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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT23682S. McDaniel   
United States, Florida, Franklin, detailed locality information protected

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Tofieldia racemosa (Walter) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
BRIT408121B. R. MacRoberts   35131997-08-26
United States, Texas, Tyler, Turkey Creek Pitcher Plant Bog/Savanna. On pitcher plant trail. N. of Muscadine Rd. Ca. 3.5 km south of FM 1943 on east side of Turkey Creek Unit. Big Thicket National Preserve.

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Tofieldia racemosa (Walter) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
BRIT623179James R. Simon   s.n.1977-06-12
United States, South Carolina, Berkeley, Along I26 frontage road near Tall Pines.

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Tofieldia racemosa (Walter) Britton, Sterns & Poggenb.
BRIT401407   
United States, Georgia, Worth

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Triantha glutinosa (Michx.) Baker
BRIT569575Larry E. Brown   316742006-07-25
Canada, British Columbia, Collected along the board walk in the Shorepine Bog Trail in the Pacific Rim National Park off of Hwy 4 west of Port Alberni., 49.003611 -125.651389

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Triantha racemosa (Walter) Small
BRIT407742V. L. Cory   500521945-10-04
United States, Texas, Tyler, Frequent in pitcher plant bog; up to 60 cm. tall. 16 miles south of Woodville; west of railway.

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Triantha racemosa (Walter) Small
BRIT569574R. Wagener   271979-07-03
United States, Florida, Leon, 2 mi n. of jct of Fla 267 & 267A: s. of Tallahassee.

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Tofieldia calyculata (L.) Wahlenb.
BRIT569573Edgar Wieslander   s.n.1969-06-28
Sweden, Suecia: Gtl: Veskinde sn. Skalso


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