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Herbarium specimen: Chamaesyce mesembryanthemifolia

Taxon:Chamaesyce mesembryanthemifolia (Jacq.) Dugand
Collected by:James D Ray
Collection date:27/4/1961
Locality:Florida (USA), Volusia County, New Smyrna, Nine miles south of New Smyrna Beach just north of Turtle Mound. Serenoa scrub on stablized sand behind dune ridge of ocean beach. Glaucous leaved Serenoa repens with several scrub oaks, Yucca, Lyonia, Latana camara, Helianthus debilis. Infrequent on beac
ex herb:Robert K Godfrey
Institution:Florida State University (FSU)
Accession number:91834
Image:Chamaesyce mesembryanthemifolia herbarium specimen from New Smyrna, Volusia County in 1961 by James D Ray.
collector's number:10821
fruits/flowers:no flowers

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Documented by jctimyan on 21st July 2015.

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