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Search for FLAS accession number: 205028 Total specimen records retrieved: 1


Taxon Family (modern) Accession #
Quercus pumila    Fagaceae FLAS 205028 Isotype
ID history :
  • [Orig. id.:] Quercus elliottii Wilbur ined. [Det.:] R.L. Wilbur [Det. date:] XII.2000
    Collector/# : John B. Nelson  21668 [coll. with] Judd Wood
    Date coll. : 13 X 2000
    Locality &
     label text
    : United States: South Carolina: Hampton County. Low shrubs, scarcely over 1 m tall, frequently much-branched with spreading branches; some plants relatively easily unearthed with rootstocks, otherwise solidly seated in loamy sand; leaves variably shiny dark green, rugose above, abundantly short-pubescent below, the older leaves with a "dirtier" look on lower surface; acorns variable, the largest (=most well-developed?) gun-metal blue to blackish, and scurfy; acorns fairly hard to find, as many have already fallen; locally abundant with Pinus palustris, Quercus marilandica, Q. virginiana, Rhus copallina, Lyonia mariana, Gaylussacia frondosa, Salvia azurea, Aster walteri, A. concolor, A. tortifolius, Solidago odora, Aristida stricta, Andropogon ternarius, Schizachyrium scoparium, pine savanna along NW margin of Piggys Road, 1 mi W of main office at James W. Webb Wildlife Center, 4.2 mi W of Garnett off Sec Hwy 20; 32.6216N 81.3213W, 54' elev.
    Notes : [Label note:] Isotype
    Images :
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    [fragment packet (acorn)]
    Stable URL : https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/herbarium/cat/search.asp?accno=205028

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