Dataset: BRY-V
Search Criteria: Kenya; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
Enhalus acoroides (L. f.) Royle
BRYV0089315Paul A. Cox   14021988-10-21
Kenya, Midas Creek, south of Watson Bay.

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Digitaria argyrotricha (Andersson) Chiov.
BRYV0079963R. Spjut   39251973-12-04
Kenya, Coast Prov.; Kilifi Dist.; ca. 25 mi. W of Malindi or 5 mi. W of Kakoneni at jct. of roads to Tsavo National Park & to Mombasa or Kilifi.

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Cyperus rigidfolius Steud.
BRYV0068406Ivind Johansen   s.n.1976-09-13
Kenya, Kenya west: Kenidio., 2000m

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Rhynchospora macrocarpa Nees
BRYV0085879Ivind Johansen   s.n.1976-06-09
Kenya, Kenya west. Mukowoni. Thessalia., 1200m

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BRYV0079960R. Spjut   27051972-12-03
Kenya, Coast Prov.; Kilifi Dist. Slopes below Jilore forest Station., -3.2 39.91666, 305m

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BRYV0237171┬»lvind Johansen   s.n.1976-09-13
Kenya, Kenya west: Kericho., 2000m


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