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

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


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000094057William R. Stimson   4971964-06-15
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Miami.

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000094058R. K. Godfrey   583021960-01-28
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Plant Introduction Garden, Coconut Grove

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000178292Francis Thorne   1311960-04-10
United States, Florida, Palm Beach, W. Palm Beach, Sear's Parking Lot.

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000178297E. Norman   1976-10-02
United States, Florida, Volusia, Canaveral National Seashore near Ross Hammock.

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000178296Lynn Lashbrook   241993-04-22
United States, Florida, Volusia, Turtle Mound.

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000178298E. Norman   1461972-05-05
United States, Florida, Volusia, White Mangrove. Turtle Mound.

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000178299Hal Crum   1974-05-07
United States, Florida, Volusia, Near Turtle Mound.

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000178300John Brooks   381974-05-11
United States, Florida, Volusia, At Turtle Mound New Smyrna Beach.

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000178293   191993-04-22
United States, Florida, Volusia, A1A.

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000178294J. Bennett   131976-01-14
United States, Florida, Volusia, Near Eldora, Cape Canaveral Seashore Park.

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000178295V. Harkey   121976-01-14
United States, Florida, Volusia, Near Eldora-Cape Canaveral Seashore Park

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Terminalia bellirica (Gaertn.) Roxb.
000094060William R. Stimson   6691964-07-04
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, In Miami.

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Combretum indicum (L.) DeFilipps
000178301Francis Thorne   1960-08-15
United States, Florida, Palm Beach, Collected at Island Landscope Co. Nursery; West Palm Beach.

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Terminalia tomentosa Wight & Arn.
000094061R. K. Godfrey   582421960-01-26
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Plant Introduction Garden, Coconut Grove.


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