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

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


FSU
000123179   
United States, Florida, Collier, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123178   
United States, Florida, Manatee, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123177   
United States, Florida, Palm Beach, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123176   
United States, Florida, Broward, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123175   
United States, Florida, Brevard, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123174   
United States, Florida, Palm Beach, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123173   
United States, Florida, Collier, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123172   
United States, Florida, Martin, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000081258   
United States, Florida, Lee, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000123180   
United States, Florida, Broward, detailed locality information protected

FSU
000181099James Bennett   11976-01-09
United States, Florida, Volusia, Found by new dune road, Cape Canaveral Seashore Park. Three miles south of old Coast Guard Station.

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000181100Vernon Harkey   21976-01-09
United States, Florida, Volusia, Found on new dune road Cape Canaveral Seashore Park. Three miles south of old Coast Guard Station.

FSU
000181101Francis Thorne   1960-05-08
United States, Florida, Palm Beach, At "Blowing Rocks" near Jupiter.

FSU
000181102Francis Thorne   1960-05-08
United States, Florida, Palm Beach, At "Blowing Rocks" near Jupiter.

FSU
000123181   
United States, Hawaii

FSU
Scaevola taccada (Gaertn.) Roxb.
000123182   


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.