Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Arisaema triphyllum (Arisaema acuminatum, Arisaema atrorubens, Arisaema stewardsonii, Arisaema triphyllum f. pusillum, Arisaema triphyllum f. stewardsonii, Arisaema pusillum, Arisaema triphyllum subsp. pusillum, Arisaema triphyllum subsp. stewardsonii), Arisaema triphyllum subsp. triphyllum (Arisaem... (show all)
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-FLAS:Plants
244242Greg W. Stull   1992015-06-19
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee Wildlife Management Area. Forest Road 718. Elev. 123 m Ravine bottom. Herb to 0.3 m tall; common, but fruiting specimens rare. Immature fruits green. Lat. 32.92888N Long. 87.41695W Datum: WGS84., 32.92888 -87.41695

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
264885Mark Whitten   46362016-05-09
United States, Alabama, Hale, United States: Alabama: Hale County. Talladega National Forest; Route 50 east of Moundville, at Mayfield Creek bridge. Elev. 118 m Swampy alluvial forest along creek. Herb to 0.3 m tall. Occasional. Lat. 32.95601N Long. 87.42991W Datum: WGS84., 32.95601 -87.42991

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
244408Nicolás García   44412015-07-08
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee Wildlife Management Area. Forest Road 50/731, ca. 2 km east of intersection with Forest Road 49. Vicinity of NEON plot 20. Elev. 80 m Mesic floodplain Quercus-Liriodendron forest. Lat. 32.96249N Long. 87.41544W Datum: WGS84., 32.96249 -87.41544


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