Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (1)

Rhododendron alabamense Rehd.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:ERICACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Rhododendron alabamense Rehd. - Determined By: Charles N. Horn, _-_-2012
Herbarium Name Used:Rhododendron alabamense Rehd.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Bibb: Along Six Mile Creek, tributary of Little Cahaba River, about 1.2 mi (air) northwest of AL Hwy 25 crossing at Six Mile, about 9 mi northeast of Centreville. 33° 01' 01" N, 87° 01' 10" W
Description:Shrub, 1.5 m tall, flowers very sweetly fragrant, corolla white with yellow patch on upper lobe, anthers orange, uncommon. With Acer, Catalpa, Hamamelis virtginiana, Morus alba, Sabal minor, Liriodendron, Ulmus alata, U. americana, Cercis, Itea. 
Habitat:Stream bank in bottomland hardwood forest
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:90 Meters
Collector:Fishbein, Mark 4994
  with Mike Hardig & Wes Cunningham
Date:03 May 2003
Accession No:UNA00061713
Image:UNA00061713.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Jan 2022

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