Magnolia tripetala (L.) L.

  • Filed As

    Magnolia tripetala (L.) L.

  • Collector(s)

    D. H. R. McClelland 317, 17 May 2006

  • Location

    United States of America. New York. Bronx Co. Bronx. The New York Botanical Garden.

  • Habitat

    By a path in a canopy gap at woods edge near the parking area across from the lower of the twin lakes.

  • Description

    Tree about 35 feet high and about 8 inches diameter breast height. Leaves fragile. Flowers very large, not completely openm creamy white, smelling like chicken soup. Phenology of specimen: Flower.

  • Notes (shown on label)

    Map on label. Voucher for a leaf tissue and DNA sample collected for the Forest DNA Barcoding Project; funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

  • Identifiers

    NY Barcode: 01170102

    Occurrence ID: fe957b5b-cc90-45e0-9082-2e299e855cc8

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  • All Determinations

    Magnolia tripetala (L.) L. det D. H. R. McClelland, 2006
    Note: ! D. Atha (NY), 2014

  • Region

    North America

  • Country

    United States of America

  • State/Province

    New York

  • County/Municipio

    Bronx Co.

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  • Locality

    The New York Botanical Garden.

  • Elevation

    Alt. 20 m. (66 ft.)

  • Coordinates

    40.8661, -73.8758

  • Distribution

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