Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Smilax maritima (Smilax smallii)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-TROY:Plants
TROY000027639Brian R. Keener   24872003-03-22
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 4 air mi NE of Fosters. Along I-59 in median., 33.131111 -87.641944, 40m

SEINet-UA:Plants-UNA
UNA00058476Brian R. Keener   24872003-03-22
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 4 mi NE of Fosters. Along I-59 in median., 33.13111 -87.64194

SEINet-TROY:Plants
TROY000027636Alvin R. Diamond   139252003-05-23
United States, Alabama, Bibb, N of Alabama Hwy. 35, just E of Hale County., 32.892222 -87.420278, 136m

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
264916Mark Whitten   46652016-05-11
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee District; Vicinity of NEON site 10, off Forest Road 718. Elev. 164 m Roadbank in Quercus-Pinus forest. Vine; common. Fruit dark red to black. Lat. 32.926209N Long. 87.420274W Datum: WGS84., 32.926209 -87.420274

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
244208Greg W. Stull   1632015-06-17
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee Wildlife Management Area. Near NEON plot #20. Elev. 120 m Moist, densely shaded ravine. Large vine; stem ca. 2 cm at base; large prickles along main stem; new shoots defenseless, without prickles. Leaves smooth, leathery. Lat. 32.95738N Long. 87.42925W Datum: WGS84., 32.95738 -87.42925

Terrestrial Plant Collection (Herbarium Vouchers)


NEON:TPLC-HV
NEON05Z7Y   2019-07-31
United States, Alabama, Greene, Ozarks Complex (D08), Dead Lake NEON (DELA), 32.541727 -87.803877, 25m

NEON:TPLC-HV
NEON05Z80J. Hall   32019-10-01
United States, Alabama, Choctaw, Domain 08, Lenoir Landing NEON, Collected at Lenoir Landing near the NEON tower, 31.85388 -88.16114, 12m


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