Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (22)

Liriope spicata Lour
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata Lour
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Baldwin County Hwy. 47, .1 mile east of Interstate Hwy. 65 31° 01' 06" N, 87° 39' 04" W
Habitat:In hardwood area with thick understory of Ligustrum sinense Lour
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 13220
Date:25 May 2002
Accession No:AMAL00001158
Image:AMAL00001158.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 13 Sep 2021

Liriope spicata Lour
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata Lour
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Dallas: Leading through old Pecan orchard by historic black cemeatary 32° 19' 31" N, 87° 05' 48" W
Habitat:In field
Collector:Barger, T. Wayne 130
  with Brian D. Holt
Date:20 Oct 2010
Accession No:AMAL00006652
Image:AMAL00006652.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 13 Sep 2021

Liriope spicata Lour
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata Lour
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Dallas: Leading through old Pecan orchard by historic black cemeatary 32° 19' 31" N, 87° 05' 48" W
Habitat:In field
Collector:Barger, T. Wayne 130
  with Brian D. Holt
Date:15 Mar 2010
Accession No:AMAL00018774
Image:AMAL00018774.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 13 Sep 2021

Liriope spicata Lour.
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Mobile: South of Three Mile Creek. University of South Alabama property. T4S, R2W, SE 1/4 of sec. 16.
Habitat:Dry, sandy longleaf pine woods. Associated with turkey oak, sand post oak, bluejack oak, winged sumac, Vaccinium arboreum, V. elliottii, Andropogon tener. Escaped.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 5165
Date:15 Jul 1969
Accession No:USAM000008193
Image:USAM000008193.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

Liriope spicata Lour.
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Dallas: Leading through old Pecan orchard by historic black cemeatary
Habitat:In field
Collector:Barger, T. Wayne 130
  with Brian D. Holt
Date:20 Oct 2010
Accession No:AMAL00018717
Image:AMAL00018717.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 13 Sep 2021

Liriope spicata Lour.
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:ASPARAGACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope Spicata Lour.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Shelby: Cahaba River At Co-29.
Habitat:Low Woods And Rich Decid. Slopes. In Low Area, Moist, Flowers: White.
Collector:Sessler, Ann H. 1733
Date:19 Jul 1977
Accession No:AUA_ACC_35011
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 31 Oct 2021

Liriope spicata Loureiro
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata Loureiro
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata Loureiro
Locality:USA. Alabama. Morgan: 1.52 air mi. WNW of Falkville. Flint Creek. Along S side of Co. Rd. 55 approx. 0.51 mi. W of jct. with Fricke Rd. SW. 34° 22' 23" N, 86° 56' 04" W
Habitat:Disturbed roadside near creek.
Collector:England, J. Kevin 10758
Date:22 Mar 2020
Accession No:UWAL0047981
Image:UWAL0047981.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Shelby: near boat launch area at end of Waxahatchee Road along Waxahatchee Creek 33° 01' 12" N, 86° 33' 16" W
Habitat:disturbed woods
Elevation:399 ft
Collector:Spaulding, Daniel D. 15088
Date:07 Oct 2017
Accession No:UWAL0038142
Image:UWAL0038142.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium:
Alabama Natural Heritage Herbarium (ALNHS)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Locality:Alabama, Houston, Contact herbarium listed above if additional information is required.
Collector:Barger, T. Wayne SP#294
  with Holt, Brian D.
Date:06 May 2011
Accession No:ALNHS00000601
Image:ALNHS00000601.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 15 Apr 2022

Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium:
Alabama Natural Heritage Herbarium (ALNHS)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Locality:Alabama, Houston, Contact herbarium listed above if additional information is required.
Collector:Barger, T. Wayne DTP-220
Date:Taylor, Chris T.
Accession No:ALNHS00003349
Image:ALNHS00003349.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 20 Apr 2022

Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunb.) Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thub.) Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Cleburne: Adjacent to 4566 CR-13 in Chulafinnee. Ashland (Northern) district of the Piedmont Upland 33° 33' 27" N, 85° 39' 00" W
Habitat:pasture
Elevation: to 873 ft
Collector:Spaulding, Daniel D.  15959
  with Melanie Spaulding
Date:20 Jul 2019
Accession No:UWAL0053292
Image:UWAL0053292.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 29 Jun 2022

Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Locality:USA. Alabama. Montgomery: Montgomery. Lagoon Park. Walking trail south of the picnic pavalion. 32° 24' 48" N, 86° 13' 28" W
Habitat:Low woods. Wet sandy soil.
Reproductive State:Bud
Elevation: to 170 Feet
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 27394
  with P. C. Harris
Date:12 May 2016
Accession No:TROY000044321
Image:TROY000044321.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 06 Sep 2021

Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Locality:USA. Alabama. Butler: Georgiana. Broad Street at east Rail Road Street. 31° 38' 07" N, 86° 44' 31" W
Habitat:Ditch along the railroad.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Elevation:299 Feet
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 24544
Date:14 Sep 2013
Accession No:TROY000039435
Image:TROY000039435.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 06 Sep 2021

Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Baldwin County Hwy. 47, .1 mile E of Interstate Hwy. 65. 31° 01' 06" N, 87° 39' 04" W
Habitat:In hardwood area with thick understory of Ligustrum sinense Lour.
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:239 Feet
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 13220
Date:25 May 2002
Accession No:TROY000011196
Image:TROY000011196.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 06 Sep 2021

Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Locality:USA. Alabama. Butler: Georgiana. Broad Street at east Rail Road Street. 31° 38' 07" N, 86° 44' 31" W
Habitat:Ditch along the railroad.
Elevation:299 ft
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 24544
Date:14 Sep 2013
Accession No:UWAL0015886
Image:UWAL0015886.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Locality:USA. Alabama. Madison: SE Huntsville along Ells Road 34° 35' 54" N, 86° 34' 26" W
Habitat:Extensively clumped plant in an unmowed backyard
Collector:Finzel, Brian s.n.
Date:21 Jul 2020
Accession No:UWAL0050251
Image:UWAL0050251.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Herbarium:
Jacksonville State University Herbarium (JSU)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro - Determined By: D. D. Spaulding, 01 Oct 2010
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicata (Thunberg) Loureiro
Locality:USA. Alabama. Shelby: Alluvial woods along the Cahaba River SE of Birmingham. Cahaba Ridge District of the Ridge & Valley.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:Spaulding, Daniel D. 10134
  with J. Mark Ballard & Terri L. Dobson-Ballard
Date:11 Oct 1997
Accession No:JSU102420
Image:JSU102420.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 06 Feb 2022

Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Blount: 4.5 mi NNE of Oneonta. Ravine at Horton Mill along creek. T12S R2E S5 34° 00' 27" N, 86° 26' 54" W
Habitat:Shady rich woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 1425
  with Robert R. Haynes & Steve L. Ginzbarg
Date:12 Aug 1998
Accession No:UNA00054577
Image:UNA00054577.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Jan 2022

Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Baldwin County Hwy. 47, .1 mile east of Interstate Hwy. 65 31° 01' 05" N, 87° 39' 03" W
Habitat:in hardwood area with thick understory of Ligustrum sinense Lour
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 13220
Date:25 May 2002
Accession No:UNA00058981
Image:UNA00058981.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Jan 2022

Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, between Biology and Chemistry Bldgs. 33° 12' 37" N, 87° 32' 38" W
Description:Dense clump under a large Quercus nigra . Fls. pale lilac 
Habitat:Shaded, moderately dry, flat, grassy area
Collector:Deramus, Rebecca 437
Date:23 Jul 1965
Accession No:UNA00007426
Image:UNA00007426.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Jan 2022

Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicatum Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Colbert: On north facing ravine (Cliff Haven) with exposed Tuscumbia Limestone & Fort payne Chert. Adjacent to the Tennessee River (Pickwick Lake) across from McFarland Park in Sheffield. Highland Rim of Interior Low Plateaus Province/Tennessee Valley D 34° 46' 35" N, 87° 40' 55" W
Description:Rich Woods. Slope scattered with clusters of this exotic along with Ophiopogon. Most likely spread from development above ravine. Vernacular name: Creepiong Lilyturf; Monkey-Grass. 
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:Spaulding, Daniel D. 12404
  with Brian R. Keener, Charlie Rose, & Jim Lacefield
Date:17 Apr 2006
Accession No:UNA00068918
Image:UNA00068918.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Jan 2022

Liriope spicatum (Thunb. ) Lour.
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:RUSCACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Liriope spicatum (Thunb. ) Lour.
Herbarium Name Used:Liriope spicatum (Thunb.) Lour.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Colbert: Adjacent to the Tennessee River (Pickwick Lake) acoss from McFarland Park in Sheffield. Highland Rim of the Interior Low Plateaus Province/Tennessee Valley District. 34° 46' 34" N, 87° 40' 55" W
Habitat:Rich woods on north facing ravine (Cliff Haven) with exposed Tuscumbia Limestone & Fort Payne Chert. Slope scattered with clusters of this exotic along with Ophiopogon. Most likely spread from development above ravine.
Collector:Spaulding, Daniel D. 12404
  with Brian R. Keener, Charlie Rose, & Jim Lacefield
Date:17 Apr 2006
Accession No:UWAL0004725
Image:UWAL0004725.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

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