Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (3)

Polygala leptostachys Shuttlew.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:POLYGALACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Polygala leptostachys Shuttlew.
Herbarium Name Used:Polygala Leptostachys Shuttlew.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Escambia: Conecuh National Forest; N Of Road To Hines Lake (Fs 3506) And W Of Barney Road. Dry To Xeric Knoll Among Moist Longleaf
Habitat:Controlled Burn Here Earlier This Year. Local, Uncommon, With Pinus Palustris, Euphorbia Floridana, Ceanothus Microphyllus, Eriogonum Tomentosum.
Reproductive State:FRUIT
Collector:Sorrie, Bruce A. 8974
Date:6 Aug 1996
Accession No:AUA_ACC_59881
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 31 Oct 2021

Polygala leptostachys Shuttleworth
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:POLYGALACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Polygala leptostachys Shuttleworth
Herbarium Name Used:Polygala leptostachys Shuttleworth
Locality:Alabama, Escambia, Contact herbarium listed above if additional information is required.
Habitat:dry to xeric knoll among moist longleaf pine-wiregrass-shrub flatwoods. Controlled burn here earlier this year
Collector:Sorrie, B.A. 8974
Date:06 Aug 1996
Accession No:UWAL0037573
Image:UWAL0037573.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 03 Jun 2020

Polygala leptostachys Shuttleworth ex A. Gray
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:POLYGALACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Polygala leptostachys Shuttleworth ex A. Gray
Herbarium Name Used:Polygala leptostachys Shuttleworth ex A. Gray
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 on hillside. Associated with turkey oak, sand post oak, Vaccinium arboreum, V. elliottii, Andropogon ssp., Sporobolus junceus.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 3403
Date:26 Jul 1967
Accession No:USAM000012928
Image:USAM000012928.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

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