Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (15) Download

Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Georgia. Emanuel Co.: Off GA 56; 1.9 mi. N of junction with US 80.
Description:Corolla bright orange, darkening with age; perennial 1-2 mi. in height. 
Habitat:Sandy creek bottom.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:J. R. Bozeman 11727
Date:02 Sep 1968
Accession No:86365
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Mississippi. Marion Co.: Sweet Water Creek; 12 mi. S of Columbia.
Habitat:Along wet, grassy, sandy margin.
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 5355
Date:08 Aug 1955
Accession No:41173
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Mississippi. Harrison Co.: De Soto National Forest; Postal Office Biloxi.
Habitat:Fertile low ridges.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:D. Demaree 32853
Date:16 Aug 1952
Accession No:182954
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Mississippi. Lamar Co.: 3 mi. N of Purvis.
Habitat:Grassy moist cut-over pineland slope.
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 7205
Date:26 Jul 1956
Accession No:16362
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell - Determined By: H. A. Gleason, Jr., 1960
Locality:USA. Mississippi. George Co.: 15 mi. S of Lucedale near Movella.
Habitat:Margin of Nyssa-Sweet Bay Pecosin.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:J. D. Ray, Jr. 3356
Date:14 Aug 1952
Accession No:17400
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Mississippi. Jackson Co.: 3 mi. N of Ocean Springs; on Vancleave Road.
Description:The flowers are bright orange. 
Habitat:Wet ditch beneath small tree.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:R. B. Channell 344
Date:19 Aug 1951
Accession No:12258
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Alabama. Covington Co.: Conecuh National Forest; 3-5 mi. E of AL 55 on C-24.
Description:Branched herb up to 1.8 m. tall; calyx green; corolla tubular, orange, becoming orange-black; anthers coherent, orange, becoming black; pollen black. 
Habitat:Pinus, Liriodendron, much Orontium, spaghum present; being visited by yellow butterflies.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:S. A. Thompson 3011
  with J. H. Nishida
Date:03 Sep 1985
Accession No:206609
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell - Determined By: N. C. Coile, 1983
Locality:USA. Georgia. Emanuel Co.: 0.2 mi. N of Dry Creek on GA 15.
Description:Corolla pumpkin-orange; anthers exserted; filaments hairy; infrequent; lower leaves dissectied; some plants in the population have purple leaves. 
Habitat:Low roadside; sandy soil.
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Collector:S. B. Jones 23813
  with N. Coile, M. Moore, D. White, B. Reed
Date:22 Aug 1983
Accession No:197854
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Alabama. Baldwin Co.: W side of C-87, just S of powerline crossing; ca. 1.4 mi. S of int. US 90 at Elsanor; Elsanor 7.5' Quadrangle. T6S, R5E, Sec. 17 of NE¼, SE¼. 30º 31’ 34” N 87º 35’ 0” W
Habitat:Lower slope hillside seepage bog; soils - rains (typic paleaquults)
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. L. Orzell 22905
  with E. L. Bridges
Date:24 Aug 1994
Accession No:239000
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:USA. Mississippi. Stone Co.: De Soto National Forest; Postal Office McHenry.
Habitat:Bottom open woods.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:D. Demaree 34081
Date:24 Aug 1953
Accession No:13143
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell - Determined By: Robert Kral
Locality:Florida, Walton Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Plants ca.s-s15 [??] m tall; specimens are tips of branches. 
Habitat:Evergreen shrub - sphagnous bog.
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Collector:R. K. Godfrey 55157
  with R. Kral
Date:23 Sep 1956
Accession No:83017
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:Florida, Escambia Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:D. Searcy s.n.
Date:29 Jul 2000
Accession No:226812
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell - Determined By: Loran C. Anderson
Locality:Florida, Liberty Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Flowers bright orange. Frequent
Habitat:Pine - oak woodland.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:L. C. Anderson 3817
Date:11 Sep 1974
Accession No:140691
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:Florida, Jackson Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Description:Population of 30-40 individuals; plants 2 m high, parasitic on Rubus cuneifolius with few haustoria and on Nyssa sylvatica var. biflora with abundant and vigorous haustoria; corolla orange, no fragrance. 
Habitat:Margin of Nyssa sylvatica var. biflora - Clethra alnifolia thicket, with Rubus cuneifolius, Baccharis halimifolia, one young Pinus taeda, Eriocaulon decangulare, Lycopodium alopecuroides [Lycopodiella alopecuroides], Rhexia sp., Rhynchospora sp., Panicum sp., etc.
Reproductive State:Bud
Collector:L. J. Musselman 4393
  with G.S. Waggoner
Date:21 Aug 1971
Accession No:101248
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Family Name:Orobanchaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Macranthera flammea (W. Bartram) Pennell
Locality:Florida, Holmes Co., Contact USF Herbarium if additional information is required.
Habitat:Peaty high hillside seepage bog. Soils - Plummer (Grossarenic Paleaquults).
Reproductive State:Flower, Fruit
Elevation:170 to 180 ft
Collector:S. L. Orzell 20768
  with E.L. Bridges
Date:29 Sep 1992
Accession No:238972
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