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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Myrciaria floribunda (H. West ex Willd.) O. Berg
A. C. Saunders   96831990-03-12
Mexico, Campeche, Hopelchen, Ejido Pach-wits, 32 km S of Xmaben on the dirt road from Hopelch‚n to Epujil, 19 -89.33333, 200m

SD:Plants
Myrciaria edulis
William T. Gillis   s.n.1969-06-26
United States, California, San Diego, Coral Gables, FL, Fairchild Tropical Gardens

SD:Plants
Myrciaria edulis
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-07-01
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Ex hort, Franceschi Park, Santa Barbara

SD:Plants
Myrciaria edulis
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-07-01
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Ex hort, Hillside Park, Santan Barbara

SD:Plants
Myrciaria edulis
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.
United States, California, San Francisco, Ex hort, Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
Myrciaria edulis
E. Norland   s.n.1963-06-09
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, Spring Valley, Garden of C.E. Norland

SD:Plants
Myrciaria edulis
E. Norland   s.n.1964-04-05
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, Garden of C.E. Norland, Casa de Oro, Spring Valley


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