Dataset: BRIT-BRIT
Taxa: Smilacaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 5, records 401-500 of 634

Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT608124Charles S. Wallis   65291958-05-06
United States, Oklahoma, Cherokee, Banks of Ill. R. 6.9 mi. N.E. of Tahlequah on State 10.

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BRIT608125Charles S. Wallis   69311958-05-20
United States, Oklahoma, Delaware, 4 1.2 mi. N. of Jay on State 10.

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BRIT507371Roberta H. Smith   6732017-03-11
United States, Texas, Red River, NE of Clarksville, 16475 FM 1159; Greenwood Property. South side of Greenwood SE of deer plot., 33.770558 -94.933147, 116m

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BRIT397369Barney L. Lipscomb   17641976-06-04
United States, Texas, Jasper, 13 mi. N and ca. 2 1/2 mi. E of Jasper.

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BRIT397362H. B. Parks   [s.n.]1948-07-31
United States, Texas, Robertson, New Baden.

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BRIT397371V. L. Cory   527791947-04-09
United States, Texas, Hardin, High-climbing vine with numerous evergreen leaves. 2 1/2 miles west of Silsbee; infrequent in woods along creek.

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BRIT397357V. L. Cory   497101945-10-02
United States, Texas, Tyler, High-climbing brier; infrequent in pitcher plant bog. 17 miles south of Woodville, and 1/2 mile east of Highway 69.

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BRIT397366Geyata Ajilvsgi   23861975-01-19
United States, Texas, Limestone, Near Grosbeck

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BRIT397361Converse Griffith   s.n.2004-01-20
United States, Texas, Sabine, Sabine National Forest, Compartment 139, E of Hwy 87. 31.18995°N, 93. 72069°W. Hillside, mostly herbaceous, seepage bog. Common.

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BRIT397373Wm. F. Mahler   98761984-07-01
United States, Texas, Angelina, adjacent to cemetery on FR 330 S of Zavala.

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BRIT397356Guy Nesom   H P21996-04-23
United States, Texas, Walker, Huntsville State Park, ca. 8 miles south of Central Huntsville, just west of I-35. Little Ching. Ck.

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BRIT397370Eula Whitehouse   228501950-03-04
United States, Texas, Houston, 2 miles south of Grapeland, Skidmore bog; post oak belt, sandy slope, boggy soil along stream.; ; High climbing limb, lower stems stout and spiny; berries immature, light green, 5-11 in a cluster.

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BRIT397368V. L. Cory   527391947-04-08
United States, Texas, Jasper, High- climbing, prickle-armed vine. 6 miles S. E. of Buna; infrequent in woods.

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BRIT397367E. S. Nixon   175761992-03-10
United States, Texas, Leon, Fort Boggy State Park; 4 miles S. Centerville, TX, Hwy 75. Ecology: Mesic to wet sites. Height: Vine to 4 m long Abundance: Occasional

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BRIT397358C. L. Lundell   109521942-03-25
United States, Texas, Tyler, Perennial vine. In wet lowland forest. east of Woodville.

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BRIT397360V. L. Cory   591991951-11-23
United States, Texas, Tyler, 9.9 miles south of Spurger; infrequent in woods along a creek. Stem branching and high-climbing.

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BRIT397365Roger W. Sanders   64972004-05-06
United States, Texas, Montgomery, bamboo-wine, laurel-leaf Lake Houston State Park, along and south of FM 1485, 3 mi E of New Caney; along west side of Peach Creek, mostly on level terrace of headquarters area and along Magnolia Trail. [30° 08' N; 95° 11' W] Mixed hardwood (laurel oak, white oak, water oak, magnolia, sweet gum) - loblolly pine forest and disturbance openings; upper sandy terraces in some places incised by old channels and tributaries. On bank of slough, climbing 12-15 m into tress. Uncommon.

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BRIT397364E. S. Nixon   81001978-03-15
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, About 10 miles west of Nacogdoches at the junction of Hwy 21 and Luco Bayou. Wooded slope. Vine to 5 meters tall. Occasional.

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BRIT397363Charles Allen   216282009-09-04
United States, Texas, Newton, savannah off County Road 3073 west of Bleakville and south of Texas 363 30 39 998N 93 49 751W

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BRIT397359C. L. Lundell   109511942-03-25
United States, Texas, Tyler, Perennial vine, leaves slightly glaucous beneath Locality: east of Woodville, in wet lowland forest.

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BRIT397372Geyata Ajilvsgi   49631977-08-18
United States, Texas, Cherokee, ca. 15.5 mi. s.e. of Troup, ca. 2 mi. n. of Hwy. 79, e. of FM 156; wooded uplands.

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BRIT623151James R. Simon   s.n.1977-07-24
United States, South Carolina, Berkeley, Off I26 frontage road near Tall Pines.

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BRIT401425Floyd R. Waller Jr.   2451964-08-10
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, SFAEF; N-11, E-17., 70m

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BRIT401426J. L. Schuster   2561963-02-20
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, SFA Forest/Expt. Area; Angelina River Bottom south of Forest Road 400., 76m

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BRIT122581B.H.T.   51981-02-20
United States, Texas, Smith, Bellwood Lake; north shore at east end of lake., 5m

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BRIT397210Geo. L. Fisher   B 172702023-11-15
United States, Texas, Harris, Houston,Texas., 15m

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BRIT397214Geyata Ajilvsgi   55171977-10-17
United States, Texas, Jasper, ca. 7 mi. s. of Kirbyville, ca. .8 mi. e. of Hwy. 96, ca. .3 mi. e. of railroad, n. side of unpaved road; wooded uplands.

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BRIT397146James McGrath   681978-10-15
United States, Texas, Angelina, 8 mi SE of Zavalla. Just west of FR 330. In pine-hardwood forest near spring-fed stream.

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BRIT397212Houston Botanical Society   s.n.1946-07-12
United States, Texas, Harris, Bender's Lake - 20 mi. north of Houston

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BRIT397211Ruby V. Vines   s.n.1941-05-15
United States, Texas, Harris, Houston, Texas

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BRIT397217V. L. Cory   526391947-04-05
United States, Texas, Newton, Stem weak, unarmed, trailing or reclining, up to 3 dm. long or more. 24 miles south of Newton; infrequent on roadside at edge of woods.

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BRIT397149Roger W. Sanders   61141903-08-22
United States, Texas, Hardin, Village Creek State Park, east edge of Lumberton; junction of Water Oak and Village Slough Nature Trails ("Cross Roads"), 50 - 100 m east and south of main park road on high terrace between Village and Sandy Sloughs. [30° 15'N, 94° 10' W] Well drained sandy stream terrace or ridge, openings and open woodland of mixed pine( longleaf, loblolly, shortleaf) and upland hardwoods (probably remnant longleaf pine dry savanna.) Common to locally abundant in light shade.

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BRIT397216Charles Allen   207302008-02-23
United States, Texas, Newton, Common forest off FM 1416 ca 1 miles south of Bon Wier 30 43411 N 93 38 970W

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BRIT397213Roger W. Sanders   60522003-08-20
United States, Texas, Harris, Lake Houston State Park, along and south of FM 1485, 3 mi E of New Caney; terraces and old slough channels west side of the East Fork San Jacinto River, along South River Trail. [30° 07' N; 95° 08' W], 30.116667 -95.133333

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BRIT397145J. Reverchon   25491903-05-00
United States, Texas, Angelina, rich woods bottom of Angelina River at Madaey

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BRIT397148C. L. Lundell   108851942-03-23
United States, Texas, Hardin, Slender perennial vine. In pine, hardwood association 9 miles north of Sour Lake

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BRIT397209Geo. L. Fisher   s.n.1940-11-15
United States, Texas, Harris, Houston., 15m

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BRIT397218Eula Whitehouse   165251946-09-07
United States, Texas, Panola, north bank of Sabine River on Highway 59, about 12 miles north of Carthage.

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BRIT397150Geo. L. Fisher   s.n.1932-10-24
United States, Texas, Harris, Houston, 15m

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BRIT397147D. S. Correll   125641946-06-10
United States, Texas, Angelina, Dry woods, Angelina Natural Forest, Boykin Springs.

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BRIT397215Geo. L. Fisher   B 149331932-05-18
United States, Texas, Montgomery, Conroe. Common name: Greenbrier, 76m

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BRIT397144Steve L. Orzell   106251989-06-13
United States, Texas, Angelina, Dry-mesic ravine forest in old-growth, burned, dry upland longleaf pine savannah, SW of FS Rd 313 and FS Rd 313A, N of Boykin Spring Recreation Area; Boykin Spring Longleaf, Angelina NF, Boykin Spring 7.5' Quad.; . Geology - Catahoula Formation (Miocene)., 107m

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BRIT401423   
United States, Mississippi

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BRIT401424   
United States, Mississippi, Warren

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BRIT259433P. Nighswonger   32611992-04-10
United States, Texas, Kimble, In valley of South Llano River. Two or three miles south of Junction.

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BRIT217494Susanne M. Alden   1751996-06-01
United States, Texas, Smith, Old Sabine Bottom Wildlife Management Area.

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BRIT217493Susanne M. Alden   2201997-04-01
United States, Texas, Smith, Old Sabiine Bottom Wildlife Management Area.

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BRIT122585C. Luna   941986-04-15
United States, Texas, Smith, UTT Campus. (University of Texas at Tyler).

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BRIT122583Cole Flanagan   411986-04-07
United States, Texas, Van Zandt, Rt 1 Box 295 C Van., 32.524345 -95.637016

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BRIT122582B. S. Meyers   551981-04-10
United States, Texas, Gregg, Forest Lake, Longview.

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Keri Barfield   2522011-06-28
United States, Texas, Wood, Salesmanship Club Youth Camp.Lake Fork Creek floodplain. Site A off of Duck Pond Road. Research site: Salesmanship Club Youth Camp, 32.6619 -95.3555

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Sonnia Hill   2482010-11-15
United States, Texas, Van Zandt, 32.402 -95.5459

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BRIT397180Roger W. Sanders   20391993-08-11
United States, Texas, Red River, Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 miles N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 miles W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mile S along county road. Central backwater lowland area of Preserve. Nahatche bottomland loam; frequently flooded, hardwood forest dominated by water, overcup, and bur oaks around pools and by water oak and sweet gum on short-hydroperiod sites. Common.

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BRIT397206Toney M. Keeney   7605 UVST1987-11-14
United States, Texas, Kinney, in oak motte along a periodic wet limestone ledge along the last Sycamore Creek crossing at the boundary line of Kinney and Edwards Counties on Kickapoo State Park site.

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BRIT397189C. L. Lundell Amelia   113221942-04-24
United States, Texas, Wood, Thorny vine, [upside down female symbol] fls. greenish. Edge of bog. LOCALITY: Wood co, Lake Ellis, 5 miles northeast of Crow.

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BRIT397195Eula Whitehouse   202351948-09-25
United States, Texas, Cass, High-climbing vine, berries turning reddish-purple. east of Hughes Springs on Highway 11, 4 1/2 miles from highway intersection; sandy wet soil, shade.

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BRIT397734Charles Allen   197802007-03-25
United States, Texas, Newton, Wet roadside of US 190 ca 2 miles east of Bon Weir. Wet roadside ditch.

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BRIT397207Robert A. Vines   [s.n.]1940-11-19
United States, Texas, Matagorda, Cedar Lane, Texas

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BRIT397185Lloyd H. Shinners   160611953-09-16
United States, Texas, Upshur, 1.5 miles south of New Diana. Low sandy fencerow. Vine climbing 3 m.

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BRIT397174Roger W. Sanders   23761993-10-16
United States, Texas, Red River, Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Sloping uplands S of Pecan Bayou., 33.45 -95.05

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BRIT397177Roger W. Sanders   21781993-08-14
United States, Texas, Red River, Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Northern portion of lowland forest along western boundary of Preserve, locally lower in elevation than adjacent lowlands, featuring a large, oval, perennially flooded depression ringed by stand of Quercus phellos. Common.

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BRIT397203R. J. Fleetwood   11,9771975-09-30
United States, Texas, Harrison, Caddo Lake State Park, near office.

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BRIT397190J. R. Reverchon   24981907-05-24
United States, Texas, Wood, common in swamp.

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BRIT397735D. S. Correll   125811946-06-11
United States, Texas, Newton, Trailing over bushes, evergreen shrub bog, eight miles east of Burkeville.

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BRIT397197Eula Whitehouse   213401949-05-20
United States, Texas, Cass, 4.5 miles east of Hughes Springs on Highway 11.

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BRIT397198Geyata Ajilvsgi   51071977-06-22
United States, Texas, Cherokee, Cherokee Co.: ca. 15.5 mi. s.e. of Troup, ca. 2 mi. n. of Hwy. 79; wooded upland.

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BRIT397733Alfred Traverse   16911960-09-03
United States, Texas, Nacogdoches, SFA College forest, "natural area", along forest road 402. . Growing in trees at roadside. Buff sand. Pinus taeda-Quercus falcata complex. Perennial vine, 5 m. Twining and sprawling on shrubs and trees. Pale green fruits., 76m

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BRIT397179Roger W. Sanders   19611993-06-15
United States, Texas, Red River, 33.45 N, 95.05 W Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Along Pecan Bayou, far SE corner of Preserve. South backwater lowland area of Preserve. Nahatche bottomland loam. Frequently flooded hardwood forest dominated by Quercus lyrata, Q. phellos, Q. nigra, and Ulmus sp. Abundant in thicket. Climbing 2-3 m.

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BRIT397184J. D. Smith   3801971-08-07
United States, Texas, Titus, Bottomland deciduous forest along Blundell Creek. N of Monticello. Lat. 33° 7' 00" Long. 95° 5' 00"

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BRIT397193J. R. Ward   1811980-06-26
United States, Texas, Angelina, Young shoot; Angelina Co.: Proposed Graham Creek Wilderness area, Angelina N. F. About 1/4 mi North junction FR 338 and FR 321 on 321; East about 50 meters. Mixed Pine-hardwood forest.

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BRIT397176Roger W. Sanders   23151993-10-15
United States, Texas, Red River, Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Central area of sloping upland on E side of Preserve., 33.45 -95.05

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BRIT397208Robert A. Vines   [s.n.]1940-11-19
United States, Texas, Matagorda, Cedar Lane - Texas

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BRIT397205J. R. Ward   7081980-04-19
United States, Texas, Jasper, About .2 mi. east junc. FR309 and FR302A on 302A near Boykin Springs. Seepage slopes & wet woods with pitcher plants. Abundance: loc occ. Flower Color: greenish

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BRIT397196Eula Whitehouse   177351946-11-02
United States, Texas, Cass, High climbing vine. 4.5 miles east of Hughes Springs on Highway 11.

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BRIT397736V. L. Cory   526091947-04-04
United States, Texas, Newton, Woody vine climbing high into low trees. Newton Co.: 4 2/3 miles south of Newton; Nogle Camp; infrequent in woods along Big Cow Creek.

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BRIT397172C. L. Lundell   109131942-03-24
United States, Texas, Orange, About 10 miles east of Beaumont.

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BRIT397200Roger W. Sanders   63751903-10-24
United States, Texas, Hardin, S. rot. L. - greenbriar, roundleaf - Village Creek State Park, east edge of Lumberton; High alluvial terrace overlooking Village Creek near group cabin and canoe launch. [30*15'N, 94*10'W]. Well drained sandy stream terrace or ridge, openings and open woodland of mixed pine (longleaf, loblolly, shortleaf) and upland hardwoods (probably remnant longleaf pine dry savanna). Climbing high into trees overhanging opening. Fruit blue-black. Infrequent. - Det. R.W. Sanders.

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BRIT397204Wm. F. Mahler   97491984-05-14
United States, Texas, Jasper, Longleaf pine; sandy upland. E of cemetery, S & along s boundary of Angelina Natl. Forest. Catahoula Forest.

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BRIT397173Lloyd H. Shinners   156781953-08-16
United States, Texas, Panola, 1.3 miles northwest of Beckville. Boggy slope, sandy hillside. Vine climbing 4 m.

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BRIT397187Barney L. Lipscomb   16541976-06-02
United States, Texas, Walker, 7 mi. E, 3.4 mi. S and 2.4 miles E of Huntsville.

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BRIT397181Tom Starbuck   16791982-04-16
United States, Texas, Robertson, SE 1/4 Camp Creek Lake Quad, U.S.G.S. 1965; 8 mi SE of New Baden.

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BRIT397178Roger W. Sanders   21201993-08-13
United States, Texas, Red River, Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 miles north of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 miles west along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mile south along county road. "Creeky" areas draining the eastern and northern uplands of the Preserve., 33.45 -95.05

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BRIT397732E. S. Nixon   176841992-04-10
United States, Texas, Leon, Fort Boggy State Park; 4 miles S. Centerville, TX, Hwy 75. Ecology: Mesic woodlands Height: Vine to 3 m long Flower color: Greenish yellow Abundance: Occasional

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BRIT397188David N. Wagnon   01282000-03-31
United States, Texas, Wood, Smilacaceae Location: Wood County, 6 mi. SE of Winnsboro along Hwy. 852 Habitat: open woods, sandy soil, vine to 20 ft. on trees

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BRIT397175Roger W. Sanders   21491993-08-13
United States, Texas, Red River, Lennox Woods Nature Preserve, 10 mi N of Clarksville on SH 37, 1.5 mi W along FM 2118 (to Mt. Pleasant community), and 1 mi S along county road. Sloping upland in NW and central N part of Preserve., 33.45 -95.05

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BRIT397192Eula Whitehouse   223841949-09-11
United States, Texas, Anderson, Anderson Co.: 5 miles southeast of Palestine; farm of Mrs. J. K. Smith; post oak belt, along creek. High climbing vine.

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BRIT397194D. S. Correll   124291946-06-05
United States, Texas, Bowie, Along stream in woods, south of Dalby Springs.

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BRIT397191Ferd. Lindheimer   12221850-03-00
United States, Texas, Comanche Spring: New Braunfels. etc. [Need more research to determine which locality]

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BRIT397202Geyata Ajilvsgi   42111977-06-01
United States, Texas, Harrison, lowlands near Haggerty Creek, n. of county road n. of Hwy. 43, ca. 6 mi. n.e. of Marshall.

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BRIT397201Geyata Ajilvsgi   38361977-04-05
United States, Texas, Harrison, uplands, between Red Oak Rd, and Shreveport-Camden Rd. ca. 6.5 mi. s.e. of Hallsville.

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BRIT397186J. Reverchon   24991907-05-28
United States, Texas, Upshur, Big Sandy, Texas Common in woods

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BRIT397182Geyata Ajilvsgi   70711977-08-29
United States, Texas, Titus, ca. 5.5 mi. n.w. of Mt. Pleasant along Old Paris Road.

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BRIT397199Lloyd H. Shinners   153431953-07-18
United States, Texas, Freestone, 15 miles south of Fairfield.

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BRIT608130John Taylor   283751979-09-29
United States, Oklahoma, Osage, Collected along Sand Creek about 7 miles northeast of Pawhuska, Okla.

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BRIT608127John Taylor   76351971-04-24
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Along Mt. Fork River below Broken Bow Dam.

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BRIT608132Amy Buthod   RB-0772010-06-03
United States, Oklahoma, Rogers, Redbud Valley Nature Preserve, Woodland Fork Trail.

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BRIT608126G. W. Stevens   26531913-09-07
United States, Oklahoma, Le Flore, Valley of Mt. Creek, Page.

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BRIT608128Ruth A. Nelson   58991950-04-08
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Along Mountain Fork River, Beavers Bend State Park.

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BRIT608129Milton Hopkins   4321944-05-20
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Flood plain of Little River, 7 miles north of Idabel.

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BRIT608131Robert Stratton   15431924-11-02
United States, Oklahoma, Payne, By Stillwater Creek, 2 mi. W. of Stillwater.


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