Dataset: CAS
Taxa: Coccocarpiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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California Academy of Sciences


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489276Dennis E. Breedlove   678291988-05-14
Mexico, Chiapas, Cinco Lagunas, lagos de Montebello National Parak. Municipio of La Trinitaria, 1600m

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Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
489281Thomas A. Williams   s.n.1897-12-00
United States, Maryland, Sligo Creek

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Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
489283Frank Almeda   9171971-09-18
United States, North Carolina, Stokes, Hanging Rock State Park

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Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
489284Frank Almeda   9571971-12-03
United States, North Carolina, Orange, Duke Forest, New Hope Creek Division: vicinity of cement bridge over New Hope Creek

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Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
489285Henry Albert Green   s.n.1898-05-27
United States, South Carolina, Chester

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Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
489286Sam Shushan   L-329071960-08-26
United States, Oklahoma, Mccurtain, N of Broken Bow, Beaver's Bend State Park, along Mt. Fork River, 152 - 183m

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Coccocarpia palmicola (Sprengel) Arv. & D. J. Galloway
489287Dennis E. Breedlove   713531988-11-11
Mexico, Chiapas, in Paraje Kulaktik; Municipio of Tenejapa

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Coccocarpia cronia (Tuck.) Vain.
489282Thomas A. Williams   s.n.1897-12-00
United States, Maryland, Prince George's, along Sligo Creek, 38.971743 -76.98164

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Coccocarpia pellita (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
489288Charles Russell Orcutt   s.n.1926-05-24
United States, Texas, Fort Davis

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Coccocarpia pellita (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
489289Dennis E. Breedlove   573831982-01-16
Mexico, Chiapas, 10 km towards Chancala on road to Bonampak from the Palenque-Ocosingo road, Municipio of La Libertad., 280m

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Coccocarpia pellita (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
489290Dennis E. Breedlove   678561988-05-14
Mexico, Chiapas, near Cinco Lagunas, Lagos de Montebello National Park. Municipio of La Trinitaria, 1600m


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