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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Todea superba Colenso
BRIT426452C.C. Armstrong   s.n.1887-00-00
New Zealand, Vicinity of Dunedin.

BRIT:BRIT
Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT444696Steven R. Hill   355822004-03-15
Australia, Queensland, Wide Bay Pastoral District. Womalah, Seary's Scrub (Camp Mile), AGD-66, 9546-079251, Zone 56, Easting 507950 (m), Northing 7125150 (m); north side of Seary's Creek, Cooloola Sand Forest, 1-2 km NE of Rainbow Beach Road on sandy fire access road. Near the western Pacific Ocean coast. Northeast of Gympie., -25.997778 153.079444

BRIT:BRIT
Todea fraseri Hook. & Grev.
BRIT444695Eric Craig   s.n.
Australia, New South Wales, Sydney [No additional locality data on sheet]

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Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT444694C. L. Wilson   430B1957-03-06
Australia, New South Wales, Above Narrabeen Lakes, 15 mi. N. of Sydney.

BRIT:BRIT
Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT444693C. L. Wilson   430A1957-03-06
Australia, New South Wales, Above Narrabeen Lakes, 15 mi. N. of Sydney.

BRIT:BRIT
Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT444692C. L. Wilson   430C1957-03-06
Australia, New South Wales, Above Narrabeen Lakes, 15 mi. N. of Sydney.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT444691T. T. Earle   2081934-01-00
Australia, New South Wales, Colloroy Beach outside of Sydney.

BRIT:BRIT
Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT506425Miss Cummings   123
South Africa, Bain's Kloof.

BRIT:BRIT
Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT506424leg.ign.   s.n.
South Africa, Cape of Good Hope.

BRIT:BRIT
Todea barbara (L.) T.Moore
BRIT507903Eric craig   s.n.
New Zealand, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT:BRIT
Todea superba Colenso
BRIT507902Eric Craig   s.n.
New Zealand, [No additional locality data on sheet]

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BRIT507901Eric Craig   s.n.
New Zealand, [No additional locality data on sheet]


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