Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (25) Download

Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Highlands Co.: FL 18, 5 mi. W of Childs.
Description:Abundant locally; perennial; corolla rose-purple, showy. 
Habitat:On moist, sandy edges of a prairie pond.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:L. J. Brass 15363
Date:07 Jul 1945
Accession No:135127
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Palm Beach Co.: Jupiter; S side of 164th Street, 1/2 block W of 105th Terrace North; Jupiter Farms Subdivision. T41S, R41E, Sec. 12.
Habitat:Wet meadow; pine flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit, Fruit
Collector:C. vanHoek 4
Date:24 May 1986
Accession No:189502
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, June 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Old Memorial Highway, ca. 1.5 mi. From FL 580, NW of Tampa.
Description:Corolla rose; fruiting plants. 
Habitat:Seasonally wet pineland with marginal cypress [Taxodium] ponds; occasional Hyoinia, Myrica with common saw palmetto [Serenoa repens] and Vitis, Liatris, Heliotropium, Silphium, Ruellia, Stenandrium, Mikania, and Passiflora in grassy openings.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:O. K. Lakela 25084
  with R. Lassiter, J.A. Lassiter
Date:20 May 1962
Accession No:53396
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, June 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small - Determined By: O. K. Lakela, s.d.
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Old Memorial Highway, 2.5 mi. NW of the Rocky Creek bridge on Hillsborough Avenue.
Description:Infrequent, locally common. 
Habitat:Wet pinelands; in openings of saw palmetto [Serenoa repens], cypress [Taxodium], pine and oak; with Hypoxis sp., Dyschoriste sp., and Scutellaria sp.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:J. A. Lassiter s.n.
  with R. Lassiter
Date:15 Apr 1962
Accession No:46039
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, June 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small
Locality:USA. Florida. Collier Co.: Immokalee; Lake Trafford.
Habitat:Shore hammock; in moist ground under Sabal palmetto.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:O. K. Lakela 30918
Date:06 Aug 1967
Accession No:81168
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, June 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small
Locality:USA. Florida. Collier Co.: Miles City, E of FL 29; S of the Cross State Turnpike [I-75?].
Habitat:Big [? Named location or tree size] Cypress [Taxodium] interspersed with Sabal, broad-leaved trees, shrubs, and lianas [vines].
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:O. K. Lakela 29938
  with F. Almeda
Date:06 Jun 1966
Accession No:74654
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, Jun 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Old Memorial Highway, ca. 1.5 mi. From FL 580, NW of Tampa.
Description:Mostly in fruit. 
Habitat:Seasonally wet pinelands with marginal cypress [Taxodium] ponds. Occasional Lyonia, Myrica with common saw palmetto [Serenoa repens and Vitis; with
Reproductive State:Bud, Immature Fruit
Collector:O. K. Lakela 25243
Date:11 Aug 1962
Accession No:52295
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, June 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: Ca. 7 mi. NW of Tampa along Old Memorial Highway, NW of Hillsborough Avenue.
Description:Uncommon. 
Habitat:Roadside; grassy roadside margin in disturbed, open pineland with saw palmetto [Serenoa repens]; Liatris, Heliotropium, Silphium, Ruellia, Stenandrium, Mikania, and Passiflora in grassy openings.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit, Fruit
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 11104
  with O.K. Lakela
Date:15 Jul 1962
Accession No:53479
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, June 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small
Locality:USA. Florida. Collier Co.: E Collier- Hendry County Line Road, C-846; Seminole Indian Reservation Area.
Habitat:Pond terrace; sandy muck; with Dyschoriste and Ruellia.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:O. K. Lakela 28987
Date:19 Jul 1965
Accession No:66043
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: A. R. Franck, June 2010
Determination History: Stenandrium floridanum (A. Gray) Small - Determined By: Robert Kral, 13 May 1958
Locality:USA. Florida. Lee Co.: 10 mi. WSW of Salvista.
Description:Frequent; flowers bright pink; leaves bright, shiny green. 
Habitat:Pine - palmetto [Serenoa repens] flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:R. Kral 6545
Date:13 May 1958
Accession No:7531
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Lee Co.: North Fort Myers; powerline just N of the Tamiami Village clubhouse.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:E. Brown s.n.
Date:25 Apr 1985
Accession No:186367
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Charlotte Co.: C. M. Webb Wildlife Management Area.. NW of Tuckers Corner. T41S, R24E, Sec. 36.
Habitat:Wet prairie.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Collector:R. P. Wunderlin 9839
  with B.F. Hansen
Date:19 Mar 1985
Accession No:184561
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: J. Scanlon, 17-Apr-2000
Locality:USA. Florida. Citrus Co.: Crystal River State Buffer Preserve. Hollins Zone 67, N end of timber monitoring Transect C. T17S, R16E, Sec. 36, SW¼ of NW¼.
Description:Common. 
Habitat:Pine flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:J. Scanlon 57
  with T. Matthews
Date:17 Apr 2000
Accession No:227285
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Collier Co.: Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park. Dan House Prairie, 200 yds. W of Well 13, at 10 Pine Island. T58S, R28E, Sec. 2, NE¼.
Habitat:Wet flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:M. Owen FS0246
Date:05 Jun 2001
Accession No:239218
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Hernando Co.: Weeki Wachee Preserve. Ca. 2.4 km W of the C-595 and US 19 junction; ca. 3.3 km NNW of the Hernando/Paco County line and US 19 junction. 28º 38’ 58” N 82º 27’ 48” W
Habitat:Small, prairie-like, calcareous edge of a hydric hammock.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:J. M. Kunzer 1823
  with M. Barnwell, A. Schmidt, J. Stites
Date:10 Jun 2006
Accession No:243534
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Collier Co.: Collier-Seminole State Park. Burn Zone 3. T51S, R27E, Sec. 26.
Description:Erect forb to 60 cm height; occasional; rose to purplish flower; capsule to 12 mm length. 
Habitat:Wet flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:J. Weber CS0192
Date:17 Jul 1992
Accession No:208806
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Sarasota Co.: Deer Prairie Creek Preserve. Churchill Ranch on Border Road, ca. 2.3 km ENE of the I-75 and C-777 (River Road) junction; along a trail at a pond margin. T39S, R20E, Sec. 5. 27º 7’ 3” N 82º 19’ 40” W
Description:Ephemeral herb. 
Habitat:Open area, disturbed site.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:A. R. Franck 196
Date:03 Jun 2007
Accession No:244382
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Broward Co.: Hillsboro Pineland County Park; Coconut Creek; ca. 0.5 mi. E of US 441 on NW 74th Court; ca. 0.5 mi. NE of West Dixie Bend. T47S, R42E, Sec. 31, S½.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:P. L. Howell s.n.
Date:12 Jun 2000
Accession No:225958
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Sumter Co.: Green Swamp, on Tanic Grade Road. T24S, R23E, Sec. 23 & 26, S½.
Habitat:Road shoulders.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:T. F. Rochow s.n.
Date:15 Apr 1981
Accession No:155544
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: University of Miami Campus. On SW side of old Botany building. T54S, R41E, Sec. 19.
Description:Corolla pink. 
Habitat:Lawn.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Collector:G. N. Avery 1568
Date:24 May 1975
Accession No:121194
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Okeechobee Co.: On the N side of Gum Slough (Three Mile Slough), ca. 2.8 air mi. NW of Peavine Trail crossing of Seven Mile Slough. T33S, R33E, Sec. 18. 27º 36’ 38” N 81º 3’ 30” W
Habitat:Calcareous wet prairie ecotone between dry prairie and historical swale.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit
Elevation:55 to 60 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 25424
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:29 Oct 1998
Accession No:225887
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Osceola Co.: Ca. 10 mi. W of Yeehaw Junction on FL 60.
Habitat:Oak-cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto] hammock.
Reproductive State:Immature Fruit, Fruit
Collector:A. N. Arcuri 873
Date:10 Aug 1979
Accession No:143685
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees - Determined By: B. K. Holst, 1999
Locality:USA. Florida. Sarasota Co.: Osprey; Historic Spanish Point; W of US 41, near Point Cottage. 27º 12’ 15” N 82º 29’ 49” W
Description:Rosette-forming herb; corollas magenta; locally common. 
Habitat:Shady, grassy area.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Elevation:2 to 5 m
Collector:B. K. Holst 7220
  with E. Adams, P. Gonsiska, A. Smith, A. Stoddart
Date:01 Jul 1999
Accession No:250455
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Collier Co.: Ca. 1.4 air mi. SW of Miller Boulevard bridge over I-75 in south Golden Gate, ca. 6.5 air mi. NE of the Rattlesnake Hammock Road and FL 951 junction, ca. 12.5 air mi. E of Naples. T50S, R27E, Sec. 11, SE¼ of NW¼. 26º 8’ 0” N 81º 34’ 45” W
Habitat:Mesic pine/palmetto [Serenoa repens] flatwoods on sandy limestone soil. Hallandale and Boca (Lithic Psammaquents) soils.
Reproductive State:Bud, Flower
Elevation:12 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 19652
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:16 Jun 1992
Accession No:228989
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Family Name:Acanthaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Stenandrium dulce (Cav.) Nees
Locality:USA. Florida. Martin Co.: Jonathan Dickinson State Park. NW gate area.
Habitat:Wet flatwoods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. O. Woodbury s.n.
  with R. Roberts
Date:Jul 1988
Accession No:259004
Image:259004.jpg

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