Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (8) Download

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L.
Locality:USA. Florida. Miami-Dade Co.: Waldin Drive and Redland Road, Homestead.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:C. Byrd 5
Date:26 Feb 1970
Accession No:91391
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L. - Determined By: C. M. Rowell, 1965
Locality:USA. Texas. Lubbock Co.: 2110 14th Street, Lubbock.
Description:Flowers yellow. 
Habitat:Growing in lawn.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Collector:B. Wester s.n.
Date:05 Apr 1964
Accession No:75692
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L.
Locality:USA. Texas. Lubbock Co.: Texas Tech Campus, Lubbock.
Habitat:Sandy loam.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:A. Funston 10
Date:09 Apr 1965
Accession No:75595
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L.
Locality:USA. Texas. Lubbock Co.: Found on the N side of TX 18 on Tech campus.
Habitat:Growing in the lawn close to the building; soil sandy loam.
Reproductive State:Flower, Immature Fruit
Elevation:3200 ft
Collector:J. Ward s.n.
Date:15 Apr 1964
Accession No:301171
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L.
Locality:USA. Arizona. Maricopa Co.: Beside Mesquite Creek (dry wash); 2 mi. E of Tortilla Flat, by Apache Trail.
Habitat:Open desert areas.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:N. H. Russell 11146
Date:28 Feb 1960
Accession No:20555
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L. - Determined By: R. McManus, 1973
Locality:USA. Arizona. Maricopa Co.: Phoenix.
Description:A common species in the streets and along roadsides, apparently introduced 
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:J. J. Thornber s.n.
Date:12 Jan 1913
Accession No:114691
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L.
Locality:Mexico. Baja California. At Rancho San Jose de San Telmo (Meling Ranch), western foothills of Sierra San Pedro Martir.
Description:Plants to 1 m tall, but mostly smaller, lower leaves all shed. 
Habitat:Near streambank and in pasture lot near houses; in full sun among other weedy plants, e.g. Amaranthus graecizans, Medicago hispida, Malva parviflora, Plantago major, Poa annua, Polypogon monspeliensis, and Silybum marianum.
Elevation:2300 ft
Collector:I. L. Wiggins 21504
Date:19 Jun 1971
Accession No:103462
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Sisymbrium irio L. - Determined By: S. R. Hill, 2001
Locality:USA. California. Imperial Co.: N side of CA 78, 1.7 mi. W of Glamis (measured from railroad crossing), Algodones Dunes, Sonoran Desert. 32º 59’ 45” N 115º 6’ W
Description:Taprooted herb, flowers pale yellow; occasional to locally common at edge of wash below dunes; sparse desert-dune vegetation, dominated by Cercidium floridum, Larrea tridentata, Oenothera deltoides, spring herb layer. 
Habitat:Pale brown high wind-deposited dunes, deep deposits, granitic sand, separated by lower level washes.
Reproductive State:Fruit, Flower
Elevation:302 ft
Collector:S. R. Hill 33504
  with K. Kramer
Date:27 Apr 2001
Accession No:234191
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