Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Matelea decipiens (Gonolobus decipiens, Odontostephana decipiens)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-FLAS:Plants
Matelea decipiens (Alexander) Woodson
265006Mark Whitten   47472016-05-07
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee Wildlife Management Area. Forest Road 718, ca. 1 km north of intersection with Forest Road 715. Vicinity of NEON plot 10. Elev. 160 m Carya-Quercus-Pinus forest on N-NE facing slope. Occasional on shaded forest slopes. Lat. 32.926103N Long. 87.419694W Datum: WGS84., 32.926103 -87.419694

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
Matelea decipiens (Alexander) Woodson
244397Mark Whitten   46212015-06-26
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee Wildlife Management Area. Forest Road 731 at Mayfield Creek Bridge. Elev. 76 m Bridge at creek; partial sun. Vine scrambling on bridge railings. Flowers greenish brown. Lat. 32.96453N Long. 87.40954W Datum: WGS84., 32.96453 -87.40954


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