Dataset: CATU-
Taxa: bumelia => Sideroxylon, Bumelia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Catawba College Herbarium


CATU
Bumelia tenax (L.) Willd.
CATU002498Jason Hupp   26-03-02000-03-26
United States, North Carolina, Brunswick, Holden Beach Rd, 5 mi West of intersection

CATU
Bumelia lycioides (L.) Pers.
CATU005120M. J. Baranski   93-101993-05-31
USA, NC, Rowan, Grant's Creek slough area N of Spencer and W of I-85

CATU
Bumelia lycioides (L.) Pers.
CATU005199M. J. Baranski   2008-422008-12-08
USA, NC, Rowan, Woods back of M. Baranski residence at 12625 Cool Springs Rd.


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