Delta State University
Catalog #: DSC100055
Taxon: Viburnum dentatum L.
Determiner: Bryan Olivi 23 July 2012.
Taxon Remarks: southern arrowwood
Collector: Sidney McDaniel   26786   
Date: 1983-06-24
Verbatim Date: 6/24/1983
Locality: United States, Mississippi, Pearl River, MISSISSIPPI. Pearl River Co.: 2.2 miles west of Henleyfield, S16, near Old River.
Habitat: Mixed hardwood ravine and bluff.
Occurrence Remarks: Common level are near river, to 30 ft, corolla white, anthers purplish. Collected for the Institute for Botanical Exploration (IBE). Formally classified as being in the Caprifoliaceae family, and species formally classified as Viburnum ashe Bush.
Specimen Images
Record Id: 5aa14060-b9ca-475f-b4b3-eeb4aa5b6a68
Occurrence ID (GUID): 5aa14060-b9ca-475f-b4b3-eeb4aa5b6a68
For additional information on this occurrence, please contact: Nina Baghai Riding, Director (nbaghai@deltastate.edu)
Current Record
Delta State University (DSC)
Sidney McDaniel 267861983-06-24
Catalog Number: DSC100055
GUID: 5aa14060-b9ca-475f-b4b3-eeb4aa5b6a68
Latest Identification: Viburnum dentatum
Identified by: Bryan Olivi 23 July 2012.

Missouri Botanical Garden (MO)
Sidney T. McDaniel 267861983-06-24
Catalog Number: 100525836
GUID: urn:catalog:MO:Tropicos:100525836
Latest Identification: Viburnum

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