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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT408129D. S. Correll   274161963-05-12
United States, Texas, Jasper, in and along small stream 1 mile south of Erin. Floating on water and on mud; flowers pink.

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BRIT408126Geyata Ajilvsgi   49321977-06-22
United States, Texas, Cherokee, ca. 9.5 mi. e. of. Troup, ca. 6 mi. w. of Price, ca. 1.5 mi. n. of Hwy. 13; sphagnum bog.

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BRIT407877Chester M. Rowell, Jr.   172791988-04-19
United States, Texas, Anderson, Infrequent in bog margins. Ca. 18 miles west northwest of Palestine.

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BRIT408135B. R. MacRoberts   35791997-09-10
United States, Texas, Anderson, Chester's pitcher plant bog. North end of Engeling Wildlife Mgnt. Area, o Gibson Br, South of FM 2961 just down stream from Lake. Below small cabin marked on Cayuga, Tex. Quad Sheet. MAYACACEAE

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BRIT408136Steve L. Orzell & Edwin L. Bridges   83081988-08-26
United States, Texas, Angelina, Acid seep forest in small ravine, ca. 1.6 miles S of FS Rd. 313 & TX 63, near FS Rd. 313 & FS rd. 327, then 0.3 air mile W, on W side of trib. draining S to Boykin Spring Lake, 9.7 air miles SE of Zavala, Boykin Spring 7.5' Quad, Boykin Spring Longleaf , Angelina NF, . Geology - Catahoula Formation (Miocene) Soils - Melhomes (Humaqueptic Psammaquents), 82m

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BRIT408127Geyata Ajilvsgi   49311977-06-22
United States, Texas, Cherokee, ca. 9.7 mi. s.e. of Troup, ca. 9.5. mi. n. of Hwy. 79; sphagnum bog.

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BRIT408128V. L. Cory   498941945-10-02
United States, Texas, Hardin, Clubmoss. Infrequent in boggy places along stream; stems prostrate or creeping. Hardin County, 2.5 mil. W. of Silsbee along tributary of Village Creek.

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BRIT408133H. Gentry   24681956-04-28
United States, Texas, Van Zandt, 2 1/2 miles S.E. of Ben Wheeler on farm road 279., 32.422561 -95.672443

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BRIT408125Geyata Ajilvsgi   52161977-10-02
United States, Texas, Cherokee, Ca. 9.7 mi. s.e. of Troup, ca. 9.5 mi. n. of Hwy. 79; Sphagnum bog.

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BRIT408132Jimmy R. Massey   2271963-06-13
United States, Texas, Robertson, Flowers white; plants prostrate; growing in Bog with Sphagnum, Eriocaulon, Hydrocotyle, Utricularia, and Myrica; very abundant. Southworth Bog 14 mi. SE New Baden, Texas

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BRIT408131Edw. C. Fritz   [s.n.]1978-10-14
United States, Texas, Robertson, Quaking bog on Mill Creek. McLean Bog, ca. 10 mi SE of Franklin

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BRIT408134Harold Gentry   24681956-04-28
United States, Texas, Van Zandt, 2½ miles S.E. of Ben Wheeler on farm road 279., 32.422561 -95.672443

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BRIT408124Peggy A. Amerson   12151972-06-13
United States, Texas, Angelina, In hanging seepage bog on road into Boykin Springs camp ground, Angelina National Forest.

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BRIT398927   
United States, Alabama, Escambia

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BRIT398928   
United States, Mississippi


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