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

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:Thorne Flora
10866Robert F. Thorne   1947-05-30
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Field Station, 31.293898 -84.488596

GEO:General Collection
660David Cotter   1957-07-01
United States of America, Alabama, Tuscaloosa County, 8 Acre rock

GEO:Thorne Flora
6685Robert F. Thorne; C. H. Ford ; M. H. Goodwin   1946-09-05
United States of America, Georgia, Glynn County, St. Simon's Island, east beach near Brunswick

GEO:Thorne Flora
6686Robert F. Thorne   1946-07-15
United States of America, Georgia, Baker County, Mossy Pond

GEO:General Collection
14962P. E. Bostick   1962-09-22
United States of America, North Carolina, Chatham County, Railroad Embankment, Farrington

GEO:Eyles Florae
4228Don E. Eyles   1938-07-05
United States of America, Georgia, Chatham County, Whitmarsh Island

GEO:Eyles Florae
4230Don E. Eyles   1938-10-15
United States of America, Georgia, Charlton County, Near Camp Cornelia, Okefeenokee Swamp

GEO:Eyles Florae
4231Don E. Eyles   1938-10-09
United States of America, Georgia, Charlton County, Billy's Island, Okefinokee Swamp

GEO:Eyles Florae
4229Don E. Eyles   1938-06-22
United States of America, Georgia, Chatham County, Wilmington Island

GEO:Eyles Florae
4233Don E. Eyles   1938-06-17
United States of America, Georgia, Chatham County, Cockspur Island

GEO:Eyles Florae
4232Don E. Eyles   1938-06-21
United States of America, Georgia, Chatham County, Tybee Island

GEO:Granite Outcrop
13151Wilbur H. Duncan; G. W. McDowell; G.H. Venard   1948-10-10
United States of America, Georgia, Forsyth County, Suwanee Mountain


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