Dataset: ASU-Plants
Search Criteria: Trinidad and Tobago; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0052567R. S. Worthington   177571989-01-08
Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago, St. John Parish, Little Tobago Island.

ASU:Plants
Melocactus broadwayi (Britton & Rose) A. Berger
ASU0053721R. D. Worthington   177581989-01-08
Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago, St. John Parish, Little Tobago Island.

ASU:Plants
ASU0053945R. D. Worthington   181791989-07-18
Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago, St. George Parish. Hillsborough Dam area.

ASU:Plants
Hylocereus undatus (Haw.) Britton & Rose
ASU0066839R. D. Worthington   180241989-07-13
Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago, St. Patrick Parish. Crown Point airport.

ASU:Plants
Hylocereus lemairei (Hook.) Britton & Rose
ASU0066840R. D. Worthington   180921989-07-15
Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago, St. Paul Parish. Merchiston Estate., 243m

ASU:Plants
Epiphyllum hookeri (Link & Otto) Haw.
ASU0069689R. D. Worthington   181801989-07-18
Trinidad and Tobago, Tobago, St. George Parish. Hillsborough Dam area., 152m


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