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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1946-03-01
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas

SD:Plants
Davilla kunthii A. St.-Hil.
A. C. Sanders   99681990-03-15
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Chetumal, N of Tomas Garrido and W of Nicolas Bravo, 18.11667 -89.025, 150m

SD:Plants
Davilla kunthii A. St.-Hil.
J. J. Pipoly   113841987-04-10
Guyana, NULL, Unknown, E. Berbice-Corentyne Region: Left bank Canje River, 5.33333 -57.63333

SD:Plants
Davilla kunthii A. St.-Hil.
F. Ventura A.   12771970-06-10
Mexico, Veracruz, Tlapacoyan, La Palmilla, 150m

SD:Plants
Davilla kunthii A. St.-Hil.
Warren Douglas Stevens   11191971-06-23
Mexico, Veracruz, Unknown, Near Pemex Campo El Panal, off of road to Las Choapas, near Tabasco border

SD:Plants
Hibbertia scandens (Willd.) Gilg
A. C. Sanders   78191988-05-18
United States, California, Los Angeles, El Segundo Dunes, immed. W of L.A. Int. Airport, 33.93333 -118.43333

SD:Plants
Hibbertia scandens (Willd.) Gilg
Charles F. Harbison   s.n.1965-05-19
United States, California, San Diego, ex hort. C. F. Harbison,1915 F.Ave, National City

SD:Plants
A.C. Sanders   96801990-03-12
Mexico, Campeche, Hopelchen, Ejido Paach-wits, 32 km S of Xmaben on the dirt road from Hopelchen to Xpujil., 19 -89.33333, 200m

SD:Plants
Hibbertia cuneiformis (Labill.) Smith
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-04-01
United States, California, San Diego, Balboa Park, San Diego

SD:Plants
M. W. Myers   s.n.1944-11-01
United States, California, San Diego, Balboa Park, San Diego


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