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

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


FSU
000126341   
United States, South Carolina, Richland

FSU
000126342   
United States, Georgia, Upson

FSU
000126343   
United States, South Carolina, Lexington

FSU
000126344   
United States, Mississippi, Clarke

FSU
000126345   
United States, Virginia, Montgomery

FSU
000126346   
South Carolina, Richland

FSU
000126347   
United States, Georgia, Oglethorpe

FSU
000126348   
United States, Alabama, Macon

FSU
000126349   
United States, Alabama, Geneva

FSU
000126350   
United States, Georgia, Oglethorpe

FSU
000126351   
United States, Georgia, Oglethorpe

FSU
000126352   
United States, Georgia, Madison

FSU
000126353   
United States, Louisiana, Saint Tammany

FSU
000126354   
United States, Massachusetts, Hampshire

FSU
000126355   
United States, Mississippi, Forrest

FSU
000126356   
United States, Mississippi, Walthall

FSU
000126357   
United States, North Carolina, Transylvania

FSU
000126358   
United States, North Carolina, Stanly

FSU
000126359   
United States, North Carolina, Wake

FSU
000126360   
United States, North Carolina, Wake

FSU
000126361   
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain

FSU
000126362   
United States, South Carolina, Edgefield

FSU
000126363   
United States, South Carolina, Oconee

FSU
000126364   
United States, Tennessee, Van Buren

FSU
000126365   
United States, Virginia, Giles

FSU
000183813   
United States, Louisiana, Tangipahoa


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