Dataset: WTU
Taxa: Oleandraceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


WTU:Vascular
Oleandra articulata (Sw.) C.Presl
23371JWTE. W. Roper   s.n.1895-00-00
Jamaica, Port Antonio, Jamaica., 18.179982 -76.461208

WTU:Vascular
Oleandra articulata (Sw.) C.Presl
93946H.L. Blomquist   125541942-02-01
U.S.A., Puerto Rico, El Verde, Luquillo Mts., 18.345731 -65.73921

WTU:Vascular
Oleandra articulata (Sw.) C.Presl
279289H. S. Irwin, G.T. Prance, T.R. Soderstrom, Noel Holmgren   548721963-08-18
Suriname, Sipaliwini, Upper slopes and summit of Juliana Top, 14 kilometers north of Lucie Rivier., 1000 - 1230m

WTU:Vascular
Oleandra articulata (Sw.) C.Presl
169JWTWilliam R. Maxon   89461926-06-07
Jamaica, Mountain trail between House Hill and Cuna Cuna Gap, St. Thomas., 550 - 725m

WTU:Vascular
Oleandra nodosa (Willd.) C.Presl
124699unknown   s.n.1902-03-12
Jamaica, Portland, Ythanside Buff Bay., 18.234176 -76.663028

WTU:Vascular
252950E. F. Anderson   26131969-07-13
Malaysia, Pahang, Cameron Highlands. On the trail to the summit of Gombank Seremban., 4.483333 101.383333, 1500m

WTU:Vascular
242763E. F. Anderson   25671969-06-28
Malaysia, Selangor, Fraser's Hill. Along Pine Tree Hill trail. Selangor River drainage., 3.7109 101.6974, 1160m

WTU:Vascular
Oleandra colubrina (Blanco) Copel.
10135JWTE. B. Copeland   561907-11-00
Philippines, Laguna, Island Luzon. Mt. Maquiling., 14.136467 121.192636, 1100m

WTU:Vascular
10134JWTE. B. Copeland   571907-11-00
Philippines, Laguna, Island Luzon. Mt. Maguiling., 14.137242 121.191387, 900m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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