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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT217593Christine R. Hoffmann   831988-04-18
United States, Texas, Smith, The University of Texas at Tyler (UTT) Campus, near sci bldg.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT217592Rex Nunn   261990-04-01
United States, Texas, Smith, [No additional locality data on sheet]

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT24794Shirley D. Lusk   s.n.3631995-05-07
United States, Texas, Denton, Eastern edge of city of Denton, Cooper Creek Road, 1 mi. north of U.S. 380, east side of Alan and Dorothy Thetford prairie., 33.248294 -97.080976

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406376Fred B. Jones   7111952-04-25
United States, Texas, San Patricio, 3 miles northeast of Sinton. In sandy loam soil.

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Herbertia caerulea (Herbert) Herbert
BRIT406383Steve L. Orzell   50471987-04-15
United States, Texas, Liberty, Clayey roadside and pasture, on E side of FM 1008, just N of crossing of Bowie Creek, ca. 3.5 mi N of downtown Dayton, formerly a fragipan flatwoods forest, Liberty 7.5' Quad, . Geology - Beaumont Formation (Quaternary)., 23m

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406377Alfred Traverse   12631959-05-06
United States, Texas, San Patricio, San Patricio County: Welder Wildlife Foundation, N of Sinton. Near road at closest approach of road to Pollito Lake. . Prairie near Prosopis jul.-Acacia farnes. -Celtis spin. complex. Hard, gray-buff silt. Perennial herb, 15-20 cm. Spindly upright from deep rootstock. Pale violet-blue outer perianth parts, violet inner parts., 15m

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406365Peggy Amerson   281970-04-20
United States, Texas, Hardin, road northwest of Kountze near a church.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406373H. B. Parker   145731937-06-06
United States, Texas, Wilson, sand hells. Herb. Kicastee

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406381Wm. L. McCart   65851957-04-20
United States, Texas, Matagorda, U.S. Highway 71, 4 miles south of Midfields. In roadside ditch. Sepals purple; pale lavender near mid portion, and white, speckled with purple near base. Petals deep purple, deeper purple at base. Geology: Beaumont Clay.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406363A. Traverse   3311957-04-23
United States, Texas, Harris, ca. 50 yds W of SW corner central ball park on Memorial Drive ca. 200 yds south of road, Houston Memorial Park., 17m

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406366V. L. Cory   571271950-04-17
United States, Texas, Hardin, Hardin Co.: eastern Silsbee; a colony on railroad right of way. Scapes up to 2 dm. high or more; leaves not overtopping inflorescence; perianth blue.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406367V. L. Cory   551411949-03-30
United States, Texas, Goliad, Goliad Co.: 1/2 mile west of Goliad; abundant on grounds of Gillis Courts. Stems about 1 dm. high; bulb-like rootstock about 1/5 cm. in diameter.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406372Eula Whitehouse   182521947-04-23
United States, Texas, Aransas, Sepals purple, petals small, purple and spotted. north of Rockport, Barber's Pond; low wet grounds.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406371V. L. Cory   553521949-04-01
United States, Texas, Atascosa, 5 3/4 miles east of Pleasanton; frequent in open sandy woods. Stems up to 2.5 dm. high; leaves not over-topping the inflorescence.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406382Peggy A. Amerson   3701971-04-10
United States, Texas, Liberty, along Bill Davials Ranch road, west of Rye on Hwy 834.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406369Wm. F. Mahler   53691969-03-31
United States, Texas, Bee, Alophia drummondii (Grahm) Foster Chaparral, 8 mi SW of Beeville on Hwy 59.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406364Alfred Traverse   20291961-04-25
United States, Texas, Harris, Houston, TB Hospital grounds, 3602 W. Dallas., 20m

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406378Eula Whitehouse   211621949-04-15
United States, Texas, Refugio, Herbertia drummondiana Herb. northeast of Refugio on Highway 77, 2 miles north of intersection with Highway 113; coastal prairie, black waxy clay. Sepals light purplish-blue, white at base with darker spots; petals purple, very dark at base; anthers golden yellow at base, in bud longer than sepals. Style yellow at base, red on lower part and paler above.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406370Wm. Larrey McCart   57241956-05-03
United States, Texas, Bastrop, Sandy pasture, in open post oak woods. Two miles northeast of Cedar Creek. Unusual rootstock structure. Seguin sand formation of Wilcox Group.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406362Frank W. Gould   67801955-04-20
United States, Texas, Jackson, Perianth blue-violet. On grassy road right of way; 4 miles east of Edna.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406375V. L. Cory   541461948-03-28
United States, Texas, San Patricio, Stem from a bulb-like rootstock, up to 2.5 dm. high; leaves usually 6, linear, up to 6mm broad. San Patricio County: 2 2/3 miles northwest of St Paul, at the Bee County line; frequent on grassy roadside.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406380Wm. L. McCart   66351957-04-20
United States, Texas, Matagorda, Sepals purple; pale lavender near mid portion, and white, speckled with purple near base. Petals deep purple, deeper purple at base. U.S. Highway 35, on first inlet of bay, ca. ten miles west of Palacios. In alluvial marl containing much salt in intertidal zone. Geology: Alluvium of Pleistocene Age.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406368V. L. Cory   541261948-03-28
United States, Texas, Bee, Bulb-like rootstock, elliptical, about 2.5 cm. long. 1.5 cm. thick; stems about 1.5 dm. high; perianth blue ; sepals obovate. 4 miles southwest of Skidmore; frequent in clayey grassland pasture.

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Herbertia lahue subsp. caerulea (Herbert) Goldblatt
BRIT406379Janice B. Lacey   9671968-04-28
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, Woden-Etoile Rd, 7.7 mi. from Woden Y. One location nearly destroyed by road building. Very heavy clay soil.

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Herbertia lahue (Molina) Goldblatt
BRIT840372Kimberlie Sasan   642021-04-11
United States, Texas, Brazoria, Residential neighborhood, front yard, 29.169218 -95.634602

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BRIT1042118   
[filed under North America]

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BRIT1042119   
[filed under North America]


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