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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
Serenoa repens (W.Bartram) Small
BRYV0029727A. E. Radford   115121967-09-17
U.S.A., South Carolina, Beaufort, Flatwood scrub along S.c. 46, 1.1 miles north of Bluffton, and 0.5 mil south of jct. with U.S. 278.

BRY:V
Serenoa repens (W.Bartram) Small
BRYV0029724Wilbur H. Duncan   203671956-07-26
U.S.A., Georgia, McIntosh, About 1.4 mi. WNW of souther tip of Blackbear Island.

BRY:V
Serenoa repens (W.Bartram) Small
BRYV0029984A. B. Seymour   91981891-09-08
Mexico, Ocean Springs, Miss.

BRY:V
Serenoa repens (W.Bartram) Small
BRYV0029726A. E. Radford   115121967-09-17
U.S.A., South Carolina, Beaufort, Flatwood scrub along S.c. 46, 1.1 miles north of Bluffton, and 0.5 mil south of jct. with U.S. 278.

BRY:V
Serenoa repens (W.Bartram) Small
BRYV0029725Hugh N. Mozingo   46331951-11-25
U.S.A., Florida, Polk, 1 mi. W. of Poyner.


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