Selected Herbarium Specimen Details (11) Download

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (L.) W. D. J. Koch
Locality:USA. Louisiana. East Baton Rouge Par.: Near intersection of Essen Lane and Jefferson Highway, Baton Rouge.
Habitat:Roadside.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:R. C. Kirkpatrick 631
Date:07 Feb 1971
Accession No:115272
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (L.) W. D. J. Koch - Determined By: G. G. Robinson
Locality:Mexico. Oaxaca. San Baltazar Chichicapan Mun.: 16º 46’ 24” N 96º 29’ 36” W
Description:Medicinal. 
Reproductive State:Flower
Notes:Zapoteco name: dxiaa'yah.
Collector:G. Gomez 91-8-15
Date:08 Sep 1991
Accession No:208479
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Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. Iowa. Poweshiek Co.: Grinnell College campus, along R.R. tracks.
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Collector:J. Patman 59
Date:23 May 1957
Accession No:47090

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. Iowa. Poweshiek Co.: Grinnell, Lake Nianza, along swampy shore.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:J. Patman 126
Date:22 Sep 1957
Accession No:47089

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. California. San Francisco Co.: Third Street near the bridge.
Habitat:Waste ground.
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Collector:J. T. Howell 31330
Date:06 May 1956
Accession No:95856

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. New Hampshire. Grafton Co.: Lisbon, NH.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:C. E. Faxon 
Date:24 Sep 1894
Accession No:30493

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. Illinois. Will Co.: Blodgett Road Dolomite Prairie, Des Plaines Wildlife Management Area, W of frontage road of I-55, Channahon; N end in vicinity of high tension power lines; near parking area under powerlines, undisturbed rock piles.
Description:Flowers yellow, locally common biennial herb 2 m. tall, fruits ascending. 
Habitat:Thin organic soil over dolomite, varying between 2 cm. to 0.5 m. deep; dry mesic to dry dolomite prairie with local disturbance.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:S. R. Hill 35324
Date:17 Jul 2003
Accession No:270621

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. Illinois. Jo Daviess Co.: Apple River Canyon.
Description:Plants large, to 9 ft. 
Habitat:Low wet meadow near river.
Collector:J. Patman 
Date:16 Apr 1959
Accession No:20879

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. New Hampshire. Strafford Co.: Dover, NH.
Habitat:Weed in garden.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:A. R. Hodgdon 177
Date:20 Sep 1933
Accession No:30495

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. New York. Albany Co.: E.N. Huyck Preserve, Rensselaerville; beside dirt road at Kuhar's (old Ordway house), just above NE end of Lake Myosotis.
Description:Small colony. 
Habitat:With other weeds.
Reproductive State:Flower, Bud
Elevation:1560 ft
Collector:N. H. Russell 8115427
Date:11 Aug 1954
Accession No:51850

Family Name:Brassicaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Brassica nigra (W. D. J. Koch) L.
Locality:USA. Iowa. Poweshiek Co.: Beside Rock Is R.R. tracks near Jasper County line; ca. 2.5 mi. W of Grinnell; road bank.
Habitat:Narrow strip of prairie.
Reproductive State:Flower
Collector:N. H. Russell 9195419
Date:19 Sep 1954
Accession No:51849

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