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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


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BRIT469820Ann M. Navaro   2701992-06-15
Belize, Stann Creek District. All Pines.

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BRIT425495John D. Dwyer   120971974-01-22
Belize, Cayo, Mile 25, south of Belmopan, Hummingbird Highway.

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BRIT425494Bruce D. Vanderveen   6611973-06-14
Belize, Toledo, Along highway to Punta Gorda, 1 mi E of jct with road to San Antonio.

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BRIT426919Linda Marcus   281982-06-28
Belize, El Cayo District: Macal-Tipu Ruins, Negroman Ranch. Ca. 2 mi NW of Ranch house off road to Chial.

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BRIT471920Linda Marcus   271982-06-28
Belize, Ca. 2 mi NW of Ranch house off road to Chial.

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BRIT431684Linda Marcus   221982-06-25
Belize, El Cayo District: Macal-Tipu Ruins, Negroman Ranch. 1 mi S of the Ranch house off road to Vaca Falls.

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BRIT431760Cathy J. Crane   2631983-02-20
Belize, Corozal, Cerros Maya Ruins, Lowry's Bight, coastal area.

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BRIT471538Cathy J. Crane   2531983-02-19
Belize, Corozal, Cerros Maya Ruins, Lowry;s Bight, coastal area.

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BRIT471537Cathy J. Crane   2531983-02-19
Belize, Corozal, Cerros Maya Ruins, Lowry;s Bight, coastal area.

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BRIT432401John D. Dwyer   111661973-06-13
Belize, Toledo, San Jose, 6.7 miles north of Columbia Forest Station.

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BRIT433893John D. Dwyer   121041974-01-22
Belize, Cayo, Mile 25, south of Belmopan, Hummingbird Highway.

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BRIT428052J. D. Dwyer   127901974-06-08
Belize, Belize, Gracie Rock.

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BRIT428214Cathy J. Crane   4731983-04-01
Belize, Corozal, Cerros Maya Ruins, Lowry's Bight, coastal area


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