Herbarium specimen: Tiedemannia filiformis subsp. greenmannii
|Taxon:||Tiedemannia filiformis subsp. greenmannii |
det. Loran C Anderson 3/2012
|Other name:||Oxypolis greenmanii Mathias & Constance|
det. Loran C Anderson
|Collected by:||Prof. Loran C Anderson|
|Locality:||Florida (USA), Calhoun County, Kinard, (30° 13′ 27.84″ N 85° 16′ 15.60″ W), On E side of Co. road 12, by powerline corridor, S.W. of Kinnaird.|
|Institution:||Florida State University (FSU)|
|notes:||Tall plant in ditch. Leaves and plants that of O. greenmannii, but corollas dull purplish-white - no typical O. filiformis seen in area - if this is to be considered a distinct species then more emphasis should be on stature and less on flower color.|
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Documented by johned on 5th April 2015.