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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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BRYV0213969F. H. Sargent   s.n.1950-06-18
U.S.A., Alabama, Mobile, Old Spanish Fort, 7 miles east of Mobile, on US 90.

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BRYV0213968F. H. Sargent   67431953-08-27
U.S.A., Homestead, Fla, .7 mi. SW

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BRYV0213967Kaye Thorne   75261990-05-21
U.S.A., Florida, Dade, Miami, Fairchild Tropical Garden cultivated plants all over the world, including tropical, semitropical, deserts, and temperate areas. Coco plum.

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BRYV0213966Kaye Thorne   77001990-05-31
U.S.A., Florida, Dade, Miami, Fairchild Tropical Garden, cultivated plants from al over the world, including tropical, semitropical, deserts, and temperate areas. Coco plum.

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Chrysobalanus ricaco
BRYV0213965Edna Snow   866S1938-05-28
U.S.A., Florida, Miami-Dade, Everglades, Cape Sable, Florida 30 miles South East of Miami., 2m

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BRYV0213964R. L. Wilbur   81741964-08-01
west indies, Dominica, Weedy roadside thicket near La Plaine and Plaisance Bay about 5 miles south of Rosalie on the eastern coast.

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BRYV0213963R. L. Wilbur   80031964-07-27
west indies, Dominica, Shrub and small tree covered slopes near Point Carib on Grand bay on the southeastern coast.

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BRYV0213962Stanley L. Welsh   248751991-07-04
French Polynesia, Raiatea, Pandanus scrub, with blackish cyperaceae. Temehani Plateau, ca due west of Avera., 800m

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BRYV0213960F. H. Sargent   82611964-06-20
U.S.A., Picayune, Miss. 1 mi. N. Dry pineland.

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BRYV0213959F. H. Sargent   97231968-08-04
U.S.A., Picayune, Miss, ca .8 mi. SE. Dry pineland.


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