Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (7)

Hypoxis sessilis L.
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:HYPOXIDACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Hypoxis sessilis L. - Determined By: Daniel D. Spaulding, Jun 2014
Herbarium Name Used:Hypoxis sessilis L.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Mobile: Mobile County's 78-acre Lott Road Property.
Habitat:Plants occuring in sandy soils of a remnant longleaf pine sandhill community.
Collector:Howard E. Horne 2501
Date:03 Apr 2014
Accession No:AMAL00020340
Image:AMAL00020340.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 20 May 2019

Hypoxis sessilis L.
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:HYPOXIDACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Hypoxis sessilis L.
Herbarium Name Used:Hypoxis sessilis L.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: At 8720 Patterson Path. T8S R6E S16.
Description:Flowers yellow. 
Habitat:Unmowed understory.
Notes:Courtesy of the Weeks Bay Volunteers
Collector:Larsen, H.S. 1732
Date:19 Apr 2011
Accession No:UWAL0043210
Image:UWAL0043210.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Oct 2019

Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:HYPOXIDACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium Name Used:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Locality:USA. Alabama. Mobile: Southeast of Three Mile Creek. University of South Alabama property, Mobile. T4S, R2W, SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of sec. 16.
Habitat:Dry, sandy longleaf pine woods. Associated with turkey oak, sand post oak, Vaccinium arboreum, Smilax auriculata.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Michael G. LeLong 4299
Date:05 Apr 1968
Accession No:USAM000008175
Image:USAM000008175.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 13 Feb 2020

Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:HYPOXIDACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium Name Used:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Locality:USA. Alabama. Mobile: South of Three Mile Creek. University of South Alabama property, Mobile. T4S, R2W, SW 1/4 of sec. 16.
Habitat:Dry, sandy longleaf pine woods. In association with turkey oak, sand post oak, bluejack oak, winged sumac, Vaccinium arboreum, Andropogon tener, A. scoparius.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Michael G. LeLong 4389
Date:23 Apr 1968
Accession No:USAM000008174
Image:USAM000008174.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 13 Feb 2020

Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:HYPOXIDACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium Name Used:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Locality:USA. Alabama. Washington: 3.3 air mi. NNW of Vinegar Bend. Along S side of Co. Rd. 20 ca. 1.2 mi E of Al Hwy 57. 31° 18' 40" N, 88° 21' 03" W
Habitat:Seepage area along roadside.
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 5177
  with Tracy Duckworth
Date:13 Apr 2009
Accession No:UWAL0011815
Image:UWAL0011815.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 17 Feb 2020

Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:HYPOXIDACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium Name Used:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Locality:USA. Alabama. Escambia: Conecuh National Forest. Parker Springs Road (dirt), 0.16 mile west of Barney Road (dirt). 31° 02' 37" N, 86° 49' 12" W
Habitat:Dry sandy soil in full sun under power line R-O-W.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation: to 267 Feet
Collector:Alvin R. Diamond 27405
Date:15 May 2016
Accession No:TROY000044252
Image:TROY000044252.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Feb 2020

Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:HYPOXIDACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Herbarium Name Used:Hypoxis sessilis Linnaeus
Locality:USA. Alabama. Escambia: Conecuh National Forest. Parker Springs Road (dirt), 0.16 mi. W of Barney Road (dirt). 31° 02' 37" N, 86° 49' 12" W
Habitat:Dry sandy soil in full sun under power line R-O-W.
Elevation: to 267 ft
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 27405
Date:15 May 2016
Accession No:UWAL0033204
Image:UWAL0033204.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 03 Jun 2020

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