Dataset: NY
Search Criteria: Bahamas; Bimini; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722288D. S. Correll   456411975-07-11
Bahamas, Bimini, Small tree in coppice on north end of Cat Cay

NY
Calyptranthes pallens Griseb.
722228R. A. Howard   101241948-05-00
Bahamas, Bimini, South Bimini: 6' shrub in salt water, edges of Cavelle pond mixed with Rhizophora

NY
Eugenia foetida Pers.
1435939R. A. Howard   101261948-05-00
Bahamas, Bimini, near Cavelle Pond, South Bimini

NY
Mosiera longipes (O.Berg) Small
1602343R. A. Howard   102751948-05-00
Bahamas, Bimini, Low diffuse shrub with arching Branches;, flowers white, East Bimini

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Mosiera longipes (O.Berg) Small
1602382D. S. Correll   421371974-04-17
Bahamas, Bimini, North Bimini: whitelands, Easter Key

NY
Calyptranthes pallens Griseb.
722227R. A. Howard   102671948-05-00
Bahamas, Bimini, East Bimini: 12' tree in second growth and with Rhizophora

NY
Eugenia foetida Pers.
722170D. S. Correll   456181975-07-10
Bahamas, Bimini, In coppice near center of Cat Cay


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