Dataset: HAW-
Taxa: Rutaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Joseph F. Rock Herbarium (Univ. of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)


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86Marissa L. Sperry   OHI0472008-11-22
United States, Hawaii, Kauai, Wailua Uka: 644 Kamulu Rd. 96746. Along fence line about 40 ft up driveway from propane tank., 75m

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HAW39485Isiah Smith   KKI-582008-12-06
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Honolulu.

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HAW39482Barton Hatch   BH162008-10-11
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, 3323 Hayden St. 96815. Front yard growing along other tangerines and bannard.

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HAW39481Tiffany L. Thair   TLT592008-11-23
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, 2126 Momi Way in cultivated garden., 21.29892 -157.8253, 25m

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Citrus maxima (Burm. f.) Merr.
HAW45444Art Whistler   59591987-02-04
Tonga, Eua, in the east central part of the island.

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Melicope retusa (A.Gray) T.G.Hartley
HAW45468Art Whistler   105571997-07-08
Tonga, 460m

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Micromelum minutum Wight & Arn.
HAW45427Whistler, W. A.   64181987-11-29
Tonga, Niuafoou

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Micromelum minutum Wight & Arn.
HAW45451Art Whistler   135502014-02-20
Tonga, Vavaʻu, near Ngofe

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Micromelum minutum Wight & Arn.
HAW45457Whistler, W. A.   62131987-11-18
Tonga, Tafahi

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Micromelum minutum (G. Forst.) Wight & Arn.
HAW45463Whistler, W. A.   61581987-11-13
Tonga, Niuatoputapu, northeast end of the island

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Micromelum minutum Wight & Arn.
HAW45469Art Whistler   67641989-06-01
Tonga, TONGATAPU, Growing in a cemetery at Umutangata at the northwest end of the island. "heilala"

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HAW45450Art Whistler   134542014-02-13
Tonga, Vavaʻu

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HAW45456Art Whistler   71811990-06-07
Tonga, ʻEua

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HAW45462Art Whistler   66921989-05-24
Tonga, Tongatapu, in plantation at Fatai village

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Zanthoxylum pinnatum (J. R. Forst. & G. Forst.) Druce
HAW45428Art Whistler   134552014-02-13
Tonga, Vavaʻu


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