Dataset: BRIT-BRIT
Taxa: epithelantha => Epithelantha, Epithelantha
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT
Epithelantha micromeris (Engelm.) A. Weber ex Britt. & Rose
BRIT240523L. Sanchez   
United States, Texas, Kerr, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT240522George L. Fisher   
United States, Texas, Culberson, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Epithelantha micromeris (Engelm.) A. Weber ex Britt. & Rose
BRIT240521SMU-DMNH   
United States, Texas, Brewster, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Epithelantha micromeris (Engelm.) A. Weber ex Britt. & Rose
BRIT240520SMU-DMNH   
United States, Texas, Brewster, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Epithelantha micromeris (Engelm.) A. Weber ex Britt. & Rose
BRIT240519SMU-DMNH   
United States, Texas, Brewster, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT
Epithelantha bokei L.D. Benson
BRIT240518W. Weckesser   
United States, Texas, Brewster, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT
Epithelantha bokei L.D. Benson
BRIT240517W. Weckesser   
United States, Texas, Brewster, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT
Epithelantha micromeris (Engelm.) A. Weber ex Britt. & Rose
BRIT550536Miguel Angel Gonz├ílez Botello   
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Bustamante, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT
Epithelantha micromeris (Engelm.) A. Weber ex Britt. & Rose
BRIT550535Miguel Angel Gonz├ílez Botello   
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Lampazos de Naranjo, detailed locality information protected


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