Dataset: SEINet-Plants
Taxa: Amianthium
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-TROY:Plants
Amianthium muscitoxicum (Walter) A. Gray
TROY000026252Michael Woods   97522003-05-28
United States, Alabama, Hale, Between Forest Service Road 715 & 715 C. Compartment 42 Stand 47, 32.903056 -87.416583, 122m

SEINet-TROY:Plants
Amianthium muscitoxicum (Walter) A. Gray
TROY000026250Alvin R. Diamond   13931a2003-05-23
United States, Alabama, Hale, West side of Hale County Hwy. 49., 32.897778 -87.4375, 102m

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
Amianthium muscaetoxicum A.Gray
264950Mark Whitten   46982016-05-11
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee District; logging road off Forest Road 718. Elev. 164 m Quercus-Carya forest; loamy soil. Infrequent in understory. Corms with black fibrous covering. Sterile. Lat. 32.92463N Long. 87.41528W Datum: WGS84., 32.92463 -87.41528

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
Amianthium muscaetoxicum A.Gray
264985Mark Whitten   47302016-05-13
United States, Alabama, Hale, United States: Alabama: Hale County. Talladega National Forest; Route 50 east of Moundville, at Mayfield Creek bridge; up dirt logging road on north side ca. 200 m. Elev. 118 m Slopes above alluvial forest; with Liquidambar, Pinus, Illicium floridanum, Magnolia tripetala, Stewartia malacodendron. Locally abundant on recently burned slopes above stream. Young inflorescences present; corms with fibrous black sheaths. Lat. 32.95601N Long. 87.42698W Datum: WGS84., 32.95601 -87.42698


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