Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (1)

Arundinaria tecta (Walt.) Muhl.
John D. Freeman Herbarium [Auburn University] (AUA)
Currently Accepted Name:Arundinaria tecta (Walt.) Muhl.
Herbarium Name Used:Arundinaria Tecta (Walt.) Muhl.
Locality:USA. ALABAMA. Lowndes: Ca. 0.5Mi. Nw Of Letohatchee On Al Hwy 97, Ca. 250M Nw Of The Intersection With Lowndes Cr 37, S-Side Of Road, 2.2Mi Nw 32° 08' 11" N, 86° 29' 37" W
Habitat:Growing Along Roadside Row, In Rich Black Belt Soils, With Several Associated Species Including: Diospyros Virginiana, Prunus Caroliniana, Berchemia Scandens, Celtis Laevigata, Strophostyles, Euphorbia, And Silphium. Many Of The Trees Were Draped With Tillandsia Usneoides.
Reproductive State:STERILE
Elevation: to 260 FT
Collector:Hansen, Curtis J. 1625
  with Goertzen, Leslie R.
Date:9 Sep 2004
Accession No:AUA000015278
Submission Info:Submitted by admin on 31 Oct 2021

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