Dataset: FSU
Taxa: Altingiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


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000094276R. K. Godfrey   574591958-08-10
United States, Florida, Hernando, Chinsegut Hill, 4.5 miles N of Brooksville.

FSU
000094275Hardin   1951-11-04
United States, Florida, Leon, F.S.U. Campus

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000094277   
Japan

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000178353B. Van Akin   1958-07-02
United States, Florida, Volusia, Highlands Park - DeLand.

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000178363Jay Nunley   1531962-05-11
United States, Florida, Volusia, Growing behind the west wing of Stetson Hall, Stetson Campus

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000178352N. Annette Morris   411964-03-11
United States, Florida, Volusia, Collected 5.3 mi. NW of Elizabeth Hall on Hiland Park Road

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000178354Laura Hall   391963-03-27
United States, Florida, Seminole, S Lake Mary Rd.

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000178355Shirley Wingfield   1201962-05-03
United States, Florida, Volusia, Collected on side of East Minnesto Ave, DeLand.

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000178356   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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000178357   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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000178358Jack L. Barker   1051962-04-11
United States, Florida, Volusia, Collected on Stetson campus.

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000178359Bunny Bergin   1461962-05-12
United States, Florida, Volusia, Found behind Stetson Hall on Campus.

FSU
000178360   
United States, Georgia, Bulloch

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000178361Sue Acree   1971-01-00
United States, Florida, Volusia, Hontoon Island, 50 yds. E. of shell mound.

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000178362Dorothy Cladin   741968-06-20
United States, Florida, Volusia, Stetson University campus, DeLand.

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000178364   
United States, Georgia, Bulloch

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000178365Bill Carr   361959-03-14
United States, Florida, Volusia, Collected about 100 yds. w. of ACL RR station on old N.Y. Ave, DeLand.

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000178366   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

FSU
000189389Austin Mast   10092023-04-29
United States, Florida, Leon, Residence on Noble Drive, 30.47908 -84.246865


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