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Pycnanthemum muticum
Herbarium:Rhodes College Herbarium (SWMT)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Lamiaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Pycnanthemum muticum Species (Michx.) Pers.
Herbarium Name Used:Pycnanthemum muticum
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Shelby: Found in Barlett 91 m. east of Syacmore View. 305 m. north of Stage Road.
Description:Approximately 0.8 m. tall, herb growing at the edge of a moist wood, inflorescences head- like, terminal or in axil, cymose, in corymb, mint smell strong , leaves subtending heads velvety above and glaborous below. Latitude: 35 degrees 12'28 N; Longitude : 89 degrees 52'1 W; Elevation : 87m. 
Habitat:Approximately 0.8 m. tall, herb growing at the edge of a moist wood, inflorescences head- like, terminal or in axil, cymose, in corymb, mint smell strong , leaves subtending heads velvety above and glaborous below. Latitude: 35 degrees 12'28 N; Longitude : 89 degrees 52'1 W; Elevation : 87m.
Collector:Rachel Pigg 22
  with Becky Heineke
Date:9-Sep-02
Accession No:SWMT05455

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