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

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


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000090281R. W. Long, G. Avery, J. De Boer, R. Hebert, G. Hills   22291966-08-07
United States, Florida, Monroe, Big Pine Key, Cactus Hammock, on SE point of Key.

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000090280O. Lakela, D. Laker   286861965-05-26
United States, Florida, Sarasota, Sarasota, Longboat Key, south end. Overlooking Gulf of Mexico.

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000090279Ann F. Johnson   1991-04-02
United States, Florida, Lee, on shell mound in Joccelyn Island (state owned) in Pine Island Sound

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000090278R. Kral   162591962-12-22
United States, Florida, Martin, Stuart Beach, e. of Stuart

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000090277Mary E. Nolan   811997-04-23
United States, Florida, Sarasota, Historic Spanish Point, in Osprey west of Highway 41. 0-10 m elevation. 27°12'15"N; 82°29'46"W

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000090276Ann F. Johnson   83051989-05-08
United States, Florida, Charlotte, At southern tip of Port Charlotte Beach State Recreation Area

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000090284J.A. Simpson   
United States, Florida, Collier, Chokoloskee ("Chokoliska") Island Florida

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000090283Elbert L. Little Jr.   149991952-09-08
United States, Florida, Monroe, Big Pine Key, S. end

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000090282Robert F. Thorne   102671951-12-24
United States, Florida, Pinellas, Mud Key, in Boca Ciega Bay.

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000090275R. Kral   619911978-06-09
United States, Florida, Martin, Small tree of hammock along Indian River, Sewall's Point, e. of Stuart.

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000181242V. Harkey, J. Bennett   311976-01-23
United States, Florida, Volusia, Oyster bed near Old Coast Guard Station, Cape Canaveral Seashore Park.


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