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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceMaryland
County/ParishWashington County
LocalitySandstone/shale Ridge Along E Side Of Sideling Hill Creek At Route 40.
Latitude39.70439
Longitude-78.32558
Institution CodeMary
Collection CodeHerbarium
Catalog Number47119
Collected ByHill, Steven; Riefner, R.
Date Collected1981-05-02

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The Norton-Brown Herbarium (MARY) at the University of Maryland is home to a natural history collection that includes ~93,000 specimens of flowering plants, cone-bearing plants, algae, mosses, liverworts, lichens, and fungi. Established in 1901, the Norton-Brown Herbarium holds a large number of specimens from Maryland, as well as a significant number of specimens from the Mid-Atlantic and the western U.S. The collections housed here were instrumental in developing the Woody Plants of Maryland (Brown & Brown 1972) and Herbaceous Plants of Maryland (Brown & Brown 1984) - Maryland's most recent flora and manual of vascular plants.

Contacts

Name John Hall
RoleCurator
Emailjdhall@umd.edu
Name John Hall
RoleCurator
Emailjdhall@umd.edu
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Taxonomy
Scientific Namecercis canadensis
KingdomPlantae
PhylumMagnoliophyta
ClassMagnoliopsida
OrderFabales
FamilyFabaceae
GenusCercis
Specific Epithetcanadensis
Taxon Rankspecies
Specimen
Catalog Number47119
Institution CodeMARY
Collection Codeherbarium
Occurrence IDb19b5838-2c6b-11e3-b3b8-180373cac83e
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByHill, Steven; Riefner, R.
Collector Number9947
Date Collected1981-05-02
Year1981
Month5
Day2
Locality
CountryUnited States
State / ProvinceMaryland
CountyWashington County
ContinentNorth America
LocalitySandstone/shale ridge along E side of Sideling Hill creek at Route 40.
Decimal Latitude39.704390
Decimal Longitude-78.325580
Other
Modified2012-12-21 15:56:37.0
IDb19b5838-2c6b-11e3-b3b8-180373cac83e
dwc:eventRemarksFlowers rose-pink; occasional tree ca. 2.5 m tall
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