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Search for FLAS accession number: 205126 Total specimen records retrieved: 1


Taxon Family (modern) Accession #
Asimina reticulata    Annonaceae FLAS 205126
ID history :
  • [Orig. id.:] Asimina reticulata Shuttlew. Ex Chapm. [Det.:] Jill Scanlon
    Collector/# : Jill Scanlon  182
    Date coll. : 03/05/01
    Locality &
     label text
    : United States: Florida: Citrus County. Crystal River State Buffer Preserve. Sterchi zone 1. Flatwoods. Frequent. Deciduous shrub one to two meters tall. White flowers. Endemic to Florida. Township/Range: SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of S9 T19S R17E.
    Notes : [Common name:] Netted pawpaw
    [Label footing:] Florida Department of Environmental Protection. The Crystal River State Buffer Preserve Herbarium.
    [Admin. note:] The number entered as coll. # actually appears at the top of the sheet as "Accession #". There are no collection numbers on the labels in this set, so the accession number is used for organizational purposes.
    [DNA ann.:] Small portion of leaf tissue removed for DNA analysis for: "A comparison of DNA preservation in plants." K. Neubig, P. Soltis, D. Soltis, et al. 2013.
    [DNA ann.:] Voucher for DNA analysis: "A phylogeny of the pawpaws is indicative of introgression based on plastid sequence and microsat genotype data." Kurt Neubig (FLAS) & J. Richard Abbott (MO). 2014.
    Images :
    [sheet (flowering)]
    Stable URL : https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/herbarium/cat/search.asp?accno=205126

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