Herbarium specimen: Sesuvium maritimum
|Taxon:||Sesuvium maritimum (Walter) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.|
|Collected by:||Prof. Loran C Anderson|
|Locality:||Florida (USA), Wakulla County, Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge, (30° 5′ 9.96″ N 84° 9′ 57.96″ W), Frequent in wet, exposed mud (inside Spartina zone) along brackish edge of Picnic Pond, adjacent to lighthouse road.|
|ex herb:||Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium|
|Institution:||Florida State University (FSU)|
|notes:||Stems prostrate, rather spindly (related to winter conditions?)|
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Documented by ncywest55 on 29th May 2015.