Dataset: WTU
Search Criteria: Belize; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Washington Herbarium, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture


WTU:Vascular
23336JWTPercy H. Gentle   27621939-04-28
Belize, Stann Creek District: Middlesex, 17.039306 -88.523089

WTU:Vascular
Hemitelia multiflora (Sm.) Spreng.
3370JWTH. H. Bartlett   11710 B21931-02-23
Belize, British Honduras El Cayo District. Mountain Pine Ridge., 16.956938 -88.979678

WTU:Vascular
3401JWTH. H. Bartlett   117261931-02-24
Belize, Jungle at edge of Mountain Pine Ridge., 16.95385 -88.9881

WTU:Vascular
252JWTMercedes Chanek   431933-00-00
Belize, Cayo, El Cayo and vicinity., 16.967487 -88.93158

WTU:Vascular
Odontosoria schlechtendalii (C. Presl) C. Chr.
13660JWTH. H. Bartlett   117571931-02-25
Belize, Brit. Honduras: El Cayo District., 16.833333 -88.916667

WTU:Vascular
13663JWTPercy H. Gentle   14721935-01-14
Belize, Woods Bank, Sibun River., 17.425653 -88.261563

WTU:Vascular
Tectaria martinicensis (Spreng.) Copel.
13774JWTPercy H. Gentle   15421935-03-18
Belize, Gracie Rock, Sibun River.


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