Dataset: WTU-V
Taxa: Acrostichum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Washington Herbarium, Vascular Plant Collection

37488Willard N. Clute   2491900-03-02
Jamaica, Port Antonio., 18.18 -76.461

94033H.L. Blomquist   116451941-08-29
U.S.A., Puerto Rico, Edge of brackish lagoon, north side of San Jose Lagoon, Isla Verde., 18.438 -66.020005

314429D. Anderson   10341949-12-29
Micronesia, Satawan Atoll, Ta Islet., 5.401628 153.591573

11781JWTEdgar T. Wherry   s.n.1930-04-16
U.S.A., Florida, Miami-Dade, Fulford.

11789JWTW. A. Setchell, H. E. Parks   151861926-05-00
Fiji, Viti Levu, In swamp near Suva.

56606Vida M. Lovett   2361937-05-28
U.S.A., Florida, Hendry, Roadside 11 mi from Moore Haven., 26.701332 -81.087297

94032H.L. Blomquist   120611941-10-18
U.S.A., Puerto Rico, Near river, Guajatacca., 18.483832 -66.957775

56395Harold E. Box, Also Mr. Fig Tree Hill.   2181931-12-20
Antigua and Barbuda, Antigua, Antigua, British West Indies. Between Sugar Loaf Mtn. (Falmouth Peak) and

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Google Map

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