Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (11) Download

Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Pinellas Co.: Eckerd College campus; at southern side of Borwn Hall.
Description:Hedge planting. 
Notes:CULTIVATED. Origin: India to Japan.
Collector:S. Imhof 56
Date:27 Feb 1991
Accession No:274360
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. California. Sacramento Co.: Capitol Grounds.
Description:Evergreen tree ca. 25 ft. tall, covered with panicles of small white flowers, 3 trunks from base, bark almost black and nearly smooth. 
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:E. McClintock s.n.
Date:22 Apr 1970
Accession No:102651
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: S of Lake Arbuckle, N of South Boulevard (main base road), just NE of guard gate at Arbuckle Creek bridge at dead end of FL 64; Avon Park Air Force Range; Lake Arbuckle 7.5' Quad. T32S, R29E, Sec. 25, SE¼ of NE¼ of SW¼. 27º 39’ 52” N 81º 22’ 36” W
Description:Ornamental. 
Habitat:Soils - Chobee (Typic Argiaquolls).
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:S. L. Orzell 25269
  with D. Goldman
Date:08 Apr 1998
Accession No:235142
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Manatee Co.: N side of the Palmetto Bank and Trust Company building located on the NE corner of the intersection of 7th Street W and 8th Avenue W, Palmetto.
Description:Large shrubs to ca. 12 ft. tall planted in row. 
Notes:CULTIVATED. Reasoner's Nurseries in Oneco and Bradenton sell the same species and call it tree viburnum.
Collector:A.G. Shuey 2511
Date:11 Apr 1981
Accession No:159587
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Lee Co.: Fort Myers. The Sanders Gardens.
Description:A bushy tree 4 m tall; flowers white. 
Habitat:In a border shrubbery.
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:W. C. Brumbach 9195
Date:29 Mar 1977
Accession No:132036
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Polk Co.: S of Lake Arbuckle, N of South Boulevard between main entrance gate and Wainwright Drive; Avon Park AFR; Lake Arbuckle 7.5' Quad. T32S, R29E, Sec. 25, SE¼ of NE¼ of SW¼.
Description:Not naturalized. 
Habitat:Disturbed oak hammock.
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:C. vanHoek 1020
  with B. Wargo
Date:23 Jan 1998
Accession No:250933
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl. - Determined By: Genelle, P. & Fleming, G.
Locality:USA. Florida. Pinellas Co.: Webbs Wholesale Nursery, 588 0.5 mi. W of US 19, NE Clearwater.
Description:Shurb to 2 m, flowers white, fruit black. 
Habitat:Partial shade.
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:P. Genelle 608
  with G. Fleming
Date:20 Apr 1970
Accession No:113701
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl. - Determined By: P. Turner
Locality:USA. Florida. Sarasota Co.: Sarasota. Sarasota City Hall.
Description:Large shrub. 
Habitat:Full sun.
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:D. Burch 4094
  with P. Turner
Date:25 Jun 1971
Accession No:113878
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: University of South Florida Botanical Gardens.
Description:Tall, evergreen shrub. 
Notes:CULTIVATED. Number E-202.
Collector:F. B. Essig 327
Date:07 Apr 1976
Accession No:122961
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. Florida. Sarasota Co.: S end of Siesta Key; S of Turtle Beach Road, 2.4 km W of US 41. 27º 13’ 7” N 82º 30’ 54” W
Description:Dense, row of small trees persisting from cultivation; fruit red. 
Habitat:Maritime hammock.
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:A. R. Franck 2663
Date:20 Aug 2011
Accession No:259626
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Family Name:Adoxaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Viburnum odoratissimum Ker Gawl.
Locality:USA. California. Contra Costa Co.: Orinda.
Description:Much spreading shrub, several planted as a hedge; have been cut back so height could not be judged; appears evergreen. 
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:E. McClintock s.n.
Date:21 Jun 1960
Accession No:121481
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