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

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


FSU
Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
000158135   
United States, Mississippi, Jackson

FSU
Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
000158136   
United States, Alabama, Baldwin

FSU
Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
000158137   
United States, Georgia, Grady

FSU
Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
000158138   
United States, Georgia, Randolph

FSU
Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
000158139   
United States, Texas, Jasper

FSU
Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
000158140   
United States, Texas, Tyler

FSU
Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
000176652   

FSU
000158141   
United States, Alabama, Houston

FSU
000158142   
United States, Mississippi, Harrison

FSU
000158143   
United States, North Carolina, Dare

FSU
000158144   
United States, North Carolina, Scotland

FSU
000158145   
United States, South Carolina, Orangeburg, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000158146   
United States, Texas, Houston

FSU
000158147   
United States, Texas, Hardin

FSU
000176653   

FSU
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
000158148   
United States, Alabama, Mobile

FSU
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
000158149   
United States, North Carolina, Brunswick

FSU
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
000157812   
United States, South Carolina, Lexington

FSU
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
000158150   
United States, South Carolina, Georgetown

FSU
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
000158151   
United States, Texas, Gonzales

FSU
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
000158152   
United States, Texas, Robertson

FSU
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
000158153   
United States, Texas, Gonzales


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Google Map

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