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

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Florida State University, Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium


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000167848N.A. Reasoner   1915-12-27
United States, Florida, Monroe, Longboat Key, Fla.

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000167847Andre F. Clewell   2781959-08-13
United States, Florida, Collier, Mangrove Island.

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000167846Jane Brockmann   2371969-07-19
United States, Florida, Monroe, On Boat Key

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000167845Michael Cartrett, Robert Doren   801970-04-15
United States, Florida, Pinellas, Roadside marsh in Tarpon Springs near area called Bailey's Bluff.

FSU
000167844R. K. Godfrey   60111A1960-07-22
United States, Florida, Levy, Cedar Key

FSU
000167843R. K. Godfrey, Paul Redfearn   528291955-01-25
United States, Florida, Levy, Either side of causeway leading on to Cedar Key.

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000167842D. B. Ward, S. S. Ward   28541961-11-22
United States, Florida, Charlotte, Along edge of Myakka River (salt) below Fla. 771 bridge, S33, T40S, RE21E

FSU
000167841John H. Epler   s.n.1984-05-10
United States, Florida, Monroe, Big Pine Key: Cactus Hammock, 0.5 mi S of hiway 1 (first road on left when approaching from N).

FSU
000167840R. K. Godfrey   721301972-09-16
United States, Florida, Monroe, Rockland Key

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000167839S. Todd   271973-08-11
United States, Florida, Lee, Mound Key, Estero Bay Sec. 36-T46S-R24E

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000167838R. R. Smith, T. Myint, F. C. Craighead   3391962-08-09
United States, Florida, Monroe, ca. 5.1 mi. N.E. Of Flamingo along Fla. 27, Everglades National Park

FSU
000167849R. K. Godfrey   651141964-11-20
United States, Florida, Citrus, Mangrove Pt.

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000167862R. K. Godfrey   721511972-09-16
United States, Florida, Monroe, Shores of Cudjoe Key.

FSU
000167861Richard S. Mitchell   6151960-08-15
United States, Florida, Collier, Open glades country 10 mi. south of Royal Palm Hammock on Hwy. 41.

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000167860O. Lakela   251831962-07-18
United States, Florida, Hillsborough, Dense cover in swampy shore flats of Alafia River. South side of the bridge, on US 41.

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000167859R. K. Godfrey, Grady W. Reinert   609231961-06-09
United States, Florida, Manatee, Bradenton Beach.

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000167858Norlan C. Henderson   63-15461963-08-13
United States, Florida, Pinellas, Along the causeway of Fla. # 60 across Tampa Bay, between Clearwater and Tampa.

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000167857Elbert L. Little Jr.   149661952-09-06
United States, Florida, Monroe, Big Pine Key

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000167856D. B. Ward, G. Crosby   50431965-08-08
United States, Florida, Saint Lucie, Along edge of Indian River, ca. 7.5 mi. s. of Ft. Pierce city limit, S29, T36S, R41E.

FSU
000167855William T. Gillis   44371961-04-12
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Everglades National Park. Nine-Mile Bend.

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000167854William R. Stimson   5031964-06-18
United States, Florida, Miami Dade, Somewhat north of Matheson's Hammock in Miami.

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000167853R. Kral   153981962-08-05
United States, Florida, Martin, Stuart

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000167852S. W. Leonard   69231977-08-01
United States, Florida, Broward, Along banks of Dania Cut-off Canal, between Hollywood and Ft. Lauderdale, east of US 1.

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000167851Craig Barilotti   1966-08-27
United States, Florida, Pinellas, South of Interstate #4.

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000167850Mary E. Nolan   611997-04-23
United States, Florida, Sarasota, Sarasota County; Historic Spanish Point, in Osprey west of Highway 41. 27 degrees 12'15"N, 82 degrees29'46"W

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000167863A. F. Clewell, F. C. Craighead   6501962-11-17
United States, Florida, Monroe, Hammock along north edge of mangrove slough, Northern Key Largo.

FSU
000167864R. K. Godfrey, Grady W. Reinert   609231961-06-09
United States, Florida, Manatee, Bradenton Beach.


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