Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (4) Download

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Warea cuneifolia (Muhl. ex Nutt.) Nutt. - Determined By: D. B. Ward
Locality:USA. Florida. Liberty Co.: 4 mi. NE and 2.5 mi. NW of Bristol. T1N, R7W, Sec. 7.
Description:Common where found, but very local; petals white or very faint lavender. 
Habitat:Deep dry sand of longleaf pine [Pinus palustris] woods, now cleared and planted to slash pine [Pinus elliottii].
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:D. B. Ward 5902
Date:20 Aug 1966
Accession No:103243
Image:103243.jpg

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Warea cuneifolia (Muhl. ex Nutt.) Nutt.
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Lexington Co.: 1 mi. S of Edmund.
Habitat:Dry, abandoned field.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:W. T. Batson s.n.
Date:04 Sep 1969
Accession No:100822
Image:100822.jpg

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Warea cuneifolia (Muhl. ex Nutt.) Nutt.
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Lexington Co.: Unmarked dirt road 1.3 mi. S of its junction with S 279; 1.7 mi. W of the junction of S 279 and SC 6 in Edmund.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. Hutto 200
Date:19 Aug 1986
Accession No:205118
Image:205118.jpg

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Warea cuneifolia (Muhl. ex Nutt.) Nutt.
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Kershaw Co.: 4 mi. E of De Kalb.
Habitat:Sandhill.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. E. Radford 27728
Date:28 Jul 1957
Accession No:14244
Image:14244.jpg

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