Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (4)

Matelea obliqua (Jacq.) Woodson
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea obliqua (Jacq.) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea obliqua (Jacq.) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Madison: Wade Mountain Preserve, along Wade Mountain Trail just before it joins with the Devil's Racetrack Trail 34° 49' 11" N, 86° 35' 53" W
Habitat:woods along edge of limestone glade
Collector:Finzel, Brian s.n.
Date:20 Oct 2019
Accession No:UWAL0045615
Image:UWAL0045615.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 14 Jul 2020

Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Calhoun: Roadside near a limestone outcrop, ca. 2 miles northeast of Nesbitt's Lake, near Jacksonville.
Habitat:Growing on a small pine tree.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. David Whetstone RDW 68
  with Kenneth E. Landers
Date:15 May 1972
Accession No:JSU120461
Image:JSU120461.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Calhoun: Roadside near a limestone outcrop, ca. 2 miles northeast of Nesbitt's Lake, near Jacksonville.
Habitat:Growing on a small pine tree.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. David Whetstone RDW 68
  with Kenneth E. Landers
Date:15 May 1972
Accession No:JSU120459
Image:JSU120459.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:APOCYNACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Herbarium Name Used:Matelea obliqua (Jacquin) Woodson
Locality:USA. Alabama. Calhoun: Roadside near a limestone outcrop, ca. 2 miles northeast of Nesbitt's Lake, near Jacksonville.
Habitat:Growing on a small pine tree.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. David Whetstone RDW 68
  with Kenneth E. Landers
Date:15 May 1972
Accession No:JSU120460
Image:JSU120460.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 11 Feb 2019

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