Dataset: FLAS
Taxa: Cora timucua
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Florida Herbarium


FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L161Dana Griffin, III   1001970-06-07
United States, Florida, Columbia, O'Leno State Park, 29.91056 -82.577217, 30m

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L162Dana G. Griffin, III   1969-03-17
United States, Florida, Columbia, O'Leno State Park, 29.91056 -82.577217, 37m

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L8150Severin Rapp   1918-11-00
United States, Florida, Seminole, Sanford, 28.800548 -81.27312

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L8151Severin Rapp   1927-03-00
United States, Florida, Seminole, Oviedo, 28.669997 -81.20812

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L846K. Kendall   1973-07-26
United States, Florida, Marion, Ocala National Forest, north of 40-19 intersection, southeast of river bridge, 29.207654 -81.659849, 27m

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L847N.F.   1973-07-29
United States, Florida, Columbia, O'Leno State Park, NW of High Springs, 29.920083 -82.607859, 30m

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L848N.H. Can   1973-07-26
United States, Florida, Marion, Ocala National Forest, north of 40-19 intersection, southeast of river bridge, 29.207654 -81.659849, 27m

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L849Nora Faria   1973-07-29
United States, Florida, Columbia, O'Leno State Park, NW of High Springs, 29.920083 -82.607859, 30m

FLAS
Cora timucua Dal Forno, Kaminsky & Lücking
FLAS L850C.C. Tu   1973-07-26
United States, Florida, Marion, Ocala National Forest, north of 40-19 intersection, southeast of river bridge, 29.207654 -81.659849, 27m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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