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

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
Myrcianthes fragrans (Sw.) McVaugh
722330G. V. Nash   9511904-10-12
Bahamas, Inagua, Salt Pond Hill

NY
Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722266G. V. Nash   11501904-10-18
Bahamas, Inagua, Sheep Key

NY
Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722267G. V. Nash   10151904-10-13
Bahamas, Inagua, Matthew Town

NY
Mosiera longipes (O.Berg) Small
1437079G. V. Nash   12811904-10-22
Bahamas, Inagua, Miner's Tent to Balsam

NY
Mosiera longipes (O.Berg) Small
1437080D. S. Correll   458551975-08-01
Bahamas, Inagua, Great Inagua: coppice, Northwest Point

NY
Eugenia rhombea (O.Berg) Krug & Urb.
722131G. V. Nash   14291904-11-04
Bahamas, Inagua, South Mathew Town to North Savanna L

NY
Eugenia rhombea (O.Berg) Krug & Urb.
722130G. V. Nash   9481904-10-12
Bahamas, Inagua, Salt Pond Hill

NY
Eugenia rhombea (O.Berg) Krug & Urb.
722132G. V. Nash   8861904-10-10
Bahamas, Inagua, Scrub, Matthew Town


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