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

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New York Botanical Garden


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Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722299D. S. Correll   421771974-08-18
Bahamas, South Bimini Island, In coppice near east end of airstrip, blacklands

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Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722247R. A. Howard   100581948-05-00
Bahamas, South Bimini Island, Coastal shrub to 8'; new growth very colorful

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Eugenia axillaris (Sw.) Willd.
722273W. R. Stimson   7681964-07-26
Bahamas, South Bimini Island, Northwestern part of island about ¼ mile or less from west coast and about 1 mile from north coast. Bush growing beside the well next to the dirt road running along the western side of the island.

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Eugenia foetida Pers.
722166D. S. Correll   422031974-04-19
Bahamas, South Bimini Island, In coppice at Fountain of Youth along road between ferry landing and airstrip

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Eugenia confusa DC.
722182D. S. Correll   441961975-01-18
Bahamas, South Bimini Island, In dense coppice on north side of airstrip


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