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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Calothyrium apiahynum (Speg.) F. Stevens
FLAS-F-39737AS Rhoads   s.n.1944-01-05
United States, Florida, Marion, Ocala, Silver Springs, 29.216944 -82.054444

FLAS
Calothyrium apiahynum (Speg.) F. Stevens
FLAS-F-38991AS Rhoads   s.n.1944-05-01
USA, Florida, in stream bottom 10 1/2 miles west of Palatka

FLAS
Calothyrium apiahynum (Speg.) F. Stevens
FLAS-F-39738AS Rhoads   s.n.1944-01-20
USA, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville, hammock along Newman's Lake, 29.642911 -82.22562

FLAS
Calothyrium apiahynum (Speg.) F. Stevens
FLAS-F-33201A.S. Rhoads   1944-02-14
USA, Florida, Marion, Silver Springs, 29.217337 -82.05541

FLAS
Calothyrium pustulatum (Ellis & G. Martin) Theiss.
FLAS-F-04340Arthur S Rhoads   1944-05-14
USA, Florida


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