Dataset: BRIT-BRIT
Taxa: Montiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 7, records 601-700 of 936

Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT388740Sandra Beadles   9051977-02-13
United States, Texas, Brazos, Specimen very abundant, heavy clay soil, area protected by buildings and trees, across from Vice-Presidents house.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388722E. S. Nixon   175441992-03-10
United States, Texas, Leon, Fort Boggy State Park; 4 miles S. Centerville, TX, Hwy 75. Ecology: Open mesic areas. Flower color: Whitish to pink. Abundance: Occasional

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388718V. L. Cory   554981949-04-08
United States, Texas, Kaufman, 1 1/4 miles west of Terrell

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388733Lloyd H. Shinners   129561951-04-08
United States, Texas, Anderson, 3.4 miles north-northwest of Montalba. Sandy highway embankment. Petals nearly white.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388738Sandy Beadles   671975-01-26
United States, Texas, Brazos, Habitat: unmowed lawn with bermuda grass & sandy soil. Root of plant excluded (corm) very abundant. Locality: Grounds of Travis House Apartments, Hwy 30. City: College Station.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388728Karen E. Rice   951975-04-12
United States, Texas, Anderson, Near Lake #2; Engling Wildlife Management Area. Post Oak and Hickory, sandy soil.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388713Deborah L. Lively   801983-04-01
United States, Texas, Houston, Farm pasture 0.5 miles east of farmhouse; 7 miles east of Hwy 287. Percila

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388710Cathy Coats   311981-03-28
United States, Texas, Henderson, Rest stop east of Athens on Hwy. 175., 32.129798 -95.707171

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388707Lloyd H. Shinners   182721954-04-08
United States, Texas, Grimes, 4.5 miles east-southeast of Navasota. Red sandy clay, fencerow.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388714Lloyd H. Shinners   106571949-03-20
United States, Texas, Hunt, 8 miles east of Greenville.

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BRIT388723Lloyd H. Shinners   121481950-03-19
United States, Texas, Limestone, 5.3 miles west-southwest of Mexia.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388711Lloyd H. Shinners   109241949-04-10
United States, Texas, Henderson, 7 1/2 miles southwest of Athens., 32.127875 -95.946481

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388744Wm. L. McCart   7331938-02-28
United States, Texas, Denton, 2 miles north of Denton., 33.243862 -97.133068

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388739David Tilton   51983-03-01
United States, Texas, Brazos, Portulacaceae; Range Science Area, Texas A&M University. South of Easterwood Airport. Open field, Post Oak Savanna.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388553Lloyd H. Shinners   108521949-04-08
United States, Texas, Denton, 1 1/2 miles northwest of Lewisville. Between highway and railroad., 33.065939 -97.030731

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388712Bob F. Perkins   91947-04-05
United States, Texas, Hopkins, 1 mile e. of Sulphur Springs on Thermo road. Side of road under oaks, red sand. Petals white tinged with pink.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388721Lloyd H. Shinners   139121953-04-04
United States, Texas, Lamar, 6.5 miles north of Paris. Sandy loam, along railroad and in oak woods.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388716R. W. Sanders   31961995-04-22
United States, Texas, Hunt, 33°16’N, 96°17’W County Line Prairie Preserve, approximately 13 air mi (21 km) NW of Greenville along county road that follows Hunt-Collin county line; approx. 1/2 mi (1 km) S of county road at 3/4 mi (1.5 km) W of St. Hw. 36 and community of Dewey., 33.266667 -96.283333

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388725J. Massey   23481969-03-22
United States, Texas, McLennan, Battle Lake Park, near Battle.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388729Kathleen Graham   731975-04-12
United States, Texas, Anderson, Engling Wildlife Management Area, lake 2 Preserve, sandy soil by lake

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388742D. S. Correll   154711957-03-01
United States, Texas, Dallas, Stults Prairie, southwest corner of Coit Road and Belt Line Road.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388717Jeff Quayle   9302006-03-21
United States, Texas, Johnson, Egan, Judith Sear property, east part south of fence, south of powerline in disturbed prairie., 32.4327 -97.284617

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388734C. D. Smith   [s.n.]1958-03-01
United States, Texas, Angelina, Lufkin

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388727Lloyd H. Shinners   182901954-04-08
United States, Texas, Montgomery, 5.5 miles west of Conroe. Sandy pine woods. Petals white with rose-pink veins.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388731Doris Quesenberry   10401975-04-12
United States, Texas, Anderson, wooded area near lake #2, Engling Wildlife Management Area. Wooded ground (wild), sandy soil (Oak-Hickory)

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388704B. C. Cox   161979-03-31
United States, Texas, Fannin, Dillow Farm (Telephone, Tx.) about 20mi. N of Bonham. Purple vein flowers with white petals; growing in fields and yard. Very common.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388741Lloyd H. Shinners   31,0051965-04-16
United States, Texas, Cass, 1.2 miles west of Douglassville. Low sandy ground along highway. Petals white with lavender-pink lines.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388726S. E. Wolff   27311931-02-06
United States, Texas, Milam, near Branchfield., 30.884746 -96.75797

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388743Lloyd H. Shinners   138871953-04-04
United States, Texas, Delta, 9.4 miles northeast of Cooper. Along roadside, 33.472412 -95.587909

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388709Traci England   161983-03-19
United States, Texas, Henderson, Cedar Creek Lake, 32.259657 -96.119466

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BRIT388735Eula Whitehouse   95531945-03-24
United States, Texas, Archer, 2.3 miles south of Kadane Corners.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388737Geo. L. Fisher   481011948-03-21
United States, Texas, Brazoria, Collected at Angleton., 12m

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388715Lloyd H. Shinners   106331949-03-06
United States, Texas, Hunt, 10 miles east of Greenville. Roadside

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388736Wm. F. Mahler   64151971-04-07
United States, Texas, Bowie, Sandy, disturbed, open roadside. Junction of 2735 & 259.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388681Billy F. Caddell   1036
United States, Texas, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388657Roger W. Sanders   25111994-03-18
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W. Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Lowland terrace along bayou tributary below eastern escarpment of the Preserve. Nahatche bottomland loam; frequently flooded, short hydroperiod hardwood forest and scattered stagnant pools; dominated by overcup, willow, and water oaks, and American elm. Abundant. BRIT contract with Texas Nature Conservancy

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388653Roger W. Sanders   25041994-03-18
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Central area of sloping upland on E side of Preserve. Sandy loam (Kullit-Addielou complex). Pine-hardwood forest dominated by Pinus echinata, P. taeda, Quercus falcata, Q. stellata, and Liquidambar. Petals pale pink with purplish stripes. Infrequent in small colonies.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388688Lloyd H. Shinners   25,9281957-03-17
United States, Texas, Navarro, 7.3 miles south of Richland. Between highway and railroad

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388661Tom Starbuck   13811982-02-13
United States, Texas, Robertson, NE 1/4 Edge Qud, U.S.G.S. 1962; Bee Branch Creek along FM 1940.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388673B. C. Tharp   851939-03-01
United States, Texas, Travis, near Austin, 30.286417 -97.733472

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388676Nancy Rothacker   431983-03-15
United States, Texas, Walker, 10 mi. south of Madisonville exit. Frontage rd.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388665V. L. Cory   549941949-03-11
United States, Texas, Smith, Smith Co.: 5 miles east of Troup; occasional in low, sandy woods along a creek.; Stems tufted, up to 2 dm. high or more; leaves linear, up to 15 cm. long or more.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388678Lynne F. Mitchell   31978-03-25
United States, Texas, Van Zandt, off hwys 19 and 1256.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388685W. H. Lewis   5551-A1960-03-16
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches, Stephen F. Austin State College campus. Edge of pine woods, southwest corner of campus.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388666V. L. Cory   550041949-03-12
United States, Texas, Smith, Stems tufted, up to 1.5 dm. high or more.; ; Tyler; frequent in open pine woods at western edge of city.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388694W. H. Lewis   5560-B1961-03-04
United States, Texas, Panola, Carthage, west of courthouse on Wellington St. among grass of vacant lot.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388698W. H. Lewis   1961-03-04
United States, Texas, Panola, Dixie Lake Rd. - 2.25 mi. SW of 5557.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388686W. H. Lewis   s.n.1958-03-29
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388669Wm. L. McCart   291937-02-13
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Field south of Mess Hall, N.T.A.C.; Arlington, Texas, 32.730221 -97.11186

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388690W. H. Lewis   5560-G1961-03-04
United States, Texas, Panola, .55 mi. NE to Snap Fire Tower Rd. and Cedar Grove Baptist Church Rd.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388675Barney L. Lipscomb   19701977-03-10
United States, Texas, Walker, Ca. 7 miles SE of Phelps in proposed wilderness area in Sam Houston Nat. Forest.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388679Lloyd H. Shinners   106461949-03-20
United States, Texas, Wood, 1 mile south of Yantis.; Sandy ditch bank. Flowers rose-pink to white.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388668Killian   67
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Arlington., 32.714314 -97.112873

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388697W. H. Lewis   1961-03-11
United States, Texas, Panola, First dirt road connecting Dixie Lake Rd. and Snap Fire Tower Rd. - 1 mi. SW of 5558. (by sweet gum; across road from 5559 A).

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388702W. H. Lewis   5560J1961-02-05
United States, Texas, Panola, Immediate vicinity of Snap Fire Tower, Snap Fire Tower Road.; ; pasture

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388695W. H. Lewis   1961-03-04
United States, Texas, Panola, Carthage, west of court house on Wellington St.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388703Lloyd H. Shinners   106831949-03-20
United States, Texas, Rains, 3 miles northwest of Point.; Sandy clay soil along railroad. Petals rose-pink (white with prominent rosy veins).

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388658Roger W. Sanders   25341994-03-18
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Along Pecan Bayou on south side. Mesic forest on lower hill slope, about 3 m higher in elev. than the freq. flooded N bank of the Bayou. Dominated by Quercus alba, Q. falcata, Liquidambar, and Carya sp. Common.; BRIT contract with Texas Nature Conservancy; Botanical Research Institute of Texas

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BRIT388696W. H. Lewis   55571961-03-04
United States, Texas, Panola, Carthage, Dixie Lake Rd. 1.1 mi. SW of 5556.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388682W. H. Lewis   s.n.1958-04-12
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, S. F. A. Experimental Forest.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388684W. H. Lewis   5551-A1960-03-16
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches, Stephen F. Austin State College campus. edge of pine woods, southwest corner of campus.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388662Lloyd H. Shinners   181361954-02-23
United States, Texas, Shelby, 8.5 miles northeast of Center.; Sandy clay banks, open pine woods along highway. Petals white with pink veins.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388674Lloyd H. Shinners   31,1141966-03-27
United States, Texas, Trinity, 10 miles northwest of Groveton. Open pine-hardwood stand, sandy loam. Petals white with rose-pink lines.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT388671B. C. Tharp   s.n.1941-01-23
United States, Texas, Travis, Onion Creek, Austin., 30.180383 -97.740091

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388700W. H. Lewis   5560K1961-03-05
United States, Texas, Panola, Texas. Panola Co, Snap Fire Tower Road, ca. 0.7 miles S of tower.; Grassy field among pine seedlings.

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BRIT388687Lloyd H. Shinners   181571954-02-23
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches Co.: 4.6 miles northwest of Melrose.; Sandy clay, highway right-of-way.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388680Billy F. Caddell   1037
United States, Texas, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388677Linda Sampson   51976-02-20
United States, Texas, Wood, Junction of Hwy. 154 and 182.; (Bulb missing)

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388691W. H. Lewis   5560-G1961-03-04
United States, Texas, Panola, Texas. Panola Co. 0.55 miles NE from Snap Fire Tower Rd. and Cedar Grove Baptist Church Rd.; Grassy bottom land of pasture

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388660Lloyd H. Shinners   139301953-04-04
United States, Texas, Red River, 0.5 mile southeast of Bogota. Sandy loam, between highway and railroad. Petals nearly white.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388689Lloyd H. Shinners   181661954-02-24
United States, Texas, Panola, West side of Carthage. Sandy clay fencerow. Petals white with pink veins.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388693W. H. Lewis   1961-03-05
United States, Texas, Panola, Intersection of Hwy. 315 and Snap Fire Tower Road, ca. 4 mi. west of Carthage.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388655Roger W. Sanders   25421994-03-18
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. South lowland area of Preserve; terraces along Pecan Bayou and main steep-banked oxbows. Nahatche bottomland loam; frequently flooded, short-hydroperiod mixed hardwood forest with willow, overcup, and water oaks, American elm, and hickories. Petals pink with rose stripes. Common along sloughs and dry channels.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388683W. H. Lewis   s.n.1958-03-29
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388701W. H. Lewis   5560J1961-02-05
United States, Texas, Panola, Immediate vicinity of Snap Fire Tower, Snap Fire Tower Road.; ; pasture

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388692W. H. Lewis   5560-H1961-03-05
United States, Texas, Panola, Intersection off Hwy. 315 and Snap Fire Tower Rd, ca. 4 miles WSW of Carthage.; edge of road in lawn.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388699W. H. Lewis   5560K1961-03-05
United States, Texas, Panola, Snap Fire Tower Road, ca. 0.7 miles S of tower. Grassy field among pine seedlings

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388664V. L. Cory   569821950-02-17
United States, Texas, Smith, western Tyler, north of Pine Burr Road; infrequent in moist sandy soil of pine woods.; Stems tufted, up to 1 m. high.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388672D. H. Riskind   20571977-03-21
United States, Texas, Travis, McKinney Falls State Park in picnic area ca. 0.25 km above upper McKinney Falls on Onion Creek., 30.183867 -97.728143

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388652Roger W. Sanders   25071994-03-17
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Mesic forest on low rises or mounds at far south end of the eastern upland, about 1.5 to 3.5 m higher in elev. than the flooded areas and minor channels. Dominated by Pinus echinata, Liquidambar, and Carya sp. Infrequent. Small colonies.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388654Roger W. Sanders   25311994-03-18
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Sloping upland S of Pecan Bayou., 33.75 -95.083333

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388656Roger W. Sanders   25511994-03-18
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Central backwater lowland area of Preserve. Nahatche bottomland loam; frequently flooded, hardwood forest dominated by water, overcup, and bur oaks around pools and by water oak and sweet gum on short-hydroperiod sites. Rate - on mossy hummocks. BRIT contract with Texas Nature Conservancy.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388659Roger W. Sanders   25021994-03-17
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Sloping upland in NE corner of Preserve; at entrance., 33.75 -95.083333

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388663V. L. Cory   570481950-04-09
United States, Texas, Smith, old Experiment Station No. 1, one mile north northeast of Troup -- abandoned, 1931; frequent in open areas of sandy woods.; Stems tufted, up to 1.5 dm. high.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT388667Robert J. O'Kennon   221012010-03-14
United States, Texas, Tarrant, Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge, Bison trap and Prairie Dog Town N32° 50' 27.17", W097° 28' 41.35"., 32.840881 -97.478153, 193m

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573707Charles S. Wallis   81151959-04-18
United States, Oklahoma, Adair, Roadside at edge of Westville on U.S. 62.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573708Delzie Demaree   118681936-03-21
United States, Oklahoma, Cleveland, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573709W. E. Bruner   s.n.1924-04-10
United States, Oklahoma, Cleveland, [Norman] on campus.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT573710R. Rudman   S01781989-03-28
United States, Oklahoma, Comanche, 1 km W of Pratt Hill on Deer Creek Rd.; Sec 23, T3N, R13W., 34.7176 -98.5365

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT573711F. H. Means, Jr.   2441963-04-18
United States, Oklahoma, Latimer, One mile N. of Wilburton. Cunny-O-Tubby.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT573712B. Hoagland   RSGS0101999-03-03
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Red Slough WMA. T9S R25E S24., 33.7578 -94.6509

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT573713Wm. F. Mahler   64111971-04-07
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Along Mountain Fork River. Beaver Bend State Park, Campground #2; N of Broken Bow.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT573714Bill R. Allen   191976-03-21
United States, Oklahoma, McIntosh, Collected along McIntosh and Okmulgee County line, .4 of a mile South of Highway 266 where it crosses the county line between dirt road and a small stream.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573715Charles S. Wallis   63781958-04-19
United States, Oklahoma, Ottawa, On Spring R, 5½ mi. E. of Miami on State 10.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573716Joe Ellis   s.n.1950-03-29
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, Collected at the east side of the football practice field on the Okla. A&M Campus.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573717Jean R. Epperly   21951-04-04
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, Park in S.E. Stillwater.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573718G. W. Stevens   201913-04-11
United States, Oklahoma, Murray, Near Crusher Spur.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573719John A. McGinnis   11950-03-10
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, On campus lawn A&M, Stillwater.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573720W. R. Booker   51954-03-24
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, Along creek bank at Fair Park, Stillwater.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT573721G. Thomas Robbins   23071947-03-26
United States, Oklahoma, Pontotoc, Eastern edge of East Central State College campus, Ada.


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