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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Thelocactus setispinus (Engelm.) E.F. Anderson
BRIT240513Alfred Traverse   
United States, Texas, Cameron, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Thelocactus scheeri
BRIT240512Fred B. Jones   11151955-04-20
United States, Texas, Jim Wells, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
BRIT240511Barton H. Warnock   84801949-05-14
United States, Texas, Brewster, 5 miles south of Marathon., 1189m

BRIT:BRIT
Thelocactus bicolor Britton & Rose
BRIT240510Richard D. Worthington   
United States, Texas, Brewster, detailed locality information protected

BRIT:BRIT
Thelocactus setispinus (Engelm.) E.F. Anderson
BRIT550783Miguel Angel Gonz├ílez Botello   00662001-04-16
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Agualeguas, Camino al Bordo de Loma Larga, 165m

BRIT:BRIT
Thelocactus setispinus (Engelm.) E.F. Anderson
BRIT550784Miguel Angel Gonz├ílez Botello   00662001-04-16
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Agualeguas, Camino al Bordo de Loma Larga, 165m


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