Probably H. nudiflorum on basis of capsule
size and well-developed raphe on seed (see
Adams, Cont. Gray Herb. 189:9. 1962);
leaves, however, match those of H.
apocynifolium; not H. galioides since
licks grooveat base of
D. B. Ward
Herbarium of the University of Florida
Agricultural Experiment Station
Plants of Florida
Hypericum nudiflorum Michx,
Sparsely branched shrubs, to 3 m.; frequent:
moist wooded riverbank, n. side of bridge,
Newport, S24, T3S, R1E,
coll. D. B. Ward 3821 23 Nov. 1963
det. D. B, W.