Herbarium specimen: Lithospermum caroliniense
|Taxon:||Lithospermum caroliniense (J.F. Gmel.) MacMill.|
|Collected by:||Bill Anderson|
|Locality:||Cultivated Florida (USA), Liberty County, (30° 45′ 24.84″ N 84° 56′ 51.00″ W), Six individuals along State Rd. 12 in a cut-over secondary sandhill forest/woods. The plants were in the first non-mowed line of trees, some but not all visible from the road. Associates: Berlandiera pumila, Chrysopsis sp., Licania michauxii, Cnidoscolus|
|Institution:||Florida State University (FSU)|
|notes:||Datum WGS 84|
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Documented by yfbenda on 23rd August 2015.