Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (4) Download

Family Name:Celastraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq.
Locality:USA. Illinois. DeKalb Co.: In the Sorensen garden in SW DeKalb city.
Description:Shrub, 2.5 m tall (after 4 seasons); a pistillate plant with deep maroon petals. 
Habitat:In light shade; soils fine textured.
Notes:CULTIVATED. Purchased as a young plant from Possibility Place Nursery, Monee, Illinois; Said to have been grown from seed collected locally.
Collector:P. D. Sorensen 11-05
Date:12 Jun 2011
Accession No:275908
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Family Name:Celastraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Greene Co.: 1 mi. E of Boligee.
Description:Petals crimson, young stems, green, common. 
Habitat:Rich, low woods; prairie soil.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:J. L. Thomas 2054
Date:09 May 1969
Accession No:126554
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Family Name:Celastraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq.
Locality:USA. Tennessee. Clay Co.: Turkey creek, western clay county.
Habitat:Shaded woods.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:V. E. McNeilus 91-352
Date:28 May 1991
Accession No:207582
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Family Name:Celastraceae
Currently Accepted Name:Euonymus atropurpureus Jacq.
Locality:USA. North Carolina. Rockingham Co.: Matrimony creek, Leaksville.
Habitat:Alluvial woods.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:A. E. Radford 44724
Date:05 May 1966
Accession No:77486
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