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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT478889Brent Baker   11-01322011-06-17
United States, Arkansas, Franklin, Arkansas Valley. Scattered High Ridges and Mountains Ecoregion. USGS Caulksville 7.5' Quad. Horseshoe Mountain. Private property. Top of mountain, near N rim. Accessed via private gravel road up mountain from Horseshoe Mountain Rd, 1.25 mi. N of AR Hwy 22, between Caulksville and Paris., 35.32314 -93.81251

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Crocanthemum georgianum (Chapm.) Barnhart
BRIT300357Kim Norton Taylor   24402014-04-30
United States, Texas, Llano, Enchanted Rock State National Area, FM 965, ca. 16.8 miles North of Main St, Fredericksburg, TX., 30.49925 -98.81868

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Crocanthemum georgianum (Chapm.) Barnhart
BRIT375622R. J. O'Kennon   9142d1991-06-11
United States, Texas, Gillespie, Bear Mountain. FM 965 3.8 miles north of Fredericksburg. 30.32817 N, -98.856401 W; ± 100 m WGS 1984, 30.32817 -98.856401

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Crocanthemum georgianum (Chapm.) Barnhart
BRIT375621R. J. O'Kennon   10507c1992-05-02
United States, Texas, Gillespie, Enchanted Rock SNA, 965, 17 miles north of Fredericksburg; from Sandy Creek north to southern end of Little Mountain., 30.495687177 -98.828444839

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BRIT241557Bob Hutchins   284162015-06-07
United States, Texas, Wise, Lyndon B. Johnson National Grasslands, Unit 30., 33.397601 -97.602289

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Crocanthemum corymbosum (Michx.) Britton
BRIT622227Weston Testo   20742019-04-10
United States, Florida, Putnam, Etoniah Creek State Forest. North side of Tinsley Road, 600-700 m SE of intersection with Coral Farms Road., 45 - 48m


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Google Map

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