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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT550414W. C. Brumbach   82891973-03-28
United States, Florida, Lee, Wulfert, Western Sanibel

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BRIT550415Olivia Arzola   
United States, Texas, Starr, detailed locality information protected

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BRIT550416C. H. Muller   
United States, Texas, Starr, detailed locality information protected

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BRIT550417Gloria Flores   
United States, Texas, Webb, detailed locality information protected

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BRIT550418Julieta Saldana   
United States, Texas, Webb, detailed locality information protected

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BRIT550419Yolanda Villarreal   
United States, Texas, Webb, detailed locality information protected

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BRIT550420Javier Montemayor   471964-04-11
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Arroyo del Coyote, seven miles south of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas

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BRIT550422C. G. Pringle   102461906-05-16
Mexico, Oaxaca, Valley of Oaxaca, 1524m

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BRIT550421R. D. Worthington   79801982-01-08
Mexico, Sonora, 16.4 rd. mi. N of Guaymas by Mex. hwy. 15.


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