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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT
Neolloydia conoidea Britton & Rose
BRIT341781Richard D. Worthington   
United States, Texas, Terrell, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT
Neolloydia conoidea Britton & Rose
BRIT341780Richard D. Worthington   
United States, Texas, Terrell, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT341779Wm. F. Mahler   61471970-06-15
United States, Texas, Brewster, 17 mi W of Sanderson on Hwy 90. Chihuahuan Desert.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT341778SMU-DMNH   1161970-06-08
United States, Texas, Brewster, Black Gap Wildlife Area; ca. 1.5 mi N of Frog. Tank.

BRIT:BRIT
Neolloydia conoidea Britton & Rose
BRIT550658J. G. Martinez-Avalos   7861999-03-16
Mexico, Tamaulipas, Canon del Soldado, 16 km al NW de Miquihuana, Tamp., 23.65 -99.85, 2103m


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