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Search for FLAS accession number: 232253 Total specimen records retrieved: 1

Taxon Family (Engler) Accession #
Yucca filamentosa    Agavaceae FLAS 232253
ID history :
  • [Orig. id.:] Yucca filamentosa L.
    Collector/# : J. Richard Abbott  22662
    Date coll. : 9 June 2007
    Locality &
     label text
    : United States: Florida: Suwannee County. Little River Wildlife Management Area, Brantley Tract; north of Branford on U.S. 129 to O'Brien, then 3.4 miles west on C.R. 349 to public entrance; then 0.4 mile S to powerline, NW in powerline, then S and W on unmarked roads. Young pine plantation, managed as sandhill (pretty decent quality in many areas), with Pinus palustris, Quercus laevis, Q. margaretta, Q. incana, Rhus copallina, Rubus cuneifolius, Prunus umbellata, Vaccinium arboreum, V. stamineum, Setaria parviflora, Smilax glauca, S. auriculata, Vitis aestivalis, Parthenocissus quinquefolius, Physalis arenicola, Dicerandra linearifolia, Croton michauxii, Helianthemum carolinianum, Chamaecrista fasciculata, Bulbostylis ciliatifolia, Eriogonum tomentosum. Rosulate clumps of fibrous-fleshy leaves; inflorescence to ca 2 m tall; perianth and filaments white, with pale greenish tinge in bud and on lower inner surface; anthers pale yellow; ovary green; styles/stigmas greenish-whitish; common. Lat. 302'4.3"N Long. 830'30.9"W Datum: WGS84.
    Notes : [DNA ann.:] Voucher for plant DNA banking and barcoding projects by J. Richard Abbott & Kurt M. Neubig. [2012]
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