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

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University of South Florida Herbarium


USF
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
USF 264762Alan R. Franck   31182012-09-02
United States, Florida, Sarasota, Myakka River State Park; 0.^ 6 km W of Manatee Co. line, 0.05 km of W of Myakka River, 27.233 -82.300003

USF
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
USF 274038Julia A. Schulten   11551983-01-01
Bahamas, San Salvador Island; Jake Jones Road.

USF
USF 274031Julia A. Schulten   10321983-02-10
Bahamas, Andros Island; N of Love Hill, on De Sousa Farm Road.

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Coenogonium subfallaciosum (Vězda & Farkas) Lücking, Aptroot & Sipman
USF 278306R. Lücking   26703
United States, Florida, Collier, Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park; Janes Scenic Drive; 1.8 mi. NNW of ranger station., 25.966667 -81.366667

USF
Coenogonium Ehrenb. ex Nees
USF 281441margaret L. Gilbert   1963-05-05
United States, Florida, Pasco, Withlacoochee River, 2 Rivers Ranch.


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