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Taxon Family (modern) Accession #
Asimina reticulata    Annonaceae FLAS 215956
ID history :
  • [Orig. id.:] Asimina reticulata Shuttlew. ex Chapman
    Collector/# : Doug Goldman  2768 [coll. with] Catherine Airey
    Date coll. : 15 March 2004
    Locality &
     label text
    : United States: Florida: Polk County. Small shrubs 1- 3 ft tall, common, flowers fragrant, petals white abaxially. Growing in moist sandy-organic soil in a dry-mesic prairie, with Andropogon brachystachyus, Aristida beyrichiana, Carphephorus carnosus (rare), Dichanthelium leucothrix, Euthamia tenuifolia, Hypericum tetrapetalum, Hypoxis juncea, Lachnocaulon beyrichianum, Quercus minima, Serenoa repens, Syngonanthus flavidulus, Xyris brevifolia and X. caroliniana. To the NE corner of Management Unit 7, just SE of the NE corner of Alpha Range. Avon Park Air Force Range. Elev. about 75 ft. 2738'08"N, 8117'04"E. UTM 17 471943E, 3056850N.
    Notes : [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.
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