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

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


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000120879   
United States, Texas, Webb

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000120880   
United States, Mississippi, Lowndes

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000120881   
United States, Mississippi, Neshoba

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000120882   
United States, Georgia, Mitchell

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000120883   
United States, Louisiana, Saint Mary

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000120884   
United States, Louisiana, Tangipahoa

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000120885   
United States, Georgia, Early

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000120886   
United States, North Carolina, Dare

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000120887R. K. Godfrey   531151955-03-28
United States, Florida, Leon, Vicinity of Tallahassee.

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000120737R. K. Godfrey   546581956-04-03
United States, Florida, Leon, Tallahassee.

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000121455   
Peru

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000121456   
Panama, Panama

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000121457   
American Samoa, Mexico

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000176131Loran C. Anderson   307992017-08-02
United States, Florida, Gulf, Bordering N side Rte 22 just E of Dead Lake bridge, NE of Wewahitchka. Lat. 30.12735° N, Long. 85.16948° W.

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000181976Jere Dumas   341959-03-31
United States, Florida, Volusia, S. of DeLand on US 17-92 directly S. of "Bamboo Club".

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000181977Don Reynolds   16
United States, Florida, Volusia, About 1 mi. off Hwy 17-92 on Blue Spgs. Rd, Orange City.

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000181978Francis Thorne   1091960-00-00
United States, Florida, Volusia, Stetson campus behind Business Building.

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000181979Jay Nunley   161962-03-21
United States, Florida, Volusia, Growing about 20' behind Feasel's Paint & Glass in DeLand.

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000181980N. Annette Morris   631964-03-30
United States, Florida, Volusia, 1.8 miles northwest of Elizabeth Hall on West Orange Ave.

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000181981Violet Hicks   1001963-03-30
United States, Florida, Volusia, Collected behind Flagler Hall, Stetson campus.

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000181982John Halliburton   1331963-04-02
United States, Florida, Volusia, Collected on Stetson campus.

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000181983Steve Stafford   701963-03-28
United States, Florida, Volusia, Behind Flager Hall, Stetson Campus.

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000181984Jack L. Barker   591962-03-29
United States, Florida, Volusia, Behind Business Building, Stetson U.

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000181985   
United States, Georgia, Bulloch

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000181973   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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000181989Vic MicKunas   331976-04-01
United States, Florida, Volusia, Found 2 mi. E. of I-95 on a rd. behind the Daytona airport in a county dumping area.

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000181988Judy Savage   1976-04-06
United States, Florida, Volusia, Found along the road behind the Daytonia Airport.

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000181987Morris Adams   1391967-05-05
United States, Florida, Volusia, Highway 44, 5 mi. E. of DeLand

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000181986Dorothy Cladin   761968-06-20
United States, Florida, Volusia, Found on campus of Stetson University of DeLand

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000181975   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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000181974EOP   5291953-03-13
United States, Florida, Volusia, DeLand. E. side of N. Amelia Ave just N. of city limits

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000181990Nancy Allen   181975-07-14
United States, Florida, Volusia, Alongside Orange Ave, near junction with Stone Street, north.

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000120732R. K. Godfrey   582931960-01-28
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Plant Introduction Garden, Coconut Grove.

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Swietenia mahagoni (L.) Jacq.
000181991Margaret Kinnaird   
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, detailed locality information protected

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Swietenia mahagoni (L.) Jacq.
000181992Stephen M. Hutchinson   
United States, Florida, Broward, detailed locality information protected

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Khaya nyasica Stapf ex Baker f.
000120736Walter M. Buswell   1937-03-12
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Cocoanut Grove

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Khaya nyasica Stapf ex Baker f.
000120735R. K. Godfrey   582981960-01-28
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Plant Introduction Garden, Coconut Grove.

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Cipadessa baccifera (Roth) Miq.
000120733R. K. Godfrey   582441960-01-26
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Plant Introduction Garden, Coconut Grove.


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