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Search for FLAS accession number: 123360 Total specimen records retrieved: 1


Taxon Family (modern) Accession #
Sideroxylon lycioides    Sapotaceae FLAS 123360
ID history :
  • [Ann.:] Bumelia lycioides (L.) Pers. [Det.:] R.D. Whetstone [Det. date:] 1982 [Det. inst.:] Herbarium of Jacksonville State University
  • [Orig. id.:] Bumelia lycioides (L.) Persoon
    Collector/# : D.L. Martin / S.T. Cooper  880
    Date coll. : 14 October 1975
    Locality &
     label text
    : United States: Florida: Putnam County. [...] One shrub seen in this section of river swamp. To 1.5 m tall. Growing with Ulmus americana, Itea virginica, Baccharis glomerufolia [sic, Baccharis glomeruliflora]. [Sensitive locality data has been removed: contact the UF Herbarium if you require more detailed information.]
    Notes : [Label heading:] Cross Florida Barge Canal Study. GFWFC.
    [Commentary ann.:] Bumelia. Re: FLAS 19215, 33556, 41581, 76443, 111925 & 123360. These six sheets have been removed from Bumelia lycioides, I think none of them are that species. Some and perhaps all are Bumelia lanuginosa. But I'm not now ready to so annotate them. Bumelia lycioides is probably only in the Panhandle, east, according to Kurz & Godfrey, to the shores of Lake Miccosukee in Jefferson Co. Its leaves are acute and veiny. It has prominent spurs and thorns. I'd judge the peduncles are somewhat more stout than some of these. Daniel B. Ward. 9 Feb. 1977.
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