Herbarium specimen: Euphorbia inundata
|Taxon:||Euphorbia inundata Torr. ex Chapm.|
|Collected by:||Steve L Orzell|
Edwin L Bridges
|Locality:||Florida (USA), Wakulla County, Apalachicola National Forest, (30° 12′ 2.16″ N 84° 38′ 2.04″ W), SW side of FS Rd 314-I at int of FS Rd 314-H, ca. 0.4 mi NE of Smith Creek School, (altitude 70ft)|
|ex herb:||University of Texas Herbarium|
|Institution:||Florida State University (FSU)|
|notes:||Mesic longleaf pine/wiregrass-saw palmetto savanna, Soils- Leon (Aeric Haplaquods). Site burned in 1990. Associates include Bigelowia nudata, Centella asiatica, Polygala lutea, Rhexia lutea, R. mariana, R. petiolata, Rhynchospora fascicularis, R. plumose, R. inexpansa, R. curtissii, Syngonanthus flavidulus, Xyris ambigua, and X. baldwiniana.|
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Documented by karengarren on 29th May 2015.
Checked by tom humphrey