Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (84)

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq) Woods
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq) Woods
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Locality:USA. Alabama. Blount: 3.4 air mi. SE of Locust Fork. Along E side of Co. Rd. 15 just N of jct with Hendrick Mill Branch. 33° 52' 37" N, 86° 34' 08" W
Habitat:Rich calcareous woods.
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 6411
Date:30 Apr 2011
Accession No:UWAL0030154
Image:UWAL0030154.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 03 Jun 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Locality:USA. Alabama. Lee: Ca. 6 miles south Roxana on dirt road by granite outcrop.
Habitat:Dirt road.
Collector:R. Kral 62031
Date:17 Jun 1978
Accession No:AMAL00007815
Image:AMAL00007815.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 20 May 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: 5 mi. W of Scottsboro limits by US 72.
Habitat:Small limestone glade.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:Kral, R. 67374
Date:08 Jun 1981
Accession No:UWAL0000415
Image:UWAL0000415.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: 0.2 air mi. N of Cool Springs. Along S side of Alabama Hwy. 23 on top of limestone road embankment just N of junction with John Ramsey Road. 33° 47' 49" N, 86° 19' 41" W
Habitat:Margin of calcareous woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:631 Feet
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 3621
Date:27 May 2007
Accession No:UWAL0000416
Image:UWAL0000416.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: 2.4 air mi. SW of Gallant. Northern most knob of northern offshoot of Little Red Mountain just S of Co. Rd. 35 ca. 0.4 mi. W of Etowah county line. 33° 58' 25" N, 86° 16' 25" W
Habitat:Calcareous woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 4493
Date:26 May 2008
Accession No:UWAL0000417
Image:UWAL0000417.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: A. Krings, 2004
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Tuscaloosa: Lake Harris. Ca 7 mi NE of downtown Tuscaloosa T20S R9W S27 SW1/4
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Terri Dixie s.n.
  with Pam Williams
Date:25 May 1989
Accession No:UNA00038545
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: John H. Wiersema, 1983
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Cullman: mi of Cullman.
Habitat:rich shaded banks
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Charles Mohr s.n.
Date:_ May _
Accession No:UNA00068587
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: John H. Wiersema, 1983
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: mi of Stevenson. 34° 52' 06" N, 85° 50' 22" W
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Biltmore Herbarium s.n.
Date:_ Aug 1899
Accession No:UNA00068585
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Tuscaloosa: Little Hurrican Creek.
Habitat:at edge f decidious woods in valley.
Collector:M. L. Cameron s.n.
Date:14 Jun 1952
Accession No:UNA00069313
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: John H. Wiersema, 1983
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Tuscaloosa: mi of Tuscaloosa.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Eugene A. Smith s.n.
Date:16 May 1874
Accession No:UNA00068588
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Blount: 2 mi SW of Highland Lake. West side of Co. Rd 26 just N of jct with unmarked road. T13S R2E S28 33° 52' 01" N, 86° 26' 39" W
Description:Vine. 
Habitat:Roadside bank cut.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Brian R. Keener 809
Date:23 May 1998
Accession No:UNA00058484
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: R. Kral
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Blount: I-65, E side, 4 mi. N of jct. AL 160 (Hayden's Corner) 33° 53' 04" N, 86° 05' 42" W
Habitat:clay loam over limestone, transition to upland oak-pine
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 88293
Date:10 May 1999
Accession No:UNA00058937
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Greene: 1.5 miles East of City limits of Boligee m. US HWY 11.
Description:Perennial vine, milky latex. Growing in open shade near a small stream. Infrequent. 
Habitat:Low rich woods, black prairie soil.
Collector:Joab L. Thomas 2112
Date:25 May 1969
Accession No:UNA00069318
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: John H. Wiersema, 1983
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: near Silvers Mill
Habitat:rich shaded banks
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Charles Mohr s.n.
Date:18 May 1888
Accession No:UNA00068584
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: John H. Wiersema, 1983
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Hale: mi of Gallion.
Habitat:damp wooded banks
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Charles Mohr s.n.
Date:24 May 1893
Accession No:UNA00068586
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: H. Naugle
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Greene: On HWY 39. 2.4 miles Northeast from junction of HWY 39 and HWY 19. side of road by fence.
Habitat:blsck belt soil.
Collector:H. Naugle 233
Date:25 Apr 1967
Accession No:UNA00069317
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Tuscaloosa:
Description:A twinning vine, purple-brown flowers. 
Habitat:Cray soil, moist, shaded woods.
Collector:Norris H. Williams 97
Date:28 Apr 1963
Accession No:UNA00069315
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: A. Krings, 2008
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Blount: 1 mi S of Summit. On NE side of lake on SE side of 231, 1 mi. S of Summit. T10S R1E S1 34° 11' 31" N, 86° 29' 35" W
Description:Corolla dark brown to black. 
Habitat:Limestone Glade.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Brian R. Keener 760
Date:10 May 1998
Accession No:UNA00054110
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:Asclepiadaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods. - Determined By: R. Kral, Oct 2006
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: 10.4 mi. n. Pell City
Description:fls.maroon 
Habitat:vine on granitic bouldery ridge under longleaf pine
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 65093
Date:16 May 1980
Accession No:UNA00065565
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 21 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods
Locality:USA. Alabama. Macon: Blackbelt prairie copse, 6 miles south Society Hill.
Description:Petals maroon. 
Habitat:Blackbelt prairie.
Collector:R. Kral 62028
  with J. Freeman
Date:16 Jun 1978
Accession No:AMAL00007812
Image:AMAL00007812.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 20 May 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woods.
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: 0.2 air miles north of Cool Springs. Along south side of AL. Hwy. 23 on top of limestone road embankment just north of jct. with John Ramsey Road. 33° 47' 49" N, 86° 19' 41" W
Habitat:Margin of calcareous woods.
Collector:Brian R. Keener 3621
Date:27 May 2007
Accession No:AMAL00015395
Image:AMAL00015395.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 20 May 2019

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Coosa: CA. 6.75 AIR MILES WSW OF ROCKFORD; AT JCT OF SWAMP AND HATCHETT CREEKS ON COOSA CO RD 29.
Habitat:RARE IN OPEN PLACES AND ROADBANKS.
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:REDMOND, BILL 84
Date:23 JUN 1973
Accession No:AUA_ACC025485
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Lee: CA. 1/2 MI N OF THE LESEUR MILL SITE ON ROPES CREEK; BETWEEN ROXANA AND NOTASULGA.
Habitat:SCATTERED PLANTS; RICH WOODS WITH AESCULUS PARVIFLORA. SYMPATRIC WITH M. GONOCARPA.
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:FREEMAN, JOHN D. S. N.
Date:2 JUN 1987
Accession No:AUA_ACC046957
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. DeKalb: AL 117; S OF MENTONE; JUST SW OF N ENTRANCE TO DESOTO FALLS STATE PARK.
Habitat:ROADSIDE.
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:ATKINSON, T. A. 2024
  with K. E. LANDERS T. COCHIS, F. SALTER
Date:11 MAY 1977
Accession No:AUA_ACC040788
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Macon: BURNED OVER HILLSIDE, ALONG ROAD 901; TUSKEEGEE NAT. FOREST, 17 MILES SOUTH OF AUBURN.
Habitat:FAIRLY ABUNDANT POP.
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:MOORE, HAROLD D. 193-69
Date:9 MAY 1969
Accession No:AUA_ACC019242
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Tallapoosa: BICOLOR FOOD PATCH, EXPERIMENT STATION.
Reproductive State:STERILE
Collector:RAUSCH, R. A. 
Date:3 MAY 1954
Accession No:AUA_ACC003930
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Dale: CA. 1/2 MI NE OF THE INTERSECTION OF ALABAMA HWY 248 AND CLAYBANK CREEK ON FORT RUCKER U.S. MILITARY RESERVATION.
Habitat:WOODED SLOPES NEAR A STREAM; COROLLA MAROON; LEAVES CORDATE AND ACUMINATE.
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:RICHARDS, ROBERT 75
Date:16 MAY 1981
Accession No:AUA_ACC047327
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Limestone: unspecified 34° 55' 12" N, 86° 50' 24" W
Habitat:VINING OVER LOW SHRUBS ALONG CREEK FLOODPLAIN
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:BARGER, T. WAYNE SP1171
Date:16 JUN 2013
Accession No:AUA000028207
Image:AUA000028207.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Morgan: 5 MI EAST OF HARTSELLE OFF CEDAR COVE ROAD NEAR OLD ROCK QUARRY.
Habitat:VINE WITH MAROON COROLLA.
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:WILLIAMS, SUSAN 127
Date:13 MAY 1972
Accession No:AUA_ACC038237
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Russell: 1 MI SOUTH OF LEE COUNTY LINE ON ALABAMA HWY 37.
Description:CORDATE LEAVES, MAROON PETALS, FLOWERS IN UMBELS. 
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:MCLENDON, DEAN B. 151
Date:18 MAY 1983
Accession No:AUA_ACC046584
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Herbarium Name Used:MATELEA CAROLINENSIS (JACQ.) WOODS.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Madison: EDGE OF OPEN, WOODED HILLSIDE; ALABAMA A&M COLLEGE CAMPUS, NORMAL
Reproductive State:FLOWER
Collector:JOYNER, H.W. 
Date:22 MAY 1965
Accession No:AUA_ACC002687
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woodson
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Madison: Limestone outcrop, the Devil's Racetrack on Wade Mountain.
Habitat:Limestone outcrop.
Collector:S. J. Threlkeld 1064
  with W. B. Threlkeld
Date:22 Jul 1997
Accession No:AMAL00005896
Image:AMAL00005896.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 20 May 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacq.) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Bullock: on southwest side of South Pond on WMA 32° 01' 12" N, 85° 28' 44" W
Habitat:rich, mesic slope woods
Collector:Soehren, Eric C. 564
Date:07 Jun 2018
Accession No:UWAL0045398
Image:UWAL0045398.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 14 Jul 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of North Alabama Herbarium (UNAF)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Limestone: Goode's Farm
Collector:Goode, Nila 000234
Date:19 May 1973
Accession No:UNAF0000678
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 08 Sep 2017

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Conecuh: 0.3 mile west of un-numbered paved county road. 31° 35' 28" N, 87° 01' 16" W
Habitat:Sandy hardwood hillside near a small drain.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:429 Feet
Collector:Wayne Webb s.n.
Date:15 May 2014
Accession No:TROY000039272
Image:TROY000039272.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2018

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Lowndes: 32° 03' 44" N, 86° 44' 07" W
Habitat:Pine plantation at edge of rich hardwood slope facing Dry Cedar Creek.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:312 Feet
Collector:Wayne K. Webb s.n.
Date:30 May 2013
Accession No:TROY000037850
Image:TROY000037850.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2018

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Conecuh: South side of small tributary of Spring Creek, 0.45 mile south of Conecuh County Hwy 78. 31° 38' 01" N, 87° 03' 09" W
Habitat:Steep north facing hardwood slope on sandy clay soil.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Elevation:465 Feet
Collector:Alvin R. Diamond 24401
  with W. Webb
Date:28 Jul 2013
Accession No:TROY000038188
Image:TROY000038188.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2018

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Coosa: Just east of Alabama Hwy. 53 and north of Coosa County Hwy. 40. 32° 50' 20" N, 86° 13' 14" W
Habitat:Along south side of pond on Flat Branch.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:500 Feet
Collector:Alvin R. Diamond 24065
  with Hunter Hill
Date:20 May 2013
Accession No:TROY000037648
Image:TROY000037648.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2018

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Butler: 0.53 mile east of Alabama Hwy 263. 31° 55' 33" N, 86° 41' 03" W
Description:Flowers vary from dark brown to lemmon yellow. 
Habitat:Old logging road on the east side of Cedar Creek.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:360 Feet
Collector:Alvin R. Diamond 23987
  with P. C. Harris
Date:05 May 2013
Accession No:TROY000037735
Image:TROY000037735.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2018

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: Vicinity of blowing cave; 34 39.654' N, 85 54.651' W.
Habitat:Limestone slope, dry-mesic woods just above spring head.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:K. R. Brodeur 708
  with R. D. Whetstone, S. J. Threlkeld
Date:22 May 1998
Accession No:JSU120446
Image:JSU120446.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson - Determined By: R. Kral
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Blount: I-65, E sode, 4 mi. N of jct. AL 160 (Hayden's Corner).
Habitat:Clay loam over over limestone, transition to upland oak-pine.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. Kral 88293
Date:10 May 1999
Accession No:JSU120437
Image:JSU120437.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: Moist ditch along a roadside, ca. 2 miles east of Springville and 3/4 mile S. of I59 on Hwy 23.
Habitat:Associated with Silphium asteriscus and Specularia.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. David Whetstone RDW-28
  with Kenneth E. Landers
Date:22 May 1972
Accession No:JSU120455
Image:JSU120455.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: Off Co. Rd. 21, ca. 1.5 mi. e. of Ala. 79; ca. 2 mi. w. of Hollands Chapel.
Habitat:Southern slope; open limestone (cedar) glade.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. D. Whetstone 4162
  with J. R. Massey
Date:4 Jun 1975
Accession No:JSU120443
Image:JSU120443.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson - Determined By: Daniel D. Spaulding, 01 May 2007
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Cleburne: SW facing shale slope next to Jewell Road. T17S, R9E, NW1/4 Sec 6.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. E. Hruska 151
  with S. E. Bailey
Date:9 May 1994
Accession No:JSU120440
Image:JSU120440.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Marshall: US 431, ca. 4.0 mi. s. of Guntersville Dam Rd.
Habitat:Flat, open cedar glade; xeric.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. D. Whetstone 4197
  with G. A. Wayner
Date:2 Jun 1975
Accession No:JSU120451
Image:JSU120451.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Marshall: Woodland border along roadside near Moonshine Trail. Lake Guntersville State Park; Sequatchie Valley District of the Cumberland Plateau.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:D. D. Spaulding 2769
Date:30 Aug 1992
Accession No:JSU120452
Image:JSU120452.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Marshall: Wooded slope next to road near Moonshine Trail. Lake Guntersville State Park; in the Tennessee Valley region of the Cumberland Plateau.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. D. Spaulding 1764
Date:21 May 1992
Accession No:JSU120453
Image:JSU120453.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jefferson: Along AL. Hwy. 150 ca. 100 yds. E. of S. Shades Crest Rd.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. P. Barber 560
Date:17 May 1984
Accession No:JSU120448
Image:JSU120448.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: Moist ditch along a roadside, ca. 2 miles east of Springville and 3/4 mile S. of I59 on Hwy 23.
Habitat:Associated with Silphium asteriscus and Specularia.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. David Whetstone s.n.
  with Kenneth E. Landers
Date:22 May 1972
Accession No:JSU120456
Image:JSU120456.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Etowah: Border of limestone woods at Zebra Quarry off Quarry Road east of Keysburg and Glencoe on Colvin Mountain off Ford Valley Road.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. Hodge-Spaulding 4483
  with D. D. Spaulding, J. M. Ballard, Terri Dobson-Ballard, Eric & Trisha Alford, Jim Allison
Date:1 Jun 1996
Accession No:JSU120441
Image:JSU120441.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Etowah: Roadside by old homestead off Hinds Road above Black Creek near Noccalula Falls.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. M. Hodge 1450
  with D. D. Spaulding
Date:11 May 1994
Accession No:JSU120442
Image:JSU120442.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: N. of Estill Forks near Grays Chapel Church.
Habitat:East-facing slope; limestone.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. D. Whetstone 11218
  with K. E. Landers
Date:25 May 1982
Accession No:JSU120445
Image:JSU120445.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson - Determined By: Daniel D. Spaulding, 01 May 2007
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Calhoun: Along Co. Rd. 57, ca. 5 mi. E. of Camp Cotaquilla. T14S, R9E, Sect. 33.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. L. Lawler 498
  with K. E. Landers, C. A. Misko, S. A. Wages
Date:17 May 1986
Accession No:JSU120438
Image:JSU120438.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Calhoun: Along perimeter of Overton Lake. T13S, R8E, Sect. 1.
Habitat:Alluvial woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. L. Lawler 603
  with K. E. Landers, R. L. Naugher, S. E. Phillips
Date:27 May 1986
Accession No:JSU120439
Image:JSU120439.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jefferson: Along AL 150 ca. 1/2 mi. s. of jct. w/ Co. Rd. 97 & 2.
Habitat:Roadside, exposed sandstone, & creek bottom.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:J. P. Barber 1523
  with M. G. Bussey, R. D. Whetstone, K. E. Landers
Date:23 May 1985
Accession No:JSU120450
Image:JSU120450.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Randolph: T21S, R10E, E 1/2 sect. 35. River bottoms along the E. bank of the Tallapoosa River and the small road passing through the area.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:C. F. Nixon 4193
  with G. D. Bryant, Dena Lowrey
Date:17 Aug 1988
Accession No:JSU120454
Image:JSU120454.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: Crow Mountain, just n. of jct. AL 79 & 72.
Habitat:Limestone outcrops; cedar glade comm. (disturbed).
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. D. Whetstone 10600
  with C. A. Bollinger
Date:30 Apr 1981
Accession No:JSU120444
Image:JSU120444.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: Limestone slope on county road 91 near boarding ramp to ferry across Tennessee River.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. D. Whetstone s.n.
  with J. M. Ballard, L. M. Hodge, T. L. Dobson
Date:28 Apr 1994
Accession No:JSU120447
Image:JSU120447.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson - Determined By: J. Farmer, 01 Jan 1985
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jefferson: 15th St. Rd. from W. Highlands ca. 2 mi. NNW of Virginia Dr. (Co. Rd. 29) jct.
Habitat:Roadside, creekbed, slate type slopes.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. P. Barber 551
  with M. G. Bussey
Date:18 May 1984
Accession No:JSU120449
Image:JSU120449.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Butler: Alabama Hwy. 263 at the south side of the South Fork of Cedar Creek. 31° 55' 04" N, 86° 41' 03" W
Habitat:Hardwoods over limestone ca. 0.33 mile east of road.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:322 Feet
Collector:Alvin R. Diamond 22951
  with Wayne Webb
Date:22 Apr 2012
Accession No:TROY000034845
Image:TROY000034845.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Butler: 3.29 miles due west of Alabama Hwy. 263, and 0.86 mile south of the Lowndes County line. 31° 56' 57" N, 86° 45' 43" W
Habitat:Cut-over Blackbelt Area
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:328 Feet
Collector:Alvin R. Diamond 21907
  with Wayne K. Webb
Date:17 Apr 2011
Accession No:TROY000032377
Image:TROY000032377.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Randolph: T21S, R10E, E 1/2 sect. 35. River bottoms along the east bank of the Tallapoosa River and the small road passing through the area.
Habitat:River bottoms.
Collector:C.F. Nixon 4193
  with G. D. Bryant, Dena Lowery
Date:17 Aug 1988
Accession No:AMAL00010904
Image:AMAL00010904.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 20 May 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Morgan: 1 mi. w. Brooksville by Ala. 67. 34° 09' 37" N, 86° 29' 34" W
Habitat:Wooded edge of gravelly pasture.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:932 Feet
Collector:Kral, Robert 34863
Date:25357
Accession No:BRIT67064
Image:BRIT67064.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 09 Oct 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Hale: Oakmulgee District of Talladega National Forest. Forest Service Road 702D. 32° 56' 54" N, 87° 29' 42" W
Habitat:Xeric longleaf pine forest on ridge.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:409 Feet
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 13906
  with Michael Woods
Date:37754
Accession No:BRIT67063
Image:BRIT67063.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 09 Oct 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Macon: 6 miles south Society Hill
Description:Petals maroon 
Habitat:Blackbelt prairie copse
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Robert Kral 62028
  with John D. Freeman
Date:16 Jun 1978
Accession No:TROY000001320
Image:TROY000001320.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 10 Dec 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Lee: Ca 6 miles south Roxana on dirt road by granite outcrop.
Habitat:Dirt road by granite outcrop
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:Robert Kral 62031
Date:17 Jun 1978
Accession No:TROY000001319
Image:TROY000001319.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 10 Dec 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Geneva: vic. Of High Bluff; T2N, R23E, S2, NE/4. 31° 10' 38" N, 85° 42' 26" W
Description:Flowers maroon & pubescent above Rare
Habitat:Wooded ravine along Hurricane Creek., Growing with nearby Castanea pumila, Tilia heterophylla, Heliopsis heliamthoides, Calycanthus floridus, & Spigelia marilandica.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:263 Feet
Collector:John R. MacDonald 11202
Date:10 May 1998
Accession No:TROY000001317
Image:TROY000001317.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 10 Dec 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Houston: Vicinity of Columbia; Woods along Thomas Creek north from junction with Hwy. 22. T4N, R29E, Sec 21 SW1/4.
Description:Flowers maroon, pubescent on upper surface of corolla. Occasional
Habitat:Woods; along mid to upper slope in woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:John R. MacDonald 11086
Date:30 Apr 1998
Accession No:TROY000001318
Image:TROY000001318.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 10 Dec 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Dale: Small dirt road off CR 14 at intersection of 14 & 59 SW section. T4N, R25E, Sec 2.
Description:Petals maroon, in clusters of 8-10, flowers axillary, leaves opposite, vine. 
Habitat:Mesic woods, growning in shade
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Tiffany Pennington 572
Date:20 Apr 2000
Accession No:TROY000001316
Image:TROY000001316.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 10 Dec 2019

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Samford University Herbarium (SAMF)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson - Determined By: Brian R. Keener, 2016
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jefferson: Ruffner area.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Smith, Joanna s.n.
Date:12 May 1955
Accession No:SAMF0005131
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Blount: 2 air miles SW of Highland Lake. West side of Co Rd 26 just north of jct with unmarked road. T13S, R2E, S28. 33° 52' 01" N, 86° 26' 39" W
Description:Vine 
Habitat:Roadside bank cut.
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Elevation:871 Feet
Collector:Brian R. Keener 809
Date:23 May 1998
Accession No:TROY000014183
Image:TROY000014183.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Madison: The Devil's Racetrack on Wade Mountain
Habitat:Limestone outcrop.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:S. J. Thelkeld  1064
  with W. B. Thelkeld
Date:22 Jul 1997
Accession No:TROY000014187
Image:TROY000014187.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Tallapoosa: Coon Creek Forever Wild Tract. Collected on the north side of Coon Creek along drain leading south from access road. 32° 35' 52" N, 85° 52' 54" W
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:342 Feet
Collector:Terry Wayne Barger 136
  with Dan Tenaglia
Date:27 Apr 2006
Accession No:TROY000014188
Image:TROY000014188.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: 10.4 mi N Pell City 33° 44' 07" N, 86° 17' 10" W
Description:Vine, fls maroon 
Habitat:On granitic bouldery ridge under open longleaf pine
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:863 Feet
Collector:Robert Kral 65093
Date:16 May 1980
Accession No:TROY000014182
Image:TROY000014182.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. St. Clair: 0.2 air mi. N of Cool Springs. Along S side of Alabama Hwy. 23 on top of limestone road embankment just N of junction with John Ramsey Road. 33° 47' 49" N, 86° 19' 41" W
Habitat:Margin of calcareous woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:631 Feet
Collector:Brian R. Keener 3621
Date:27 May 2007
Accession No:TROY000016970
Image:TROY000016970.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: ca. 1 1/2 miles east of Hwy. 117 on Hwy. 91.
Description:Associated with Arisaema dracontium. 
Habitat:Moist roadside near a spring,
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Collector:R. David Whetstone n.s.
  with Kenneth E. Landers
Date:27 May 1972
Accession No:TROY000014186
Image:TROY000014186.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Hale: Oakmulgee District of the Talladega National Forest. . Forest Service Road 702D. 32° 56' 54" N, 87° 29' 42" W
Habitat:Xeric longleaf pine forest on ridge.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:409 Feet
Collector:Alvin R. Diamond 13906
  with Michael Woods
Date:13 May 2003
Accession No:TROY000014184
Image:TROY000014184.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:ASCLEPIADACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Jackson: Ca. 1.5 miles east of Hwy. 117 on Hwy. 91.
Description:Associated with Arisaema dracontium. 
Habitat:Moist roadside near a spring,
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Collector:R. David Whetstone n.s.
  with Kenneth E. Landers
Date:27 May 1972
Accession No:TROY000014185
Image:TROY000014185.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 12 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Coosa: Just east of Alabama Hwy. 53 and north of Coosa County Hwy. 40. 32° 50' 20" N, 86° 13' 14" W
Habitat:Along south side of pond on Flat Branch.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:525 Feet
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 24065
  with Hunter Hill
Date:20 May 2013
Accession No:UWAL0013761
Image:UWAL0013761.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 17 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Conecuh: South side of small tributary of Spring Creek, 0.45 mile south of Conecuh County Hwy. 78. 31° 38' 01" N, 87° 03' 09" W
Habitat:Steep north facing hardwood slope on sandy clay soil.
Elevation:465 Feet
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 24401
  with W. Webb
Date:28 Jul 2013
Accession No:UWAL0014157
Image:UWAL0014157.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 17 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Lowndes: Facing Dry Cedar Creek. 32° 03' 44" N, 86° 44' 07" W
Habitat:Pine plantation at edge of rich hardwood slope.
Elevation:314 ft
Collector:Webb, Wayne K. s.n.
Date:30 May 2013
Accession No:UWAL0013016
Image:UWAL0013016.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 17 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Butler: 0.53 mile east of Alabama Hwy 263. 31° 55' 33" N, 86° 41' 03" W
Description:Flowers vary from dark brown to lemmon yellow. 
Habitat:Old logging road on the east side of Cedar Creek.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:360 Feet
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 23987
  with P. C. Harris
Date:05 May 2013
Accession No:UWAL0013724
Image:UWAL0013724.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 17 Feb 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Franklin: 0.40 air mi. NNW of Newburg. Along S side of AL 24 approx. 0.39 mi. E of jct. with Co. Rd. 87. 34° 29' 09" N, 87° 34' 32" W
Habitat:Limestone glade surrounded by a Juniperus virginiana-Quercus spp.- Carya spp. forest.
Collector:England, J. Kevin 6347
Date:16 May 2016
Accession No:UWAL0032492
Image:UWAL0032492.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 03 Jun 2020

Matelea carolinensis (Jacquine) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquine) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea carolinensis (Jacquine) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Lawrence: 0.98 air mi. S of Wren. Along W side of AL Hwy 33 approx. 1.00 mi. S of jct. with AL Hwy 36. 34° 25' 10" N, 87° 18' 01" W
Habitat:Edge of dry, calcareous woods on roadside.
Collector:England, J. Kevin 4257
Date:16 May 2013
Accession No:UWAL0031587
Image:UWAL0031587.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 03 Jun 2020

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