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Search for FLAS accession number: 272605 Total specimen records retrieved: 1

Taxon Family (modern) Accession #
Lantana montevidensis    Verbenaceae FLAS 272605
ID history :
  • [Orig. id.:] Lantana montevidensis (Spreng.) Briq.
    Collector/# : Carlee Steppe  
    Date coll. : 15 February 2019
    Locality &
     label text
    : United States: Florida: Alachua County. Gainesville: University of Florida Department of Environmental Horticulture research greenhouse. Cultivated in greenhouse. Trailing shrub with very prostrate habit, 8 cm tall, with musky odor. Leaves are smaller, darker, and have more pronounced marginal serrations than cultivated varieties from the USA. Flowers dark to light purple with white to yellow centers. Plant sets fruit profusely (fertile tetraploid). Fruit round, turning from green to dark purple as they mature. Vegetative material collected from naturalized population in Toowong, Australia, by staff of the Queensland Herbarium.
    Notes : [Project:] Steppe, C. et al. 2019. Morphological and Cytological Comparisons of Eight Varieties of Trailing Lantana (Lantana montevidensis) Grown in Florida. HortScience 54(12): 2134-2138.
    [Coll. permit:] Imported to Florida under USDA/APHIS permit number P-37-17-01621.
    [Inst. info.:] University of Florida Herbarium (FLAS). Gainesville, Florida. U.S.A.
    [Common name:] trailing shrubverbena, trailing lantana, creeping lantana, purple lantana
    Images :
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    Stable URL : https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/herbarium/cat/search.asp?accno=272605

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