Louisiana State University, Shirley C. Tucker Herbarium
(LSU:Vascular Plants)
Catalog #: LSU00126541
Occurrence ID (GUID): 2f84e1a6-3784-4978-9054-966e831cfa67
Secondary Catalog #: 133949; NPS Acc #: GUIS-00660; NPS Cat #: GUIS 72443
Taxon: Eleocharis parvula (Roemer & J.A. Schultes) Link ex Bl
Family: Cyperaceae
Taxon Remarks: dwarf spikerush
Collector: Stephanie M. Gunn-Zumo   NLO-566   
Date: 2007-05-23
Verbatim Date: 2007-5-23
Additional Collectors: Diane M. Ferguson
Locality: United States, Florida, Santa Rosa, Gulf Islands National Seashore, Naval Live Oaks Unit. Tidal marsh along Santa Rosa Sound just west of area labeled on topographic map as Girl Scout Camp; marsh was extremely dry due to drought and there was excessive debris from Hurricane Dennis washed into marsh - i.e. mattress springs, shoes, wood.
30.3618  -87.1371
Verbatim Coordinates: UTM: Zone 16, 486826 Em, 3358880 Nm
Habitat: Tidal marsh. Soil characteristics: Leon sand, 0 to 2 percent slope (24) - very deep, moderate to moderately slowly permeable, poorly drained, nearly level soil on broad low positions on the Coastal Plain. Associated plant species: Hibiscus grandiflorus, Typha domingensis, Rumex verticillatus, Eupatorium serotinum, Cyperus odoratus, Calystegia sepium, Baccharis halimifolia, Lythrum lineare, Sesuvium portulacastrum, Sesbania vesicaria, Chenopodium album, Bolboschoenus robustus, Bacopa monnieri, Myrica cerifera, Iva frutescens. Rare.
Substrate: Leon sand
Specimen Images
Record Id: 3496a5e5-b9ad-4386-b6c5-e3dcff9312c7
For additional information on this specimen, please contact: Jennifer S. Kluse, Collections Manager (jkluse@lsu.edu)
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