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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338213D. S. Correll   204091958-09-26
United States, Texas, Nueces

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338214Alfred Traverse   17971960-10-13
United States, Texas, Kleberg

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338215C. H. Muller   80371945-06-12
United States, Texas, Kleberg

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338216Joseph Lopez   551985-10-07
United States, Texas, Hidalgo

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338217Robert Runyon   21925-10-01
United States, Texas, Cameron

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338218Marshall C. Johnston   27601955-09-07
United States, Texas, Cameron

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338219S. Jones   98021992-10-07
United States, Texas, Cameron

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338212Fred B. Jones   11611955-09-20
United States, Texas, Nueces

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338221Alfred Traverse   17971960-10-13
United States, Texas, Kleberg

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338222Leg. ign.   145391936-04-00
United States, Texas, Hidalgo

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338223J. T. Painter   144661944-02-29
United States, Texas, Hidalgo

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338224George G. Williges   6301964-05-23
United States, Texas, Cameron

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338225V. L. Cory   513931945-11-30
United States, Texas, Cameron

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT338220Marshall C. Johnston   s.n.1953-07-29
United States, Texas, Willacy

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT485786G. L. Webster & R. L. Wilbur   30301950-06-24
United States, Texas, Cameron, Near Southmost

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT662023   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT226933T. L. Burgess   1561965-12-30
United States, Texas, Zapata, 14 mi, 8 mi. E. Zapata (Falcon St. Pk.)

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT226934Barber   s.n.1974-04-16
United States, Texas, Hidalgo, Bensten Rio-Grande State Park. Singing Chaparral Trail.


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Google Map

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