Herbarium specimen: Momordica charantia
|Taxon:||Cucurbitaceae: Momordica charantia L. ("Balsam-pear")|
|Collected by:||Prof. Loran C Anderson|
|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)|
|notes:||Locally common (observed several years at this site) in mesic hickory, sweet gum, oak woodland|
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Documented by hollyrebecca on 28th March 2015.