Dataset: BRIT
Search Criteria: Bahamas; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT-SMU
Anemia cicutaria Kunze ex Spreng. [excluded]
BRIT472279D.S. Correll   408161973-12-09
Bahamas, About 1 mile east of Stuart Manor.

BRIT-SMU:SMU
BRIT472281D. S. Correll   451221975-05-15
Bahamas, Eleuthera: north edge of Rock Sound.

BRIT
BRIT472274A.M. Frazer   92-31992-03-10
Bahamas, North Andros, Pineland south of Bail Road approximately 0.5 mi. west of intersection with Queen's Highway just north of Forfar Field Station.

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Nephrolepis multiflora (Roxb.) Jarrett ex Morton
BRIT426840A.M. Frazer   91-1381991-07-16
Bahamas, North Andros, Approx. 9 miles north of T-junction (Queen's Highway).

BRIT
BRIT426962A.M Frazer   91-1271991-07-14
Bahamas, North Andros, Jungle Pond, adjacent to logging road which intersects with Red Bays road approximately 6 miles west of intersection with Queen's Highway.

BRIT-SMU
BRIT430491D.S. Correll   441081975-01-11
Bahamas, Great Exuma: Stuart Manor.

BRIT
BRIT467237D. S. Correll   447551975-03-22
Bahamas, Grand Bahama: Coppice in Fortune Hills region of Freeport.

BRIT
BRIT472020Steven R. Hill   31281975-06-06
Bahamas, Andros, Coppice 0.8 mile west of main road on the logging road which connects to the second main N-S logging road; just south of Staniard Creek.

BRIT
BRIT472007D. S. Correll   469461976-03-26
Bahamas, New Providence, On east-facing walls for Fort Charlotte, Nassau.

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BRIT467239Paul O. Schallert   54561961-11-25
Bahamas, Grand Bahama Island.

BRIT
BRIT472015D. S. Correll   461251975-11-20
Bahamas, Cat Island, Along trail to The Hermitage, Mt. Alverina, from Old Bight., 63m

BRIT:SMU
BRIT433964D. S. Correll   445401975-03-12
Bahamas, Great Abaco, Along Great Abaco Highway, about 22 miles southeast of Marsh Harbour.

BRIT
BRIT433938A. M. Frazer   91-1291991-07-14
Bahamas, North Andros, Off Red Bays road approx. 8.8 mi. west of intersection with Queen's Highway.

BRIT:SMU
BRIT433937R. A. Howard   101661948-05-00
Bahamas, Bimini, South Bimini.

BRIT
BRIT428509A. M. Frazer   91-2371991-08-11
Bahamas, North Andros, In Jungle Pond off logging road which intersects with Red Bays road approximately 6 miles west of intersection with Queen's Highway.

BRIT
BRIT428508Otto Degener   188601946-02-13
Bahamas, Two miles south of Nassau, New Providence.

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Tectaria lobata (C. Presl) Morton
BRIT428370D. S. Correll   410531974-01-09
Bahamas, North Eleuthera, Covering walls of a "banana hole" 20 ft. deep, near Watkins Hill.

BRIT
Tectaria lobata (C. Presl) Morton
BRIT428369D. S. Correll   408171973-12-09
Bahamas, Great Exuma, In "banana hole" in coppice about 1 mile east of Stuart Manor.

BRIT
Tectaria lobata (C. Presl) Morton
BRIT428368D. S. Correll   453161975-05-19
Bahamas, Eleuthera, In banana hole on coppice-covered hills between Green Castle and Waterford.

BRIT
BRIT428363D. S. Correll   512101980-03-05
Bahamas, Great Exuma, In sink hole in coppice several miles from Richmond Hill, about 100 feet off roadway.

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Psilotum nudum (L.) Beauv.
BRIT428028D.S. Correll   441211975-01-12
Bahamas, Great Exuma: on walls of deep banana hole in thinly covered (by shrubs) rock flats just northwest of Goat Cay, George Town.

BRIT:SMU
BRIT428094D. S. Correll   446521975-03-14
Bahamas, Great Abaco: about 2 miles northwest of Treasure Cay turn-off from Great Abaco Highway.

BRIT:SMU
BRIT428263Paul O. Schallert   223471961-11-25
Bahamas, Great Bahama Island.

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Selaginella bracei O. C. Schmidt
BRIT470546Gladys Fehling   191978-04-10
Bahamas, Andros Bahamas: In lime sink in pine woods across road from Andros Town Airport, Fresh Creek.

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Selaginella bracei O. C. Schmidt
BRIT470547D. S. Correll   466871976-01-25
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, In deep narrow sinkhole in pineyard about 2 miles west of Freeport Airport.


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