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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Hexagonia alveolaris (DC.) Murrill
FLAS-F-19587Murrill   1939-04-23
United States, Florida, Levy, Gulf. Hammock, 29.25278 -82.73111

FLAS
Hexagonia velutina Pat. & Har.
FLAS-F-50963N. Lundquist   1970-01-20
Kenya, Western Province, Kakamega, Kakamega Forest; near Forest Station,13 km ESE of Kakamega, 0.266667 34.916667

FLAS
Hexagonia hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo
FLAS-F-58903E.C.Setliff, W.Mesner   1993-04-29
Puerto Rico, Rio Grande, La Mina trail, Caribbean National Forest, 18.295539 -65.800037

FLAS
Hexagonia hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo
FLAS-F-56043Adolfredo Delgado   1992-08-15
United States, Florida, Alachua, Gainesville; San Felasco Hammock State Park, 6 miles NW of Gainesville, 29.716566 -82.45784

FLAS
Hexagonia hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo
FLAS-F-56342C. Semer IV, R. Charudattan   1997-05-14
United States, Florida, Broward, Holiday Park; west of State Road 27 and west of Ft. Lauderdale, 26.13389 -80.13222

FLAS
Hexagonia hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo
FLAS-F-58800Paul O. Schallert   1963-10-25
United States, Florida, Seminole, 28.66083 -81.36583

FLAS
Hexagonia hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo
FLAS-F-60995Matthew E Smith, Barry Kaminsky, David Borland   2017-06-20
United States, Florida, Putnam, Ordway-Swisher Biological Station, by Timmons Creek Bridge, 29.720457 -81.970066

FLAS
FLAS-F-67284Alan R. Franck and Arian Farid   A.R. Franck 48982020-09-10
United States, FLORIDA, Monroe, Key Largo, Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park, 25.298 -80.3

FLAS
Hexagonia hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo
FLAS-F-66974Michael Belitz   B19, iNaturalist 262572882019-05-25
United States, Florida, Alachua, Natural Area Teaching Lab, University of Florida campus, 29.632724 -82.370449, 30m

FLAS
Hexagonia hydnoides (Sw.) M. Fidalgo
FLAS-F-67770F.W. Howard   2006-07-12
United States, Florida, Broward, Ft. Lauderdale REC


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