Dataset: NYBG-Pacific
Taxa: Vitaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG-NY:Pacific
Leea indica (Burm.f.) Merr.
190046C. R. Annable   33331997-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden, 45-680 Luluku Rd, Kahua Kuou area, 21.38 -157.8

NYBG:Pacific
Leea indica (Burm.f.) Merr.
03487146L. Ramon   1772014-10-09
Vanuatu, Santo/Malo, Santo, Soulemaori.

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
206836D. H. Lorence   96452008-01-16
Palau, Babelthuap (Babeldaob) Island, Airai State, Along main road SE of Ngerusar, Kitalong residence, 7.35817 134.5095, 15 - 15m

NYBG:Pacific
03698691G. M. Plunkett   31632015-03-11
Vanuatu, Tafea, Tanna Island, Southeast Tanna, Iarofi/Kounarevan area (between Iatukwei and Imaki), on Coast Road., -19.59083 169.46661, 25 - 25m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
201781C. R. Annable   39141999-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui. West Maui, Honokohau Valley, 20.9983 -156.604, 60 - 60m

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
Cayratia tenuifolia (Thunb.) Gagnep.
206894D. H. Lorence   97022008-01-26
Palau, Pelelieu, Orange Beach, 6.98833 134.221, 2 - 2m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
201389C. R. Annable   35731997-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Waimea Arboretum & Botanical Garden, 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Heliconia section, 21.6363 -158.045

NYBG-NY:Pacific
88302G. J. Ray   151997-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Lower Tantalus, 1519 One'ele Pl (Private land holding), 21.3078 -157.831, 30 - 30m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
190822C. R. Annable   37821998-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, 47-532 Pulama Rd (Private land holding), 21.4636 -157.853, 30 - 30m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
191984M. J. Balick   3891b1998-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Kauai, National Tropical Botanical Garden, beside bridge to west of Stillwater Dam, 22.05 -159.5

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
415187F. R. R. Schlechter   16048
Papua New Guinea, Kaiser-Wilhelmsland: Strandstald bei BrilĂș


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