Dataset: NCU
Taxa: Pentaphylacaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium


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NCU00059752Mickel, John   s.n.1970-10-08
Mexico, Oaxaca, Rare tree in pine forest, vicinity of Llano Verde, east of Natividad, elev. ca. 6700 ft.

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NCU00059751Lelong, Michel G.   66401972-07-23
United States, Alabama, Mobile, Cultivated shrub at 159 Bit and Spur Terrace residence west Mobile.

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NCU00059755Sather, Dawson   73591985-06-25
Japan, Kochi, Japan Shikoku; Kochi Prefecture Ashzurimisaki cape... on coastal headland at Usubae.

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NCU00059756Sather, Dawson   73591985-06-25
Japan, Kochi, Japan Shikoku; Kochi Prefecture Ashzurimisaki cape... on coastal headland at Usubae.

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NCU00103461Prince, Linda   97-2521997-11-15
United States, North Carolina, Orange, ORANGE COUNTY. Chapel Hill. Cultivated by the Universtiy of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill, on campus grounds, southeast corner of VenableHall.

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NCU00103462Prince, Linda   s.n.1997-11-18
United States, North Carolina, Orange, ORANGE COUNTY. Chapel Hill. Cultivated by the Universtiy of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill, on campus grounds, northwest corner of Coker Hall.

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NCU00099607Prince, Linda   s.n.1998-09-26
Australia, New South Wales, NEW SOUTH WALES. Kulnura. Paradise Plants, Rmb 2117, Greta Road.

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NCU00146233Nelson, John   333992014-07-27
United States, South Carolina, Richland, PLANTS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, U.S.A. RICHLAND COUNTY. Dense shrubbery, been here for years; edge of yard at back fence; 3801 Duncan Street, Columbia. 33.9923d N -80.9879d W

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NCU00387670   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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NCU00059754Peet, Robert   s.n. and 8th Phyto. Excursion1991-03-12
Mexico, Tamaulipas, 1400 m West-facing mesophytic slope, Casa Piedras, Estation Candido

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Ternstroemia tepezapote Cham. & Schltdl.
NCU00059753Bernhardt, Peter   1977-04-14
El Salvador, Chalatenango, South bank of river Nunuapu, 100m

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NCU00103459Prince, Linda   s.n.1998-09-26
Australia, New South Wales, New South Wales. Kulnura. Paradise Plants, Rmb 2117, Greta Road. Gift of Bob Cherry.

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NCU00103458Prince, Linda   s.n.1998-09-26
Australia, New South Wales, New South Wales. Kulnura. Paradise Plants, Rmb 2117, Greta Road. Gift of Bob Cherry.

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NCU00419318   
United States, Alabama, Mobile

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NCU00059750Smith, Herbert Huntingdon   1754
COLOMBIA, Magdalena, Plants of Santa Marta, United States of Colombia

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NCU00103464Prince, Linda   97-2441997-06-05
United States, North Carolina, Orange, ORANGE COUNTY. Chapel Hill. Cultivated by the North Carolina Botanical Garden at the University of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill -- Coker Arboretum (#1985-0849), 35.913721 -79.048978

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NCU00419315   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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NCU00419316   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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NCU00419317   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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NCU00430911   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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NCU00103463Prince, Linda   97-2491997-06-05
United States, North Carolina, Orange, ORANGE COUNTY. Carrboro. Cultivated at home of Clifford Parks, 125 Carolina Forest Rd. Original collection number unknown.

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NCU00430910   
United States, North Carolina, Orange

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NCU00059757Momose, S.   s.n.1931-12-18
Japan, Kanagawa, Prov. Sagami, Enoshima

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NCU00091468Phloenchit, Unknown   10301955-12-21
THAILAND, Chiang Mai, FLORA OF THAILAND Locality: Northern; Chiengmai.

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Adinandra millettii (Hook. & Arn.) Benth. & Hook. fil. ex Hance
NCU00091467Yao, K.   9228, determined 1986.8.211985-08-26
China, Dagangshan, Fenyi city, Kiangsi in bush-wood

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Adinandra millettii (Hook. & Arn.) Benth. & Hook. fil. ex Hance
NCU00103460Wurdack, Ken   s.n.1999-05-02
United States, North Carolina, Wake, Location Cultivated at North Carolina State University Arboretum. NC State Arb s.n. Plot J05.

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Adinandra millettii (Hook. & Arn.) Benth. & Hook. fil. ex Hance
NCU00430912   
United States, North Carolina, Wake


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