Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (10)

Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trin.) Freckmann & Lelong
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trin.) Freckmann & Lelong - Determined By: Brian R. Keener, 2021
Herbarium Name Used:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trin.) Freckmann & Lelong
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Along Gulf of Mexico. Along Highway 180, approximately half way between Gulf Shores Junction and Fort Morgan State Park
Habitat:Dry, sandy open woods north of sand dunes along gulf. Associated with Pinus clausa, Quercus myrtifolia, Q. geminata, Polygonella polygama, Ceratiola ericoides
Collector:Lelong, Michel G. 6455
Date:11 Sep 1971
Accession No:UWAL0050463
Image:UWAL0050463.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong
Herbarium:
Troy University Herbarium (TROY)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong - Determined By: Alvin R. Diamond, 12 Apr 2019
Herbarium Name Used:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Along Hwy 180, approximately half way between Gulf Shores and Fort Morgan State Park. T9S, R2E, N of Sec. 20. 30° 14' 52" N, 87° 47' 56" W
Habitat:Dry, sandy open woods north of sand dunes along Gulf of Mexico.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Elevation:51 Feet
Collector:Lelong, Michel G. 6455
Date:11 Sep 1971
Accession No:TROY000046752
Image:TROY000046752.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 06 Sep 2021

Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong ssp. chamaelonche
Herbarium Name Used:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong ssp. chamaelonche
Locality:USA. Alabama. Mobile: at the triangle-like parcel formed from the two entrance roads (one north and one south later merging after a short distance east) for Bellingrath Gardens off of Bellingrath Rd (CR 59).
Habitat:Open mesic savannah
Collector:Horne, Howard E. 2863
Date:26 Apr 2015
Accession No:UWAL0035570
Image:UWAL0035570.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong
Herbarium:
University of West Alabama Herbarium (UWAL)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong ssp. chamaelonche - Determined By: Brian R. Keener, Jan 2017
Herbarium Name Used:Dichanthelium chamaelonche (Trinius) Freckmann & Lelong ssp. chamaelonche
Locality:USA. Alabama. Houston: 1-2 mi. E jct. Cty 8 and 81 at Pleasant Hill Church
Habitat:Sandy peat of pine savanna
Collector:Kral, Robert 84534
Date:07 May 1995
Accession No:UWAL0034803
Image:UWAL0034803.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 19 Dec 2021

Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium Name Used:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Little Point Clear peninsula into Bon Secour Bay, extending northward from Fort Morgan peninsula, north of Hwy. 180.
Habitat:Dry to moist dunes with much sand pines and slash pines.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 10703
Date:13 Dec 1978
Accession No:USAM000010831
Image:USAM000010831.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium Name Used:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Northwestern end of Ono Island. Along Gulf of Mexico near Florida State line.
Habitat:Moist depressions in sandy sand pine-dwarf oak woodland near marsh.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 8707
Date:27 Sep 1975
Accession No:USAM000010833
Image:USAM000010833.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium Name Used:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Along northern shore of Ono Island. Near Florida state line and Gulf of Mexico.
Habitat:Low pineland.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 8743
Date:27 Sep 1975
Accession No:USAM000010830
Image:USAM000010830.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium Name Used:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: About midway between Gulf Shores and Perdido Beach bridge along Hwy. 182.
Habitat:Moist depresssions in sand dunes. With Conradina canescens, Ceratiola, dwarf live oak.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 6482
Date:08 Apr 1972
Accession No:USAM000010832
Image:USAM000010832.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium Name Used:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Along Hwy. 180, approximately half way between Gulf Shores junction and Fort Morgan State Park. T9S, R2E, north of Sec. 20.
Habitat:Dry, sandy open woods north of sand dunes along Gulf of Mexico. Associated with Pinus clausa, Quercus myrtifolia, Q. geminata, Polygonella polygama, Ceratiola ericoides.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 6668
Date:30 Jul 1972
Accession No:USAM000010828
Image:USAM000010828.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium:
Univeristy of South Alabama Herbarium (USAM)
Family:POACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Herbarium Name Used:Panicum chamaelonche Trin.
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin: Along Hwy. 180, approximately half way between Gulf Shores junction and Fort Morgan State Park. T9S, R2E, north of Sec. 20.
Habitat:Dry, sandy open woods north of sand dunes along Gulf of Mexico. Associated with Pinus clausa, Quercus myrtifolia, Q. geminata, Polygonella polygama, Ceratiola ericoides.
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:LeLong, Michel G. 6455
Date:11 Sep 1971
Accession No:USAM000010829
Image:USAM000010829.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 30 Aug 2021

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