Dataset: ASU-Plants
Search Criteria: Haiti; Artibonite; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
Eugenia ligustrina (Sw.) Willd.
ASU0034440T. Zanoni   350501985-06-09
Haiti, Artibonite, Presqu'ile Nord-Ouest. 16.5 km. al 'oeste' de Gonaives en la carretera costera a Anse-Rouge: zona arida, matorral sobre suelo calcareo sobre la loma al norte de la carretera, en la misma loma, 19.4667 -72.7667, 10 - 10m

ASU:Plants
Eugenia ligustrina (Sw.) Willd.
ASU0034438T. Zanoni   350501985-06-09
Haiti, Artibonite, Presqu'ile Nord-Ouest. 16.5 km. al 'oeste' de Gonaives en la carretera costera a Anse-Rouge. zona arida, matorral sobre suelo calcareo sobre la loma al norte de la carretera., 19.4667 -72.7667, 10 - 10m

ASU:Plants
Ageratina Spach
ASU0004599David J. Keil   164631982-11-16
Haiti, Artibonite, Between Ennery and St. Michel d'Atalaye.

ASU:Plants
Synedrella nodiflora (L.) Gaertn.
ASU0028737David J. Keil   164611982-11-16
Haiti, Artibonite, Along road from Ennery to St. Michel d`Atalaye, a few km S of Ennery., 304m

ASU:Plants
ASU0053684David Keil   164571982-11-15
Haiti, Artibonite, Km 135 along highway from Port au Prince to Gonaives, 24 km N of Rio Artibonite bridge.

ASU:Plants
Stenocereus hystrix (Haw.) Buxbaum
ASU0053990David Keil   164561982-11-15
Haiti, Artibonite, Km 135 along highway from Port au Prince to Gonaives, 24 km N of Rio Artibonite bridge.

ASU:Plants
Cylindropuntia caribaea (Britton & Rose) F.M.Knuth
ASU0054463David Keil   164581982-11-15
Haiti, Artibonite, Km 135 along highway from Port au Prince to Gonaives, 24 km N of Rio Artibonite bridge.

ASU:Plants
ASU0058529David J. Keil   164731982-11-05
Haiti, Artibonite, Southern edge of Gros Morne.


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