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Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaneyFabaceae

ISOTYPE: FLAS 229927

Reference: DeLaney, Kris. 2010(Aug). Tephrosia mysteriosa (Fabaceae; Millettieae), a new species from central Florida. The Botanical Explorer 4: 99-126 (p. 101-102).


Collector: Kris R. DeLaney # 5353
Date coll.: 3 Aug 2006
United States: Florida: Highlands County. E of Avon Park at the Carter Creek Preserve, northern-most area of scrub hickory [Carya floridana] and sand pine [Pinus clausa] scrub, growing with many endemic associates, locally abundant along the open exposed edges in open areas of yellow sand, maximum leaflets 9-13 per leaf, upper leaflet surface very minutely tawny pilose, 27.55932N, 81.41467W epsg: 4367 /GPS. Isotype.

Notes: [Label footing:] University of South Florida Herbarium (USF)

Id. history:
[Ann.:] Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney [Det. note:] Isotype. DeLaney, Kris. 2010(Aug). Tephrosia mysteriosa (Fabaceae; Millettieae), a new species from central Florida. The Botanical Explorer 4: 99-126 (p. 101-102).
[Det.:] Ver. Kent D. Perkins [Det. date:] 28 Jul 2011
[Det. inst.:] FLAS

[Orig. id.:] Tephrosia mysteriosa DeLaney


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