. Thieret, 1985
Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Brevard Co.: North Merritt Island.
Habitat:Scrub vegetation, sandy soil.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:J. E. Poppleton s.n.
  with A.G. Shuey
Date:15 Feb 1975
Accession No:124711
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04-Aug-2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Orange Co.: Along Taylor Creek Road, vicinity of Christmas. 28º 30’ 33” N 81º 0’ 19” W
Habitat:Dry roadside.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:W. D. Longbottom 5516
  with D.H. Williams
Date:19 Oct 2004
Accession No:243311
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04-Aug-2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Marion Co.: W of C-484, ca. 1.8 air mi. ESE of the junction with FL 200, ca. 7 air mi. ESE of Dunnellon Municipal Airport; Cross Florida Barge Canal Lands. T17S, R20E, Sec. 1, NE¼ of NE¼ of NE¼. 29º 2’ 51” N 82º 15’ 14” W
Habitat:Burned xeric sandhill; community dominated by Pinus palustris, Quercus laevis, and Aristida stricta. Soils - Candler (Typic Quartzipsamments).
Reproductive State:Fertile
Elevation:79 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 18685
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:22 Oct 1991
Accession No:227981
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04-Aug-2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Flagler Co.: Nex to powerlines, Plantation Oak development, 0.8 mi. E of I-95, 1.1 mi. NE of the US 1 and I-95 intersection. T13S, R32E, Sec. 30.
Habitat:Sandhill scrub.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:C. Slaughter 14838
  with M. Minno, R. Fewster
Date:01 May 2006
Accession No:243046
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Paronychia discoveryi DeLaney
Locality:USA. Florida. Orange Co.: Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area. Taylor Creek Road, close to the Area entrance, ca. 25 mi. E of Orlando. 28º 29’ 43” N 80º 59’ 48” W
Habitat:Edge of scrubby flatwoods in white sand.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:S. Myers 785
Date:24 Nov 2012
Accession No:266420
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Family Name:Caryophyllaceae
Currently Accepted Name:PARATYPE of  Paronychia discoveryi (DeLaney) - Determined By: K. R. DeLaney, 04 Aug 2011
Determination History: Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp. - Determined By: J. W. Thieret, 1985
Paronychia americana (Nutt.) Fenzl ex Walp.
Locality:USA. Florida. Volusia Co.: Vicinity of Lake Helen.
Habitat:Oak - pine association, white sand.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:O. K. Lakela 31866
Date:01 Apr 1969
Accession No:86247
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