Dataset: USF
Taxa: Letrouitiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of South Florida Herbarium


USF
Letrouitia domingensis (Pers.) Hafeller & Bellem.
USF 266456F. Seavey   422009-03-00
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, 25.950042 -81.350026, 2 - 3m

USF
Letrouitia vulpina (Tuck.) Hafellner & Bellem.
USF 266457F. Seavey   2009-03-00
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, 25.950042 -81.350026, 2 - 3m

USF
Letrouitia domingensis (Pers.) Hafeller & Bellem.
USF 278362R. Lücking   26716
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park; Janes Scenic Drive; 6.5 mi. NNW of ranger station at gate 12 along old tram road., 26.633333 -81.4

USF
Letrouitia domingensis (Pers.) Hafeller & Bellem.
USF 278363R. Lücking   
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park; Janes Scenic Drive; 6.5 mi. NNW of ranger station at gate 12 along old tram road., 26.633333 -81.4

USF
Letrouitia domingensis (Pers.) Hafeller & Bellem.
USF 278364R. Lücking   26719
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park; Janes Scenic Drive; 6.5 mi. NNW of ranger station, west of old tram., 26.016667 -81.416667

USF
Letrouitia domingensis (Pers.) Hafeller & Bellem.
USF 278366R. Lücking   
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park; Janes Scenic Drive; 3.2 mi. NNW of ranger station., 25.983333 -81.383333

USF
Letrouitia vulpina (Tuck.) Hafellner & Bellem.
USF 278367R. Lücking   26723
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park; Janes Scenic Drive; 6.5 mi. NNW of ranger station, west of old tram., 26.016667 -81.416667


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