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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Microxyphium aciculiforme Cif., Bat. & Nascim.
FLAS-F-47486John A. Stevenson   18031922-02-21
USA, Florida, Miami Dade, Miami, Brickel Avenus Garden, 25.774266 -80.193659

FLAS
Microxyphium artocarpi Bat., Nascim. & Cif.
FLAS-F-47487John A. Stevenson   1922-02-02
USA, Florida, Miami Dade, Miami, Brickell Hammock, 25.7501 -80.204493

FLAS
Microxyphium columnatum Bat., Cif. & Nascim.
FLAS-F-47488John A. Stevenson   19301922-02-08
USA, Florida, Miami Dade, Miami; 25.774266 -80.193659, 25.774266 -80.193659

FLAS
Microxyphium footi (Harv. ex Berk. & Desm.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-47490J.A. Stevenson   16531922-02-13
USA, Florida, Miami Dade, Coconut Grove, 25.712601 -80.256995

FLAS
Microxyphium footi (Harv. ex Berk. & Desm.) Thüm.
FLAS-F-47489C.H. Most   1927-12-27
USA, Florida, Fort Lauderdale, 26.122308 -80.143379

FLAS
FLAS-F-47491C.L. Shear   1942-02-17
USA, Florida, Orange, Winter Park, 28.6 -81.339235


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