Dataset: SWSL-
Taxa: Burmanniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Stoneville Weed Science Laboratory Herbarium


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Apteria aphylla (Nutt.) Barnhart ex Small
SWSL000484Ken L. Gordon   37252001-09-28
United States, Mississippi, Amite, Homochitto Nat'l Forest, Comp 264, 31.238924 -90.930031

SWSL
SWSL000485John R. MacDonald   133481999-08-10
United States, Alabama, Covington, Conecuh National Forest, Blue Ponds at ca. 1 mi. NE of jnct. of Hwy. 137 with Co. Rd. 24., 31.113741 -86.55534

SWSL
Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
SWSL000486John R. MacDonald   120571998-09-19
United States, Alabama, Geneva, Hwy. 4 at 0.3 miles W of junction with Hwy. 52 in Geneva, 31.04639 -85.90083, 43 - 43m

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Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
SWSL000487Richard Carter   44381985-09-03
United States, Georgia, Echols, 6.1 mi W of Fargo on Hwy GA 94, 30.674462 -82.672572

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Burmannia capitata (J.F. Gmel.) Mart.
SWSL000571Charles T. Bryson   145581994-10-16
United States, Mississippi, Jackson, Latimer, 1.2 mi N jct of Hwys I-10 & MS 609, 1.2 mi N jct of Tucker & Cook Roads, along Tucker Road., 30.49057 -88.859145


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Google Map

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