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Search for FLAS accession number: 261892 Total specimen records retrieved: 1


Taxon Family (modern) Accession #
Dichanthelium aciculare var. ramosum    Poaceae FLAS 261892
ID history :
  • [Ann.:] Dichanthelium aciculare (Desv. ex Poir.) Gould & C.A.Clark var. ramosum (Griseb.) Davidse [Det. ref:] Per Soreng, et al. Catalogue of New World Grasses (CNWG) website. [Det.:] S. Barry Davis [Det. inst.:] FLAS [Det. date:] Feb 2017
  • [Orig. id.:] Dichanthelium angustifolium (Ell.) Gould [Det.:] R.J.L.
    Collector/# : Susan C. Carr  5991
    Date coll. : 19 October 2001
    Locality &
     label text
    : United States: Florida: Columbia County. River Rise State Park. River Rise State Preserve, about 3 miles northwest of High Springs. From entrance on Hwy 27, go east, then north on dirt roads. Plot is just north of inholding. Upland longleaf pine woodland, with canopy of mature Pinus palustris. Hardwood species in subcanopy and midstory include Quercus falcata, Q. margaretta, Carya tomentosa, Cornus florida, Prunus serotina, Persea palustris. Ground cover dominants include Aristida beyrichiana, Dichanthelium spp., Sorgastrum secundum [Sorghastrum secundum], S. nutans, Pteridium aquilinum, Eupatorium spp. Lat. 29 52.208'N Long. 82 38.055'W Datum: WGS84.
    Notes : [Label note:] Fire-adapted Pineland Vegetation of Florida: FL Nongame Program project NG98-016. Plot FL161.
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