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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT391220Chester M. Rowell, Jr.   60-0621960-11-13
United States, Texas, Ector, Locally frequent in roadside limestone gravel 5.5 miles east of Penwell. Most abundant in shelter of shrubs.

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BRIT396911Fred B. Jones   15561957-10-10
United States, Texas, San Patricio, Lots and lawns in Taft, TX.

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BRIT415696Jimmy R. Massey   6731964-07-26
United States, Texas, McLennan, Near bathhouse, Battle Lake, 5 mi. W. of Mart.

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BRIT593357Danny Been   2951974-10-27
United States, Oklahoma, Pushmataha, 1.1 mi N of hwy 270 and hwy 2 jct ca 3 mi N of Clayton Post Office; boggy meadow.

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BRIT765575Kyle D. Hoagland   84-4721984-09-29
United States, Texas, Aransas, Along first channel seaward of intracoastal waterway, on causeway between Aransas & Port Aransas.

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BRIT765576Kyle D. Hoagland   84-2301984-05-15
United States, Texas, Hill, Spring Lake Ranch, Aquilla.

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BRIT765574Kyle D. Hoagland   84-501984-04-14
United States, Texas, Hill, Spring Lake Ranch, Aquilla.


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