Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (2) Download

Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Senegalia pennata (L.) Maslin subsp. insuavis (Lace) Maslin et al. - Determined By: A. R. Franck, 18 Sep 2014
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Tampa.
Description:Tree; flowers cream-white; entire plant with a disagreeable odor. 
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:Condon s.n.
  with et. al.
Date:22 May 1995
Accession No:275597
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Senegalia pennata (L.) Maslin subsp. insuavis (Lace) Maslin et al.
Locality:USA. Florida. Collier Co.: Picayune Strand State Forest; abandoned Vietnamese-American camps. (Specimen transplanted from Picayune and cultivated in Naples for identification.)
Description:Semi-naturalized with recruited saplings and seedlings scattered all around adjacent areas; very strong odor (like rotten galic) when leaves crushed or branches cut. 
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:M. J. Barry s.n.
Date:30 May 2017
Accession No:294776
Image:294776.jpg

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