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

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
FLAS-F-32770F. M. McLean & C.B. Stifler   1942-01-06
USA, Florida, Agricultural Experiment Station

FLAS
FLAS-F-62779Laurel Kaminsky, Emily Cantonwine   MF541022018-06-22
U.S.A., Florida, Alachua, Sweetwater Preserve

FLAS
Scortechinia acanthostroma (Mont.) Sacc. & Berl.
FLAS-F-44726J. A. Stevenson   1954-09-04
USA, Florida, Levy, Gulf Hammock

FLAS
Scortechinia acanthostroma (Mont.) Sacc. & Berl.
FLAS-F-54041P.O. Schallert   1956-03-25
USA, Florida, Seminole, Altamonte Springs

FLAS
Scortechinia acanthostroma (Mont.) Sacc. & Berl.
FLAS-F-46030C. L. Shear   1941-01-15
USA, Florida, Longwood

FLAS
Scortechinia acanthostroma (Mont.) Sacc. & Berl.
FLAS-F-46031C. L. Shear   1940-02-27
USA, Florida, Longwood

FLAS
Scortechinia acanthostroma (Mont.) Sacc. & Berl.
FLAS-F-62034Matthew E. Smith   2018-00-00
U.S.A., Florida, Alachua


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