Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (3)

Crataegus insidiosa Beadle
Herbarium:
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Family:ROSACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Crataegus insidiosa Beadle
Herbarium Name Used:Crataegus Insidiosa Beadle
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Pike: 0.2 Miles East Of Pike Co. 14 On Pike Co. 26, Then 0. Mi South On A Dirt Road. In The Pocosin.
Habitat:Very Common In Deep Dry Sand On The Ridge Tops In Full Sun.
Reproductive State:FRUIT
Collector:Diamond, Alvin R. 3378
Date:26 Jun 1987
Accession No:AUA000022809
Image:AUA000022809.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 31 Oct 2021

Crataegus insidiosa Beadle
Herbarium:
University of Alabama Herbarium (UNA)
Family:ROSACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:Crataegus insidiosa Beadle - Determined By: J. B. Phipps, _-_-2004
Herbarium Name Used:Crataegus insidiosa Beadle
Locality:USA. Alabama. Pike: Big Pocosin, ca. 5 mi. SE Troy 31° 46' 59" N, 85° 54' 00" W
Description:small tree 
Habitat:sandy clearings
Reproductive State:Fruit
Collector:Kral, Robert 39798
Date:28 Jun 1970
Accession No:UNA00064253
Image:UNA00064253.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 18 Jan 2022

Crataegus insidiosa Beadle
Herbarium:
New York Botanical Garden Herbarium (NY)
Family:ROSACEAE
Currently Accepted Name:TYPE of  Crataegus insidiosa Beadle
Herbarium Name Used:Crataegus insidiosa Beadle
Locality:USA. Alabama. Dale: Ozark.
Description:Fruit ripe, falling red when fully ripe, flesh sofe, juicy, sweetish but somewhat insipid, not agreeable to taste. Tree, 20 ft. x 10 cm. diameter. Tree, 20 ft. x 10 inches diameter, bark rimose at base, rough above; crooked, curved branches. Flowers 15-20 mm. Stamens 20, anthers white or yellowish. 
Habitat:Dry, sandy upland woods.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Notes:Photo and data courtesy of New York Botanical Garden Herbarium (NY).
Collector:Alma Eggleston H 4115
Date:11 Apr 1901
Accession No:NY00579027
Image:NY00579027.jpg
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 31 Jan 2022

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