Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Actinonema
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
FLAS-F-03116J. A. Bear   
USA, Florida, Palatka

FLAS
FLAS-F-03115E. H. Berger   
USA, Florida, Fangerine

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03119G. F. Weber   1924-10-11
USA, Florida, Alachua

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03120   1919-04-18
USA, California, Monrivia

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03118H.E.S.   1917-06-12
USA, Florida, Jacksonville

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03114A. Commons   N.A.F. 5361893-12-00
USA, Delaware, Wilmington

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03122G.F. Weber   1924-10-14
USA, Florida, Alachua

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03113Elam Bartholomew   1896-10-03
USA, Kansas, Rooks, Rooks

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03112Geo. V. Nash   1895-00-00
USA, Florida, Lake, Eustis

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03121H.E.S.   1917-04-18
Celloidon filues Hut Pahu Beach

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03109E. Bartholomew   1915-08-23
USA, Oregon, Portland

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03110J. Dearness   1912-06-24
Canada, Ontario, London

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03111G. F. Weber   35681927-02-07
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03107Mrs. J. E. Crane   
USA, Florida, Tampa

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03106   1909-11-23
USA, Florida, Alachua

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-03108P. H. Rolfs   1908-10-21
USA, Florida, C.H. Thompson Winter Haven

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-43500Albert S. Muller   1421950-08-01
Honduras, Escuela Agricola Panamerican

FLAS
Actinonema rosae (Lib.) Fr.
FLAS-F-32771C.B. Stifler   1943-06-03
USA, Florida, Palma Sola Park


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