Specimen 464146
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Specimen Record: [464146] Quercus palustris hierarchy

Contributor:Steven Baskaufemail
Submitter:Steven Baskaufemail
Group:Bioimages
Date Submitted:2008-11-19
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Last Modified:2008-11-18
Publish Date:2008-11-18
Description:Specimen added


Specimen Id: 464146
Basis of Record: Living organism
Sex: Hermaphrodite
Form: Unspecified
Type Status: Nontype
Stage: Adult
DeterminedBy: Steven J. Baskauf
Determination Notes:


Morphbank biodiversity NSF FSU Florida State University Bioimages Steven J. Baskauf Reflected light, macrophotography Live Whole plant Up trunk Unspecified Unspecified Steven J. Baskauf Unspecified North America  US   Tennessee; Davidson; Vanderbilt University Vanderbilt University Dept. of Biological Sciences Plantae Tracheobionta Magnoliophyta Magnoliopsida Hamamelidae Fagales Fagaceae Quercus Quercus palustrispin oak
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Collection


Collector: Steven J. Baskauf
Institution: bioimages
Collection Code: vanderbilt
Catalog: 12-76
Date Collected: 2002-06-17

Locality

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Locality Id: 464145
Continent: North America
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Country: UNITED STATES
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Locality: Tennessee; Davidson; Vanderbilt University
Latitude: 36.14274
Longitude: -86.79902
Elevation (m): 177
Depth (m):

Determination



Kingdom:Plantae  
Phylum:Magnoliophyta  
Class:Magnoliopsida  
Order:Fagales  
Family:Fagaceae  
Genus:Quercus  
Species:Quercus palustris  

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External Unique Reference:
dcterms:identifier: urn:uuid:b125594c-5db9-41d9-9817-434e0af93080
Specimen 1 dcterms:identifier: urn:uuid:b6058c22-19b4-4034-99db-a74303f07c79
External Identification: http://bioimages.vanderbilt.edu/vanderbilt/12-76

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