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Herbarium specimen: Momordica charantia

Taxon:Cucurbitaceae: Momordica charantia L. ("Balsam-pear")
Collected by:Prof. Loran C Anderson
Harry Neel
Collection date:25/10/2005
Locality:Florida (USA), Leon County, Tallahassee, (30° 24′ 37.08″ N 84° 8′ 10.68″ W), In woodland bordering S side of Old St.Augustine Rd just E of junction with Louvinia Dr, ESE of Tallahassee.
Institution:Florida State University (FSU)
Accession number:91349
Image:Momordica charantia herbarium specimen from Tallahassee, Leon County in 2005 by Prof. Loran C Anderson.
collector's number:21467
fruits/flowers:mature flowers
notes:Locally common (observed several years at this site) in mesic hickory, sweet gum, oak woodland

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