Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Callicarpa
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
James W. Kessler   37731980-09-27
United States, Texas, Walker, Heavily wooded area about 2 blocks east of Sam Houston State University; sandy soil.

SD:Plants
Fred Baker   1621914-06-09
Japan, Unknown, Misaki

SD:Plants
Francis J. Scully   9821937-07-20
United States, Arkansas, Unknown, Hot Springs and vicinity.

SD:Plants
Frank F. Gander   76011939-06-13
United States, Louisiana, Calcasieu, Lake Charles

SD:Plants
O. E. Sperry   30381955-05-30
United States, Texas, Montgomery, Ca. 1.5 miles south of Dobbin.

SD:Plants
R. R. Smith   15151967-06-19
United States, Florida, Holmes, In wooded area near Wright's Creek, along Fla. 177A; ca. 7.0 miles northwest of Bonifay.

SD:Plants
W. G. D'Arcy   22021967-10-13
United States, Florida, Alachua, North side of Lake Alice, University of Florida campus, Gainesville.

SD:Plants
G. Martinez Calderon   1921965-08-12
Mexico, Oaxaca, Chiltepec, Tuxtepec, 1m

SD:Plants
R. Cox   s.n.1998-10-06
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-04-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park.


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