Dataset: GEO
Taxa: stillingia => Stillingia, Stillingia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:Thorne Flora
6812C. H. Ford ; Robert F. Thorne   1946-08-29
United States of America, Georgia, Early County, Wolf Pond on Baker county line

GEO:Thorne Flora
6813Robert F. Thorne   1946-07-15
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Mossy Pond

GEO:Thorne Flora
9438Robert F. Thorne; C. H. Ford   1946-08-29
United States of America, Georgia, Early County, Wolf Pond on Baker county line

GEO:General Collection
12992Wilbur H. Duncan   1946-05-12
United States of America, Georgia, Lee County, Leesburg

GEO:General Collection
Stillingia sylvatica ssp. sylvatica L.
3251P. W. Fattig   1928-04-27
United States of America, Florida, Okeechobee County, Okeechobee

GEO:General Collection
11302Wilbur H. Duncan   1950-05-27
United States of America, Georgia, Columbia County, Clark Hill Dam

GEO:General Collection
12991Haskell Venard   1951-08-17
United States of America, Georgia, DeKalb County, Pine Mount, Lithonia

GEO:Eyles Florae
14293Don E. Eyles   1940-04-08
United States of America, Florida, Hendry County, Goodno Hendry

GEO:Eyles Florae
3250Don E. Eyles   1938-06-24
United States of America, Georgia, Chatham County, Wilmington Island

GEO:Medical Botany
22860Cassandra L. Quave; James T. Lyles; Tharanga Samarakoon; Marco Caputo; Ella Vardeman; Afam Maduka; Kat Bagger; Annie Schiffer; Monique Salazar   2018-06-18
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Turkey Woods; Ichauway Plantation, 31.233333336 84.000000028

GEO:Medical Botany
22861Cassandra L. Quave; James T. Lyles; Tharanga Samarakoon; Marco Caputo; Ella Vardeman; Afam Maduka; Kat Bagger; Annie Schiffer; Monique Salazar   2018-06-18
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Turkey Woods; Ichauway Plantation, 31.233333336 84.000000028


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