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Edlund et al. – American Journal of Botany 2016. DOI: 10.3732/ajb.1600031 – Appendix S1 – Page 1



Appendix S1. Plants surveyed for pollen germination site. When collected at botanical gardens, stigmas were cross pollinated, if possible, using a paintbrush, and the entire carpel was collected into 50% Karnovsky’s fixative; pollen was also dusted onto solidified pollen growth medium. From other field sites, entire plants were transferred to the laboratory (in a cooler with an ice pack), before pollen was dusted in situ or in vitro; plants were then pressed for voucher specimens.


Family

Genus

species

Date collected

Location

GPS

Voucher

Acanthaceae

Asystasia

gangetica

12/13/04

ABG

(Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta, GA)









Acanthaceae

Hemigraphis

sp

1/5/05

ABG







Acanthaceae

Justicia

brandegeeana

10/22/04

USBG (US Botanical Garden, Washington DC)







Acanthaceae

Justicia

sp

11/16/04

ABG







Acanthaceae

Odontonema

stricta

11/16/04

ABG







Acanthaceae

Pachystachys

lutea

10/22/04

USBG







Acanthaceae

Pachystachys

lutea

11/16/04

ABG







Acanthaceae

Porphyrocoma

pohliana

2/2/05

ABG







Acanthaceae

Ruellia

elegans

10/22/04

USBG







Acanthaceae

Ruellia

sp (var splendens)

11/16/04

ABG







Acanthaceae

Ruellia

colorata

2/2/05

ABG







Acanthaceae

Ruellia

makiyana

2/2/05

ABG







Acanthaceae

Sanchezia

speciosa

10/7/05

USBG







Acanthaceae

Thunbergia

grandiflora

10/22/04

USBG







Aceraceae

Acer

sp

4/5/05

Spelman College (campus, Atlanta, GA)

33.746053, -84.411557




Aizoaceae

Cephallophyllum

sp

10/7/05

USBG







Aizoaceae

Conophytum

minulum

10/7/05

USBG







Aizoaceae

Delosperma

sp

11/10/04

ABG







Aizoaceae

Glottiphyllum

parvifolium

11/30/04

ABG







Aizoaceae

Schwantesia

ruedebuschii

10/22/04

USBG







Amaryllidaceae

Haemanthus

multiflorus

2/9/05

ABG







Amaryllidaceae

Narcissus

sp

4/5/05

Spelman College

33.745529, -84.410009




Apocynaceae

Adenium

obesum

11/10/04

ABG







Apocynaceae

Adenium

sp

1/27/05

ABG







Apocynaceae

Catharanthus

roseus

11/16/04

ABG







Apocynaceae

Catharanthus

sp

11/30/04

ABG







Apocynaceae

Pachypodium

brevicaule

11/30/04

ABG







Apocynaceae

Rauvolfia

serpentina

10/7/05

USBG







Aquifoliaceae

Ilex

sp

4/5/05

Spelman College

33.746053, -84.411557




Araceae

Amorphophallus

konjac

11/16/04

ABG







Araceae

Amorphophallus

dunni

2/9/05

ABG







Araceae

Anthurium

sp

9/28/04

ABG







Araceae

Anthurium

eggersii

10/22/04

USBG







Araceae

Anthurium

andraeanum

10/22/04

USBG







Araceae

Anthurium

andraeanum

10/22/04

USBG







Araceae

Spathiphyllum

cannifolium

9/28/04

ABG







Araceae

Spathiphyllum

sp

10/22/04

USBG







Aristolochiaceae

Aristolochia

sp

11/16/04

ABG







Aristolochiaceae

Aristolochia

grandiflora

9/29/09

ABG







Aristolochiaceae

Aristolochia

elegans

11/30/04

ABG







Aristolochiaceae

Aristolochia

gibertii

10/22/04

USBG







Agavaceae

Yucca

filamentosa

11/22/05

Atlanta, unspecified locale







Asteraceae

Chrysanthemum

pacificum

11/10/04

ABG







Asteraceae

Ligularia

tussilaginea

11/10/04

ABG







Asteraceae

Othonna

hallii

11/30/04










Asteraceae

Senecio

spiculosus

11/30/04

ABG







Asteraceae

Senecio

articulatus

11/30/04

ABG







Asteraceae

Senecio

cliffordianus

1/27/05

ABG







Asteraceae

Taraxacum

officinalis

4/5/05

Spelman College

33.745529, -84.410009




Balsaminaceae

Impatiens

repens

11/10/04

ABG







Begoniaceae

Begonia

froebellii

11/16/04

ABG







Berberidaceae

Mahonia

sp

1/11/05

ABG







Brassicaceae

Alliaria

petiolata

5/10/06

Mountain Lake Biological Station, VA

37.375248, -80.522408




Brassicaceae

Alliaria

petiolata

6/14/06

U Mass Wheeler Hall steps, Amherst, MA (Collected by R. Prostak)




V

Brassicaceae

Arabidopsis

arenosa

9/11/07

Reared from ABRC seed







Brassicaceae

Arabis

canadensis

5/10/06

VA Mountain Lake Biological Institute




V

Brassicaceae

Arabis

laevigata

5/21/05

Great Smoky Mts National Park on 441 N of Newfound Gap, TN

35.639518, -83.479242




Brassicaceae

Arabis

laevigata

5/16/06

Sleeping Giant State Park, CT (Collected by Bryan Connolly)




V

Brassicaceae

Arabis

missouriensis

3/14/06

Heggie's Rock, GA

33.516219, -82.279590

V

Brassicaceae

Barbarea

verna

4/30/05

Hwy 441 N of Clayton GA

34.923721, -83.386167




Brassicaceae

Barbarea

verna

4/15/06

Cartertown Rd, Gatlinburg, TN

35.739572, -83.483121




Brassicaceae

Barbarea

verna

4/29/06

Atlanta, unspecified locale




V

Brassicaceae

Barbarea

vulgaris

5/10/06

Mountain Lake Biological Station, VA

37.375248, -80.522408




Brassicaceae

Barbarea

vulgaris

5/30/06

Great Smokies and vicinity




V

Brassicaceae

Berteroa

incana

6/19/06

Soddy-Daisy, TN

35.220181, -85.203555




Brassicaceae

Berteroa

incana

7/12/06

Amherst, MA (collected by R. Prostak)

42.370355, -72.516600

V

Brassicaceae

Brassica

oleracea

4/13/05

Medlock Rd, Atlanta, GA

33.797085, -84.290230




Brassicaceae

Brassica

oleracea

4/13/05

Connecticut Ave, Atlanta, GA

33.761327, -84.329101



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