Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Styrax grandifolius
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-UA:Plants-UNA
UNA00060267Alvin R. Diamond   139402003-05-25
United States, Alabama, Bibb, Oakmulgee district, Talladega National Forest, north of Alabama Hwy. 25; Payne Lake quad, 32.89611 -87.40694

SEINet-TROY:Plants
TROY000024151Alvin R. Diamond   139402003-05-23
United States, Alabama, Bibb, North of Alabama Hwy. 25., 32.896111 -87.406944, 133m

SEINet-MISS:Plants
MISS0055553A. R. Diamond   139402003-05-25
United States, Alabama, Bibb, Oakmulgee district of Talladega National Forest., 32.89611111 -87.40694444

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
265003Mark Whitten   47452016-05-05
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. Flowers white. Small tree to 3 m tall; several non-flowering stems; apparently tolerant of recent controlled burns. Occasionally common on middle slopes, resprouting from controlled burns. Lat. 32.95601N Long. 87.42991W Datum: WGS84., 32.95601 -87.42991

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
265004Mark Whitten   47452016-05-05
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. Flowers white. Small tree to 3 m tall; several non-flowering stems; apparently tolerant of recent controlled burns. Occasionally common on middle slopes, resprouting from controlled burns. Lat. 32.95601N Long. 87.42991W Datum: WGS84., 32.95601 -87.42991

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
264883Mark Whitten   46342016-05-09
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. Flowers white. Small tree to 3 m tall; several non-flowering stems; apparently tolerant of recent controlled burns. Occasionally common on middle slopes, resprouting from controlled burns. Lat. 32.95601N Long. 87.42991W Datum: WGS84., 32.95601 -87.42991

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
244220Greg W. Stull   1752015-06-18
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee Wildlife Management Area. Mayfield Creek. Elev. 82 m Along abandoned logging road parallel to creek. Small tree to 3 m tall; two ranked leaves. Lat. 32.96642N Long. 87.40937W Datum: WGS84., 32.96642 -87.40937

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
244318Mark Whitten   42862015-07-01
United States, Alabama, Bibb, United States: Alabama: Bibb County. Talladega National Forest; Oakmulgee Wildlife Management Area. Bridge over Mayfield Creek; vicinity of NEON 20 site. Elev. 80 m Old logging road parallel to stream; partial sun. Small tree to 3 m tall; uncommon. No fruits present. Occasional small sprouts seen on burned slopes above creek. Lat. 32.96524N Long. 87.40865W Datum: WGS84., 32.96524 -87.40865

SEINet-FLAS:Plants
244278Mark Whitten   42492015-06-29
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 Old logging road alongside creek. Tree to 3 m tall; infrequent. Lat. 32.96453N Long. 87.40954W Datum: WGS84., 32.96453 -87.40954


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