Dataset: FTU
Taxa: Brigantieaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Central Florida Herbarium


FTU
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
FTU L28Walter M. Thomson   1990-03-05
United States, Florida, Seminole, Wekiva Springs State Park, within a 120 ac hardwood/cypress swamp on the south side of Wekiva Springs Run. S. 1/4 of sect. 30 and N. 1/4 of sect 32; T20S, R29E, 28.714228 -81.450449

FTU
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
FTU L29Roger Rosentreter   67581990-12-28
United States, Florida, Liberty, Apalachicola National Forest, along the Ochlockonee River. 21 miles E of Wilma SE of Tallahasse, Florida, on Forestry Hwy #13, 30.176332 -84.667952, 23m

FTU
Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
FTU L30Hank O. Whittier   1977-02-00
United States, Florida, Seminole, Black Hammock, 28.717766 -81.157835

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Brigantiaea leucoxantha (Sprengel) R. Sant. & Hafellner
FTU L31Shirley C. Tucker   31548-B1992-03-13
United States, Louisiana, Winn, Saline Creek Prairie ~ 4 km NW of Tullos, 2.4 km W of Castor Creek nr. Saline Creek, 31.843859 -92.353057


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