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

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
Canna L.
BRYV0025808Ken Heil   52941989-05-24
Mexico, Hidalgo, Ca 25 mi north of Zacualtipan.

BRY:V
Canna L.
BRYV0025807K. Thorne   99521992-02-26
Costa Rica, Chilamate.

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BRYV0025809F. Marchett   3342005-07-26
Brazil, Rs - Mun. de Nova Roma do Sul., 700m

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BRYV0025805W. C. McClatchey   1961991-10-31
Fiji, MelÕulu, Rotuma.

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BRYV0025804K. Thorne   93451991-05-08
U.S.A., Hawaii, Molokai Island Co. KaÕa Gulch. E. of Kalani Beach and Keonelele Strip., 70m

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BRYV0025803K. Thorne   70371989-08-03
U.S.A., Hawaii, Waimea, cultivated area, south of the town., 814m

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BRYV0025802K. Thorne   103781992-05-27
U.S.A., Hawaii, Kauai, Hanahanapuni, one mile south Keahua Arboretum, ca 6 air miles west of Wailua., 200m

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BRYV0025801K. Thorne   98671992-02-20
Costa Rica, Turriabalba, Cordilla Central Centro Agronomico Tropical (Catie) experimental station.

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BRYV0025800K. Thorne   97591990-08-04
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu.

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BRYV0198686F. Gonzatti   21162015-09-12
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Os—rio, Fazenda do Arroio. Pr—xima ˆ lagoa da Emboaba., -29.97361 -50.21277, 3m

BRY:V
Canna edulis Ker Gawl.
BRYV0025806Tom Black   s.n.1984-08-19
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Provo, BYU Botany Greenhouse. Source: M.L. Robinson, Largo, Florica.

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BRYV0025799C. Fred McNary   291964-08-29
U.S.A., Florida, Volusia, Junction of Nova Road nad US 1 north of Ormond.

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BRYV0025797   
U.S.A., South Carolina, Jasper, detailed locality information protected

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BRYV0025796F. H. Sargent   67491953-08-28
U.S.A., Florida, Hardee, Avon Park, 10 mi. W of along Rt. 64.

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BRYV0025810L. Scur   1281999-11-06
Brazil, Rs - Mun. Vale Real., 550m


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