An individual instance of Acalypha sp. (copperleaf )
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http://bioimages.vanderbilt.edu/ind-baskauf/93894


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This particular organism is believed to have native means of establishment.

This organismal entity has the scope: multicellular organism.


Identifications:


Acalypha sp.

L.

sec. Tennessee Flora 2014

common name: copperleaf
family: Euphorbiaceae
Identified 2017-09-11 by Steven J. Baskauf


Location:


Woodlawn Drive, Davidson County, Tennessee, US
Click on these geocoordinates to load a map showing the location: 36.125603°, -86.810322°
Coordinate uncertainty about: 10 m.

Location determined from Google maps.



Occurrences were recorded for this particular organism on the following dates:
2017-09-11

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whole plant - in flower - general view
whole plant - in flower - general view
whole plant - in flower - general view
stem - showing leaf bases
stem - showing leaf bases
stem - showing leaf bases
leaf - basal or on lower stem
leaf - on upper stem
leaf - margin of upper + lower surface
leaf - margin of upper + lower surface
leaf - margin of upper + lower surface
inflorescence - whole - unspecified
inflorescence - whole - unspecified
inflorescence - whole - unspecified
inflorescence - whole - unspecified
inflorescence - whole - male
inflorescence - frontal view of flower

Tennessee Flora 2014 =

Tennessee Flora Committee, 2014. Guide to the Vascular Plants of Tennessee (editors: E. W. Chester, B. E. Wofford, J. Shaw, D. Estes, and D. H. Webb). The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, TN, US.


Metadata last modified: 2018-03-04T12:03:27.881-06:00
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