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Prunus caroliniana Ait.
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Herbarium:Eastern Kentucky University, Ronald L. Jones Herbarium (EKY)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Kentucky. Madison: Berea College Campus- in alcove on south side of Edwards Hall- also seen at northeast corner (between parking lot and sidewalk). Multi Trunked tree; crushed leaves with annatto smell; flowers whitish; fruits purple balck.
Collector:John Richard Abbott 4605
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Accession No:31234100632056

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:Berea College, Ralph L. Thompson Herbarium (BEREA)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Kentucky. Madison:
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Accession No:BEREA019997

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:Berea College, Ralph L. Thompson Herbarium (BEREA)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Kentucky. Madison:
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Accession No:BEREA019995

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:Berea College, Ralph L. Thompson Herbarium (BEREA)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Kentucky. Madison:
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Accession No:BEREA019996

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:Berea College, Ralph L. Thompson Herbarium (BEREA)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Kentucky. Madison:
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Accession No:BEREA019998

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:University of Tennessee (TENN)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Knox:
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Accession No:TENN-V-0120759

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:University of Tennessee (TENN)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Shelby:
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Accession No:TENN-V-0120760

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:University of Tennessee (TENN)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Giles:
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Accession No:TENN-V-0120758

Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium:University of Tennessee, Chattanooga (UCHT)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Ait.
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Polk:
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Accession No:UCHT015810

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Austin Peay State University Herbarium (APSC)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Polk: First pulloff just east of Highway 314 and Highway 64 junction, at the Polk County Community District office. 35° 05' 55" N, 84° 39' 02" W
Habitat:Lots of invasives in the vicinity.
Collector:Joey Shaw, Dwayne Estes, Sunny Hart, Emily Blyveis, Aaron Floden, and Rob Shepard 
Date:14 June 2011
Accession No:APSC0013361

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Austin Peay State University Herbarium (APSC)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Giles: Substation at unction of Milky Way Rd. and Hwy 31, S. of Waco.
Collector:Dwayne Estes 83
Date:15 November 1998
Accession No:APSC0003080

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Austin Peay State University Herbarium (APSC)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Knox: 4 km SW of downtown Knoxville, 0.57 km NNW of intersection of Kingston Pike and Cherokee Blvd., immediately NNW of Seventh Day Adventist Church, along N side of Third Creek Greenway Trail. 35° 56' 58" N, 83° 57' 45" W
Description:Leaves evergreen, thick and glossy 
Habitat:In disturbed thicket along fencerow just out of floodplain of Third Creek, associated with numerous invasive exotics.
Collector:Dwayne Estes & Madison Estes 9694
Date:March 2007
Accession No:APSC0003079

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Tennessee Technological University Herbarium (HTTU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Putnam:
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Accession No:HTTU015025

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Tennessee Technological University Herbarium (HTTU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Knox:
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Accession No:HTTU015027

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Rutherford:
Collector:Ira Scott 35
Date:1980-10-19
Accession No:MTSU007916

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Rutherford:
Collector:Wes Cunningham 37
Date:2005-12-8
Accession No:MTSU007912

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Rutherford:
Collector:Sandy 41
Date:1983-4-29
Accession No:MTSU007914

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Davidson: At front door of the West End Methodist Church at the Corner of West End Ave and 23rd Ave North
Collector:Richard Marko 97
Date:2009-10-18
Accession No:MTSU007913

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Rutherford:
Collector:Becky Stevens 39
Date:1980-10-27
Accession No:MTSU007911

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Rutherford:
Collector:John H. Rhee 22
Date:1983-10-19
Accession No:MTSU007910

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Rutherford:
Collector:Tim Adams 47
Date:1983-4-25
Accession No:MTSU007915

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:University of Tennessee, Chattanooga (UCHT)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Polk:
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Accession No:UCHT036348

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Rhodes College Herbarium (SWMT)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee.
Collector:Legit J. F. Joor 
Date:
Accession No:SWMT01690

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Rhodes College Herbarium (SWMT)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Shelby: Memphis, Overton Park, rear center of park next to dog park
Description:An evergreen, ornamental and large hedge plant in southeastern North America, often escaping from cultivation. Carolina laurel cherry is a dense shrub or small tree, 15-36 ft. tall, with a pyramidal to oval outline. Leaves are firm, smooth, evergreen, narrowly elliptic, tapered to a pointed tip and equally tapered to the base. Margins are smooth on reproductive trees, with narrow, pointed teeth on saplings and root sprouts. Upper surface is dark green and shiny, the lower surface lighter and duller. Flowers are white to cream, about 3/16 inch wide, in showy elongate clusters among the leaves, opening from February to April. Fruit is fleshy, but with a thin pulp, black, 1/2 inch long by 3/8 inch wide, egg shaped with a small tip, and persistent through winter. 
Habitat:An evergreen, ornamental and large hedge plant in southeastern North America, often escaping from cultivation. Carolina laurel cherry is a dense shrub or small tree, 15-36 ft. tall, with a pyramidal to oval outline. Leaves are firm, smooth, evergreen, narrowly elliptic, tapered to a pointed tip and equally tapered to the base. Margins are smooth on reproductive trees, with narrow, pointed teeth on saplings and root sprouts. Upper surface is dark green and shiny, the lower surface lighter and duller. Flowers are white to cream, about 3/16 inch wide, in showy elongate clusters among the leaves, opening from February to April. Fruit is fleshy, but with a thin pulp, black, 1/2 inch long by 3/8 inch wide, egg shaped with a small tip, and persistent through winter.
Collector:A. DeGenova 18
Date:24 February 2013
Accession No:SWMT05097

Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium:Rhodes College Herbarium (SWMT)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Rosaceae
Currently Accepted Name:Prunus caroliniana Aiton
Herbarium Name Used:Prunus caroliniana
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Shelby: Memphis, Overton Park, along main trail
Description:An evergreen, ornamental and large hedge plant in southeastern North America, often escaping from cultivation. Carolina laurel cherry is a dense shrub or small tree, 15-36 ft. tall, with a pyramidal to oval outline. Leaves are firm, smooth, evergreen, narrowly elliptic, tapered to a pointed tip and equally tapered to the base. Margins are smooth on reproductive trees, with narrow, pointed teeth on saplings and root sprouts. Upper surface is dark green and shiny, the lower surface lighter and duller. Flowers are white to cream, about 3/16 inch wide, in showy elongate clusters among the leaves, opening from February to April. Fruit is fleshy, but with a thin pulp, black, 1/2 inch long by 3/8 inch wide, egg shaped with a small tip, and persistent through winter. 
Habitat:An evergreen, ornamental and large hedge plant in southeastern North America, often escaping from cultivation. Carolina laurel cherry is a dense shrub or small tree, 15-36 ft. tall, with a pyramidal to oval outline. Leaves are firm, smooth, evergreen, narrowly elliptic, tapered to a pointed tip and equally tapered to the base. Margins are smooth on reproductive trees, with narrow, pointed teeth on saplings and root sprouts. Upper surface is dark green and shiny, the lower surface lighter and duller. Flowers are white to cream, about 3/16 inch wide, in showy elongate clusters among the leaves, opening from February to April. Fruit is fleshy, but with a thin pulp, black, 1/2 inch long by 3/8 inch wide, egg shaped with a small tip, and persistent through winter.
Collector:A. DeGenova 48
Date:7 April 2013
Accession No:SWMT05096

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