Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: Aneilema
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0025817S. W. Leonard   20841968-09-24
U.S.A., North Carolina, Wayne, Margin of Williams Mill Pond on NC 55, 5 mi. east of Mt. Olive.

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BRYV0025815William B. Fox   43981950-09-23
U.S.A., North Carolina, Nash, Near waterÕs edge on Tar R, below US Rte. 64.

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BRYV0025814T. R. Murphy   163T1981-09-14
U.S.A., South Carolina, Pickens, Woods on w. side of Lake Issaqueena at dam site in Clemson Univ. Exp.

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BRYV0025813Rick Willey   1221992-10-19
U.S.A., South Carolina, Pickens, Lake Issaqueena; located approximately 4 miles due NW of junction of SC 133 with US 123/76 in town of Clemson, SC. (Turn west off of SC 133 about 0.5 mi. north of Daniel High School to reach entrance to upper end of lake.) Part of Clemson Univ. Forest.

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Aneilema beniniense (P.Beauv.) Kunth
BRYV0025816Tom Black   s.n.1986-01-10
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Provo, BYU Botany Greenhouse. Seed from M.L. Robinson, County Extension Agent, Largo, Florida.


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