Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (9) Download

Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L. - Determined By: Loran C. Anderson, 1986
Locality:USA. Florida. Franklin Co.: At back side of Sumatra Cemetery, just across county line and 0.2 mi. W of FL 65.
Description:Shrubs. Several
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. C. Anderson 9246
Date:22 Apr 1986
Accession No:196374
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L.
Locality:USA. Louisiana. Jackson Par.: Near Vernon cemetery. T17N, R2W, Sec. 22.
Habitat:Established along roadside.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. A. Moore 5950
  with D. Spencer
Date:26 Apr 1955
Accession No:10272
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L. - Determined By: R. L. Wilbur, 1958
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Abbeville Co.: 2.5 mi. SW of Lowndesville.
Habitat:Roadside.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. E. Radford 22793
Date:13 May 1957
Accession No:14033
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L.
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Greenville Co.: US 25 near Paris Mountain Road exit.
Habitat:Roadside.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. L. Rodgers 7657
  with N.E. Mullens
Date:20 Apr 1976
Accession No:123436
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, May 1988
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Georgetown Co.: Petersfield, S-22-36 at S-22-790 near Marion and Horry County lines.
Description:Flowers pink, standard with yellowish spot; locally common shrub 2-4 ft. tall. 
Habitat:Sandy soil; old field with persimmon.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. R. Hill 19361
Date:16 May 1988
Accession No:200283
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, Sep 1993
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Oconee Co.: Sumter National Forest, Andrew Pickens district, compartment 41; Forest Road 744, ca. 7 mi. NW of Walhalla.
Description:Dwarf shrub 2-3 ft. tall, flowers pink. 
Habitat:Roadbank in the sun; with Pinus virginiana, Quercus spp.
Reproductive State:Fertile
Collector:S. R. Hill 25009
  with J. Westerhold
Date:12 May 1993
Accession No:213562
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, Sep 1993
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Oconee Co.: Sumter National Forest, Andrew Pickens district, compartment 26, stand 24; Forest Road 724, Stumphouse Mountain area.
Description:Flowers pink; shrub about 3 ft. tall. 
Habitat:Roadside at woodland margin.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. R. Hill 25041
Date:22 May 1993
Accession No:213580
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L.
Locality:USA. South Carolina. Orangeburg Co.: W side of Cannon Bridge ROad and 3.5 mi. S of US 301, SW side of Orangeburg. 33º 25’ 42” N 80º 52’ 54” W
Description:Smallish slender herbs;; stems prominently hispid-bristly, especially above; corolla bright pink, the banner with a bit of a yellow-green eye, petals drying much darker (purple), the flowers with no or barely discernible scent. 
Habitat:Open roadside and culvert margin, suspiciously near dwellings, probably persisting from cultivation.
Reproductive State:Flower
Notes:CULTIVATED
Collector:J. B. Nelson 40207
Date:28 Apr 2019
Accession No:300969
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Family Name:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Robinia hispida L. - Determined By: C. vanHoek, 2020
Locality:USA. Georgia. Murray Co.: Grassy Mountain; near top of ridge.
Description:This has no thorns and it is not sticky, thus it cannot be R. pseudoacacia or R. viscosa. 
Habitat:Roadside.
Collector:M. H. Berry s.n.
Date:28 May 1944
Accession No:301041
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