Dataset: BRU
Taxa: Salviniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University


BRU
PBRU00073757E. Hall   6981871-00-00
United States of America, Oregon

BRU
PBRU00073754J. Torrey   1872-03-00
United States of America, Florida, St. John's River.

BRU
PBRU00073756R. M. Tryon, R. K. Godfrey   9071939-07-26
United States of America, South Carolina, Clarendon County, Plantae Exsiccatae Grayanae. Floating on pond in swamp of Black River, 1 mile southwest of Sardinia.

BRU
PBRU00073758H. N. Bolander   1866-00-00
United States of America, California, San Francisco County

BRU
PBRU00073755   1865-00-00
United States of America, Wisconsin

BRU
PBRU00073752Sartwell   
United States of America, New York, Braddock Bay, Lake Ontario.

BRU
PBRU00073753H. W. Ravenel   
United States of America, South Carolina, Santee Canal.

BRU
PBRU00073786C. Wright   17971860-00-00
Cuba

BRU
Salvinia auriculata auct. non Aubl.
PBRU00073778   
Cuba

BRU
Salvinia natans (L.) All.
PBRU00073800Friedrich August Körnicke   1854-10-01
Germany, Berlin (State)

BRU
Salvinia natans (L.) All.
PBRU00073799Friedrich August Körnicke   1854-10-01
Germany, Berlin (State)


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