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Species: Chamaecrista nictitans var. nictitans
Collection Date: September 15, 1955
Bar Code ID: 000088531
UUID: 1be55cf0-7f33-4aee-97c3-66d833c797eb
Collectors: R. L. Wilbur
Collector's Identifier: 5101
Fruit Present?: True
Country: United States
State or Province: North Carolina
County or Parish: Carteret
Fips Code: 37031
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Verbatim Directions to Locality: about 2.5 miles north of Atlantic towards Cedar Island
Habitat: along border of roadside near small garbage dump
Plant Morphology Observations: Petals bright yellow; Anthers dull red
Local Abundance Observations: Occasional
Type of Donor: Herbarium
Donor: North Carolina State University
Non digital information?: N

Identification Records

Identifier's Name: R. L. Wilbur
Formal Identification Date: 1955-09-15
Lowest Rank Identified: Species
Identification History: Cassia nictitans L.
Identifier's Name: Thomas M. Pullen
Text Identification Date: 1963
Lowest Rank Identified: Species
Further Identification Comments: Examined in a taxonomic study at University of Georgia
Identification History: Cassia nictitans L. var. nictitans
Identifier's Name: Chris Buddenhagen
Formal Identification Date: 2014-02-24
Lowest Rank Identified: first Infraspecific Epith
Further Identification Comments: (Cassia nictitans L. var. nictitans is a synonym) This is an update of the species name to make it consistent with The Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants (http://florida.plantatlas.usf.edu/) and other resources, as accessed on February 24, 2014. This is not a verification of the previous identification
Identification History: Chamaecrista nictitans (L.) Moench var. nictitans

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