Herbarium specimen: Euphorbia graminea
|Taxon:||Euphorbiaceae: Euphorbia graminea|
|Filed in taxon folder:||Euphorbiaceae: Euphorbia graminea|
|Collected by:||Prof. Loran C Anderson|
|Locality:||Florida (USA), Leon County, (30° 26′ 39.84″ N 84° 18′ 21.96″ W), By sidewalk at entrance to King Bldg (biology) on Florida State Univ. campus|
|Institution:||Florida State University (FSU)|
|notes:||Locally common with Emilia fosbergii in large planted bed of perennial peanut. Plants variable in leave size and shape. This species first recorded (#22643) for Florida panhandle in 2006 from northern sector of Tallahassee; seen on campus in 2007, now this population showing strong invasive potential for this exotic weed. Sheet 2 of 2.|
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Documented by hollyrebecca on 28th March 2015.
Checked by tom humphrey