Lupinus diffusus Nutt.

  • Filed As

    Fabaceae
    Lupinus diffusus Nutt.

  • Collector(s)

    D. E. Atha 2573 with Bruce K. Holst, 13 Apr 2002

  • Location

    United States of America. Florida. Okaloosa Co. Eglin Airforce Base, north of East Bay Swamp and west of Live Oak Creek, about 7.7 km (by air) north of Hwy 98 and about 8 km (by air) west of Santa Rosa/Okaloosa County line, with old-growth Pinus palustris and Aristida stricta.

  • Habitat

    With old-growth Pinus palustris and Aristida stricta.

  • Description

    Herb with many upright stems from single taproot, plants mostly less than 50cm tall; banner purple/blue, center yellow within field of white, lower flowers turning pink.

  • Notes (shown on label)

    Sample preserved in silica gel at NY

  • Identifiers

    NY Barcode: 00198159

    Occurrence ID: 7430e4f1-0187-4d5f-a4ef-a658da0d2298

  • Laboratory Collections

    Tissue Samples, 01125069, D. E. Atha 2573, Lupinus diffusus Nutt. - Accepted : Fabaceae (152.0) : : : Magnoliophyta;

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  • Kingdom

    Plantae

  • Division

    Magnoliophyta

  • Order

    Fabales

  • Family

    Fabaceae

  • All Determinations

    Lupinus diffusus Nutt. det B. K. Holst, 2002

  • Region

    North America

  • Country

    United States of America

  • State/Province

    Florida

  • County/Municipio

    Okaloosa Co.

  • Locality

    Eglin Airforce Base, north of East Bay Swamp and west of Live Oak Creek, about 7.7 km (by air) north of Hwy 98 and about 8 km (by air) west of Santa Rosa/Okaloosa County line, with old-growth Pinus palustris and Aristida stricta

  • Coordinates

    30.4831, -86.7181

  • Georeferencing Method

    GPS. 30°28.985'N, 86°43.089'W

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The New York Botanical Garden
Herbarium, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
Plants of The United States of America
Fabaceae
Lupinus diffusus Nutt.
det. B.K. Holst &D. E. Atha, 2002
The United States of America. Florida, Okaloosa County.
Eglin Airforce Base, north of East Bay Swamp and west of
Live Oak Creek, about 7.7 km (by air) north of Hwy 98 and
about 8 km (by air) west of Santa Rosa/Okaloosa County line,
with old-growth Pinus palustris and Aristida stricta. 30°
28.985' N: 86° 43.089' W (coordinates from hand-held GPS;
accurate to within a radius of about 50 m)
Herb with many upright stems from single taproot, plants
mostly less than 50 cm tall; banner purple/blue center yellow
within field of white, lower flowers tinning pink.
Collected by: Daniel E. Atha & Bruce K. Holst 2573
13 April 2002
00198159