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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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Wolffiella gladiata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
BRIT507954Roberta H. Smith   7102017-11-29
United States, Texas, Red River, NE of Clarksville, 16475 FM 1159; Greenwood Property. Found in north eastern edge of water in large levee., 33.792267 -94.926919, 115m

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Wolffiella gladiata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
BRIT528991C. E. Wood, Jr.   s.n.1958-07-07
United States, North Carolina, Jones, At edge of mill pond at Trenton.

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Wolffiella lingulata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
BRIT528992Peter Rubtzoff   52501963-09-01
United States, California, Sonoma, Bennett Mountain Lake.

BRIT:BRIT
Wolffiella gladiata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
BRIT592205John Taylor   76251971-04-24
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Along M. Fork River below Broken Bow Dam.

BRIT:BRIT
Wolffiella gladiata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
BRIT592206John Taylor   233001976-08-29
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Along Little River on North side of US 70 at the bridge about 5.5 miles South of Broken Bow, Okla.

BRIT:BRIT-SMU
Wolffiella gladiata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
BRIT592207Wm. C. Vinyard   s.n.1961-07-24
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, In ox bow of Red River, 5.5 miles south, 3 miles east of Tom.

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Wolffiella floridana (Donn. Sm.) C.H. Thomp.
BRIT694097G. L. Thomson   941973-10-06
United States, Oklahoma, McCurtain, Cypress Swamp 11 mi SE Eagletown, OK

BRIT:BRIT
Wolffiella lingulata (Hegelm.) Hegelm.
BRIT861966Steven R. Hill   85311979-05-15
United States, Texas, Refugio, NE side of horseshoe pond, Lake Trip. N. side of Aransas River, 7.5 mi SSW or Woodsboro


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