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

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New York Botanical Garden


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Eugenia foetida Pers.
722173D. S. Correll   429891974-08-18
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, In coppice, Freeport harbour area.

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Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722291D. S. Correll   429401974-08-17
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, In coppice-hammock, Fortune Hills, east of Freeport

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Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722296D. S. Correll   407111973-11-09
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, Churchill Beach area, east of Lucaya

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Eugenia foetida Pers.
722155D. S. Correll   407031973-11-09
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, Churchill Beach area, east of Lucaya

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Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd. (Sw.) Willd.
722261N. L. Britton   24591905-02-05
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, Eight Mile Rocks, pinelands

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Eugenia confusa DC. DC.
722199N. L. Britton   24391905-02-05
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, Scrublands, Eight Mile Rocks

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Callistemon viminalis (Sol. ex Gaertn.) Cheel
722120D. S. Correll   513341980-05-11
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, Along Queen's Highway, between Freetown and Grand Lucayan Waterway.

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Calyptranthes pallens Griseb.
722221D. S. Correll   429241974-08-17
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, In hammock in pineland bordering Sandcombe Road, Freeport

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Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722290D. S. Correll   429841974-08-18
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, In coppice, Freeport harbour area

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Eugenia confusa DC.
722204L. J. K. Brace   36711905-04-16
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, Eight Mile Rocks., 26.53 -78.78

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Eugenia confusa DC.
722205L. J. K. Brace   35171905-04-16
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, West End

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Eugenia confusa DC.
722206L. J. K. Brace   36091905-04-16
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, West End

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Eugenia confusa DC.
722207L. J. K. Brace   35581905-04-16
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, West End

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Mosiera longipes (O.Berg) Small (O.Berg) Small
1437073N. L. Britton   27381905-02-13
Bahamas, Grand Bahama, Golden Grove., 26.607767 -78.358647


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