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Lathyrus latifolius L.
Herbarium:Rhodes College Herbarium (SWMT)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Fabaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Lathyrus latifolius L.
Herbarium Name Used:Lathyrus latifolius
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Shelby: Found in alley parallel to and between North Parkway and Tutwiler, perpindicular to McLean and running behind University Park Cleaners growing along fence.
Description:Found in alley parallel to and between North Parkway and Tutwiler, perpendicular to McLean and running behind University Park Cleaners growing along fence. Perennial vine growing along fence in shade at various heights (up to 1 m) corolla purple and white; odorless; can vary to other colors including red; rhizomatous; climbing/twining; commonly known as the everlasting wild pea 
Habitat:Found in alley parallel to and between North Parkway and Tutwiler, perpendicular to McLean and running behind University Park Cleaners growing along fence. Perennial vine growing along fence in shade at various heights (up to 1 m) corolla purple and white; odorless; can vary to other colors including red; rhizomatous; climbing/twining; commonly known as the everlasting wild pea
Collector:Miriam Dillard MD-35
  with Rachel Luck, Susan Wright
Date:3 November 2002
Accession No:SWMT05501

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