Dataset: MOR
Taxa: Phaeographis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Morton Arboretum


MOR
L-0009986-MORGerould Wilhelm   172551989-06-18
U.S.A., Florida, Walton, At Grayton Beach State Park, along nature trail in dune area east of the beach house.

MOR
Phaeographis subtigrina (Vain.) Zahlbr.
L-0009989-MORGerould Wilhelm   188361990-12-29
U.S.A., Florida, Polk, About 10 miles southeast of Lake Wale, west off of Walk-in-the-Water Road, north of Tiger Creek, on the Tiger Creek Preserve., 27.812432 -81.444403

MOR
Phaeographis dendritica (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0009985-MORGerould Wilhelm   162101988-03-29
U.S.A., Florida, Santa Rosa, At the northeast edge of Milton, north of Dancer St, in Hammock., 30.654384 -87.138619

MOR
Phaeographis subtigrina (Vain.) Zahlbr.
L-0009988-MORGerould Wilhelm   189771990-12-31
U.S.A., Florida, Wakulla, Apalachicola National Forest, along County Road 368, 3.6 miles northwest of junction of US 319 at Crawfordville., 30.2 -84.45

MOR
Phaeographis dendritica (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0009984-MORGerould Wilhelm   188461990-12-29
U.S.A., Florida, Polk, About 10 miles southeast of Lake Wales, west off of Walk-in-the-Water Road, north of Tiger Creek, on the Tiger Creek Preserve., 27.812432 -81.444403

MOR
L-0009987-MORGerould Wilhelm   172571989-06-18
U.S.A., Florida, Walton, At Grayton Beach State Park, along nature trail in dune area east of the beach house., 30.32576 -86.154607

MOR
Phaeographis dendritica (Ach.) Müll.Arg.
L-0009983-MORGerould Wilhelm   161571988-03-28
U.S.A., Florida, Okaloosa, About 3.5 miles southeast of Rock Creek at the Kennedy Bridge picnic area., 30.938721 -86.734092


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