Dataset: US-Botany
Search Criteria: French Guiana; Cayenne Department; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Polysiphonia subtilissima Mont.
66885.21196F. Leprieur   353
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne.

US:Botany
Polysiphonia subtilissima Mont.
66885.28317F. Leprieur   353
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne.

US:Botany
Nostoc commune Vaucher ex Bornet & Flahault
87242.23727W. E. Broadway   5921921-06-28
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne area

US:Botany
Symphyothrix cartilaginea Mont.
141014.2162F. Leprieur   1287 BIS
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne.

US:Botany
Stigonema leprieurii Mont.
140956.214F. Leprieur   s.n.1860-06-00
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Mont-tigre, Cayenne., 4.933333333 -52.33333333

US:Botany
Scytonema leprieurii Kütz.
140842.2151F. Leprieur   824
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne.

US:Botany
Amphithrix leprieurii Mont.
139142.2166F. Leprieur   1287 BIS
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne.

US:Botany
Sirocoleum guyanense Kütz.
140869.2162F. Leprieur   351
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne.

US:Botany
Lyngbya guianensis Kütz.
139918.212F. Leprieur   344
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne.

US:Botany
Scytonema millei Bornet & Thur.
140741.2105L. Mille   s.n.1834-00-00
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Ville de Cayenne, north of Cayenne.

US:Botany
Symphyosiphon guyanensis Mont.
141011.2105F. Leprieur   542
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne

US:Botany
Nostoc commune Vaucher ex Bornet & Flahault
137169.2373W. E. Broadway   5921921-06-28
French Guiana, Cayenne Department, Cayenne area


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Google Map

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