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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
D. B. Ward   79261971-06-18
Mexico, Veracruz, Unknown, Moist, shaded side of trail, on slope below saddle on southeast ridge of Volcan San Martin Tuxtla, southeast of road between Catemaco and Sontecomapan., 549m

SD:Plants
Anigozanthos Labill.
R. Cox   s.n.1992-03-31
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Gardens

SD:Plants
Anigozanthos Labill.
E. Loomis   s.n.1992-05-05
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Gardens

SD:Plants
Austin Griffiths Jr.   s.n.1961-05-19
United States, California, San Diego, Los Angeles, Los Angeles State and County Arboretum

SD:Plants
Helen V. Witham   8701970-05-24
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, Tropic World Nursery.

SD:Plants
Florence M. Givens   52111988-06-12
United States, Florida, Holmes, Small sinkhole pond with floating aquatics, about 4.5 miles west of Fla. Rte. 79 and I-10.

SD:Plants
R. R. Smith   15001967-06-19
United States, Florida, Holmes, Common in recently burned area, 2.5 miles south of Junction Fla. 2, along Fla. 177A, ca. 10.5 miles northwest of Bonifay.

SD:Plants
W. G. D'Arcy   29911968-08-07
United States, Florida, Indian River, Wet flatwoods, Fla. 510, just west of Fla. 505.

SD:Plants
Duffie Clemons   2401980-11-21
United States, California, San Diego, Ex hort, container plant, San Diego Zoo nursery.

SD:Plants
R. Cox   s.n.1991-07-17
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Gardens

SD:Plants
R. Cox   s.n.1989-07-06
United States, California, San Diego, Encinitas, Quail Botanical Gardens

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-04-01
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Ex hort, Dickson Place.

SD:Plants
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-04-01
United States, California, Santa Barbara, Ex hort, Dickson Place.


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