Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (18) Download

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Stand covering ca. 0.5 acre; fronds ca. 1.6 m tall. 
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 1 of 3.
Collector:J. Popenoe 2312
  with W.R. Llewellyn
Date:29 May 1983
Accession No:173034
Image:173034.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Stand covering ca. 0.5 acre; fronds ca. 1.6 m tall. 
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 2 of 3.
Collector:J. Popenoe 2312
  with W.R. Llewellyn
Date:29 May 1983
Accession No:173033
Image:173033.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Stand covering ca. 0.5 acre; fronds ca. 1.6 m tall. 
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 3 of 3.
Collector:J. Popenoe 2312
  with W.R. Llewellyn
Date:29 May 1983
Accession No:173000
Image:173000.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Not very common, ca. 5 plants found near base of a live oak [Quercus virginiana], all sterile. 
Habitat:Hardwood hammock.
Collector:C. E. Nauman 301
  with J.A. Nauman, D.F. Austin, S.K. Austin, W. Drennon
Date:14 Apr 1978
Accession No:221793
Image:221793.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: T. MacClendon, 28-Aug-2004
Locality:Florida, Brevard Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Hydric hammock; organic soil.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 1 of 2.
Collector:S. M. Kennedy 590
  with L. Pearson, P. Pearson
Date:28 Aug 2004
Accession No:239644
Image:239644.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: T. MacClendon, 28 Aug 1984
Locality:Florida, Brevard Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Hydric hammock; organic soil.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 2 of 2.
Collector:S. M. Kennedy 590
  with L. Pearson, P. Pearson
Date:28 Aug 2004
Accession No:239645
Image:239645.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Localized in an area ca. 10 acres in extent; extremely common locally, not station found nearby; larges leaves 1.0-2.7 m, the blade 1.84 m x 1.48 m, the pinnule 0.83 m long; one leaf cut [for this specimen], at least in part. 
Habitat:In association with red maple [Acer rubrum], needle palm [Rhapidophyllum hystrix], and cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto].
Notes:Sheet 1 of 7.
Collector:R. Vagner s.n.
Date:14 Jan 1968
Accession No:81954
Image:81954.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Localized in an area ca. 10 acres in extent; extremely common locally, not station found nearby; larges leaves 1.0-2.7 m, the blade 1.84 m x 1.48 m, the pinnule 0.83 m long; one leaf cut [for this specimen], at least in part. 
Habitat:In association with red maple [Acer rubrum], needle palm [Rhapidophyllum hystrix], and cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto].
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 2 of 7.
Collector:R. Vagner s.n.
Date:14 Jan 1968
Accession No:81953
Image:81953.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Localized in an area ca. 10 acres in extent; extremely common locally, not station found nearby; larges leaves 1.0-2.7 m, the blade 1.84 m x 1.48 m, the pinnule 0.83 m long; one leaf cut [for this specimen], at least in part. 
Habitat:In association with red maple [Acer rubrum], needle palm [Rhapidophyllum hystrix], and cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto].
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 3 of 7.
Collector:R. Vagner s.n.
Date:14 Jan 1968
Accession No:81952
Image:81952.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Localized in an area ca. 10 acres in extent; extremely common locally, not station found nearby; larges leaves 1.0-2.7 m, the blade 1.84 m x 1.48 m, the pinnule 0.83 m long; one leaf cut [for this specimen], at least in part. 
Habitat:In association with red maple [Acer rubrum], needle palm [Rhapidophyllum hystrix], and cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto].
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 4 of 7.
Collector:R. Vagner s.n.
Date:14 Jan 1968
Accession No:81955
Image:81955.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Localized in an area ca. 10 acres in extent; extremely common locally, not station found nearby; larges leaves 1.0-2.7 m, the blade 1.84 m x 1.48 m, the pinnule 0.83 m long; one leaf cut [for this specimen], at least in part. 
Habitat:In association with red maple [Acer rubrum], needle palm [Rhapidophyllum hystrix], and cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto].
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 5 of 7.
Collector:R. Vagner s.n.
Date:14 Jan 1968
Accession No:81951
Image:81951.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Localized in an area ca. 10 acres in extent; extremely common locally, not station found nearby; larges leaves 1.0-2.7 m, the blade 1.84 m x 1.48 m, the pinnule 0.83 m long; one leaf cut [for this specimen], at least in part. 
Habitat:In association with red maple [Acer rubrum], needle palm [Rhapidophyllum hystrix], and cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto].
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 6 of 7.
Collector:R. Vagner s.n.
Date:14 Jan 1968
Accession No:81950
Image:81950.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Localized in an area ca. 10 acres in extent; extremely common locally, not station found nearby; larges leaves 1.0-2.7 m, the blade 1.84 m x 1.48 m, the pinnule 0.83 m long; one leaf cut [for this specimen], at least in part. 
Habitat:In association with red maple [Acer rubrum], needle palm [Rhapidophyllum hystrix], and cabbage palm [Sabal palmetto].
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:Sheet 7 of 7.
Collector:R. Vagner s.n.
Date:14 Jan 1968
Accession No:81949
Image:81949.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon - Determined By: C. E. Nauman, Nov 1986
Determination History: Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Ferns to 2.2 m tall; fruits abundant. 
Habitat:Open woods, hardwood trees.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:A.G. Shuey s.n.
Date:09 Mar 1974
Accession No:109413
Image:109413.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Florida, Seminole Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Roadside woods.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:J. H. Scudder 212
Date:Jun 1972
Accession No:228323
Image:228323.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:USA. Florida. Hillsborough Co.: University of South Florida Botanical Gardens.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Notes:CULTIVATED.
Collector:J. Murray E236
Date:Apr-May 1977
Accession No:127551
Image:127551.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:Jamaica. Cornwall Co. Trelawny Par.: Cockpit country ca. 5 mi. N of Quick Step, above Aberdeen Post Office.
Description:Fronds 7 ft. tall. 
Habitat:In moist glades.
Collector:G. R. Proctor 4150
Date:09 Mar 1950
Accession No:107
Image:107.jpg

Family Name:Dennstaedtiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Dennstaedtia bipinnata (Cav.) Maxon
Locality:USA. Florida. Seminole Co.: Sweetwater Park, Oviedo; ca. 38.75 m N of corner post marker on S end of boardwalk. 38º 40’ 47” N 81º 12’ 22” W
Description:Stand covers ca. 0.3 acres; mature fronds to 2.4 m tall. 
Habitat:Seepage stream with Taxodium Acer, and Rhapidophyllum
Collector:A. Bard s.n.
  with I.J. Stout
Date:21 May 2017
Accession No:295798
Image:295798.jpg

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