Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (6)

Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:MELANTHIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium Name Used:Trillium Luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Walker: 0.4 Air Mi. Sw Of Corona. Off Of Unmarked Road From Gibson Hill Rd. 0.2 Miles South Of Jct With Al St. 18. Nw Facing Slo 33° 42' 23" N, 87° 28' 34" W
Habitat:Very Steep Slope And Rich Woods. Petals Greenish Yellow. Flowers Smell Of Lemon. Common.
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 2457
Date:20 Mar 2003
Accession No:AUA000000265
Image:AUA000000265.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 31 Oct 2021

Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium Name Used:Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Locality:USA. Alabama. Tuscaloosa: 1.5 mi E of Windham Springs. East of Windham Springs off of and N of Co. Rd. 38 on NW facing slope adjacent to Pewter Creek. 33° 29' 03" N, 87° 28' 17" W
Description:Petals yellowish green and consistent throughout population. Flowers smell of lemon. 
Habitat:Rich deciduous woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 2451
  with George Wood & Bethany Barrett
Date:20 Mar 2003
Accession No:UNA00058467
Image:UNA00058467.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 15 Nov 2021

Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium Name Used:Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Locality:USA. Alabama. Walker: 0.4 mi SW of Corona. Off of unmarked road from Gibson Hill Rd. 0.2 miles south of jct with AL St. 18. NW facing slope of Gibson Hill. 33° 42' 23" N, 87° 28' 33" W
Description:Petals greenish yellow. Flowers smell of lemon. Common. 
Habitat:Very steep slope and rich woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 2457
  with George Wood & Bethany Barrett
Date:20 Mar 2003
Accession No:UNA00058765
Image:UNA00058765.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 15 Nov 2021

Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Herbarium Name Used:Trillium luteum (Muhl.) Harbison
Locality:USA. Alabama. Walker: 0.7 mi NW of Corona. N facing slope of Frost Hill, just W of Pendley Rd. 0.5 miles N of jct. with AL 18. 33° 43' 03" N, 87° 28' 49" W
Description:On this day, population at peak. Petals greenish yellow. Flowers smell of lemon. Common. 
Habitat:Very rich and old growth woods dominated by Fagus.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 2462
  with George Wood & Bethany Barrett
Date:20 Mar 2003
Accession No:UNA00058421
Image:UNA00058421.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 15 Nov 2021

Trillium luteum (Muhlenberg) Harbison
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:LILIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Trillium luteum (Muhlenberg) Harbison
Herbarium Name Used:Trillium luteum (Muhlenberg) Harbison
Locality:Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Contact herbarium listed above if additional information is required.
Habitat:rich deciduous woods
Reproductive State:Flower
Elevation:290 Feet
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 2451
  with George Wood, Bethany Barret
Date:20 Mar 2003
Accession No:TROY000025917
Image:TROY000025917.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 06 Sep 2021

Trillium luteum (Muhlenberg) Harbison
Herbarium:
Anniston Museum of Natural History Herbarium (AMAL)
Family:MELANTHIACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Trillium luteum (Muhlenberg) Harbison
Herbarium Name Used:Trillium luteum (Muhlenberg) Harbison
Locality:Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Contact herbarium listed above if additional information is required.
Description:Petals yellowish green and consistent throughout population. Flowers smell of lemon. 
Habitat:Rich deciduous woods.
Collector:Keener, Brian R. 2451
  with George Wood & Bethany Barrett
Date:20 Mar 2003
Accession No:AMAL00001225
Image:AMAL00001225.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 13 Sep 2021

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