Thomas M. Pullen Herbarium
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 University of Mississippi | Biology Department
Mississippi Plants Checklist
Allium Species
Each of the following have been documented for the state of Mississippi.
"Accepted Name" is the scientific name currently used in the USDA Plants Database.
Click on the Accepted Name to search the Pullen Herbarium Specimen Database.

Accepted Name: Allium ampeloprasum L.
Source: 1968. Castanea.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium ampeloprasum L. var. ampeloprasum
Source: Radford, A. et al, eds. Vascular Flora of the Southeastern United States. A series of unpublished manuscripts by various authors.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium canadense L.
Source: Lowe, E.N. 1921. Plants of Mississippi. Mississippi State Geological Survey Bull., No. 17. Jackson, Mississippi.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium canadense L. var. canadense
Source: Lowe, E.N. 1921. Plants of Mississippi. Mississippi State Geological Survey Bull., No. 17. Jackson, Mississippi.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is present in the Mississippi State University Herbarium (MISSA).

Accepted Name: Allium canadense L. var. mobilense (Regel) Ownbey
Source: Lowe, E.N. 1921. Plants of Mississippi. Mississippi State Geological Survey Bull., No. 17. Jackson, Mississippi.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium cepa L.
Source: Rogers, K.E. Checklist of the Vascular Flora of Forrest, Lamar, and Perry Counties, Mississippi. Unpublished and undated manuscript.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is not present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium cepa L. var. cepa
Source: John Kartesz. Personal communication. Often used to indicate the likely expression of a species within a state or province.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is not present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium cernuum Roth
Source: Radford, A.E., H.A. Ahles, and C.R. Bell. 1964. Manual of the Vascular Flora of the Carolinas. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is not present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium cernuum Roth var. cernuum
Source: John Kartesz. Personal communication. Often used to indicate the likely expression of a species within a state or province.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is not present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium neapolitanum Cirillo
Source: Wieland, R.G., with C.T. Bryson, B. Sorrie, K. Gordon, S. Leonard, and J.T. Kartesz. 3 March 2003. Introduced Plants of Mississippi. Draft of list by Mississippi Natural Heritage Program and participating botanists.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is not present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium sativum L.
Source: Rogers, K.E. Checklist of the Vascular Flora of Forrest, Lamar, and Perry Counties, Mississippi. Unpublished and undated manuscript.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is not present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium vineale L.
Source: 1968. Castanea.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

Accepted Name: Allium vineale L. ssp. vineale
Source: Hitchcock, C.L., A. Cronquist, M. Ownbey, and J.W. Thompson. 1955-1969. Vascular Plants of the Pacific Northwest. 5 Vols. University of Washington Press, Seatle.
Herbarium Information: A specimen collected in Mississippi is present in the Pullen Herbarium (MISS).

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