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PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2007 5:16 pm    Post subject: Feedback request: Salix fragilis x alba = S. x rubens (HU200 Reply with quote

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Specimen #236647

Taxon:Salicaceae: Salix fragilis x alba = S. x rubens Schrank. ("Hybrid Crack-willow")
named by J Fraser
Filed in taxon folder:Salicaceae: Salix fragilis x alba = S. x rubens Schrank. ("Hybrid Crack-willow")
Collected by:Mr Joseph Edward Little
Collection date:7/4/1921
20/6/1921
Locality:Great Britain, VC20 Hertfordshire, Hitchin, TL12, near Moormead
ex herb:Mr Joseph Edward Little
Institution:Cambridge University (CGE)
Image:Salix fragilis x alba = S. x rubens herbarium specimen from Hitchin, VC20 Hertfordshire in 1921 by Mr Joseph Edward Little.
fruits/flowers:mature flowers
notes:?

Inferred details are marked.

Documented by johnhawksford on 17th September 2007.

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dateuserchange
19/09/2013chrisuDeleted collection date: 7/4/1921 - 20/6/1921
19/09/2013chrisuAdded collection date: 7/4/1921
19/09/2013chrisuAdded collection date: 20/6/1921
15/11/2013oldnickDeleted locality: GB VC20 Hitchin near Moormead
15/11/2013oldnickAdded locality: GB VC20 Hitchin, near Moormead
10/08/2016chrisuAdded note: ?

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johnhawksford wrote
Fruits/flowers comment refers to the younger (April) specimen


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