Dataset: GEO
Taxa: Leucothoe
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:Thorne Flora
Leucothoe axillaris (Lam.) D. Don
8484Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1948-03-30
United States of America, Georgia, Randolph County, Coleman, 1 mile west

GEO:Thorne Flora
Leucothoe axillaris (Lam.) D. Don
8486Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1947-03-31
United States of America, Georgia, Decatur County, Faceville, 3 miles northeast

GEO:Thorne Flora
Leucothoe axillaris (Lam.) D. Don
8485Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1947-04-01
United States of America, Georgia, Liberty County, Branch-swamp near Bristol

GEO:Thorne Flora
Leucothoe axillaris (Lam.) D. Don
8487Robert F. Thorne; W. C. Muenscher   1947-04-04
United States of America, Georgia, Clay County, Sandy Creek several miles north of Fort Gaines

GEO:General Collection
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer
13114G. W. McDowell; L. J. Smith; Haskell Venard   1947-04-20
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Rottenwood Creek

GEO:General Collection
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer
15496R. A. Pedigo   1958-05-17
United States of America, Georgia, Dawson County, Lockheed Reactor Site

GEO:General Collection
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer
13113Wilbur H. Duncan; G. W. McDowell; Haskell Venard   
United States of America, Georgia, Rabun County, Rabun Bald

GEO:Eyles Florae
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer
4038Don E. Eyles   1937-04-14
United States of America, Georgia, Habersham County, Tallulah Falls

GEO:Eyles Florae
Leucothoe axillaris (Lam.) D. Don
13944Don E. Eyles   1940-04-24
United States of America, Georgia, Screven County, Blue Springs

GEO:General Collection
Leucothoe axillaris (Lam.) D. Don
8834David R. Ettman   1976-04-09
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Morgan Falls Palisades


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