Herbarium specimen: Euphorbia inundata
|Taxon:||Euphorbia inundata Torr. ex Chapm.|
|Collected by:||Gary R Knight|
John B Nelson
R H Wnek
|Locality:||Florida (USA), Franklin County, Route 65, Occasional on seasonally wet (currently fairly dry), burned-over pine-Cyrilla flatwoods, with Sarracenia flava, Ctenium aromaticum; W.side of Fla 65, 12 mi s. of Sumatra and 12.5 mi n.of US 98|
|Institution:||Florida State University (FSU)|
|notes:||Cyathial glands reddish; capsules fairly long-exserted; lots of milky juice.|
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Documented by hollyrebecca on 26th April 2015.