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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Urvillea ulmacea H.B. & K.
BRIT452328Robert Runyon   30681934-10-15
United States, Texas, Cameron, At El Jardin near Brownsville., 10m

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Urvillea ulmacea H.B. & K.
BRIT452329V. L. Cory   282661938-04-03
United States, Texas, Cameron, Olmito

BRIT:BRIT
Urvillea ulmacea H.B. & K.
BRIT383217V. L. Cory   281911938-04-02
United States, Texas, Hidalgo, Half mile north of Hidalgo.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Urvillea ulmacea H.B. & K.
BRIT452326Marshall C. Johnston   5422371954-11-29
United States, Texas, Cameron, Camp Perry (Boy Scout Camp)

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Urvillea ulmacea H.B. & K.
BRIT452327Marshall C. Johnston   53165.31953-11-23
United States, Texas, Cameron, near Arroyo Colorado at Boy Scout Camp Perry.

BRIT:BRIT
Urvillea ulmacea H.B. & K.
BRIT452331F. W. Gould & M. Hycka   81391958-04-18
United States, Texas, Willacy, Northern edge of Willamar.

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978308   
[filed under South America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978309   
[filed under South America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978310   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT66918   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978311   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978312   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978313   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978314   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978315   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978316   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978317   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978318   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978319   
[filed under Mexico/Central America]

BRIT:BRIT
BRIT978320   
[filed under North America]


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