Dataset: SEINet-Plants
Taxa: Leucothoe
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-ILLS:Plants
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer
Loy R. Phillippe, Paul B. Marcum, Michael J.C. Murphy, & Jim Payne   2006-00-00
United States, Tennessee, Sevier

SEINet-ILLS:Plants
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer
Loy R. Phillippe & Grant Cunningham   2010-00-00
United States, Tennessee, Sevier

SEINet-DBG:Plants-KHD
Leucothoe editorum Fernald & B.G. Schub.
KHD00004265James D. Montgomery   1963-08-05
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, Great Smoky Mountains Nat. Park, 35.677188 -83.46702

SEINet-DBG:Plants-KHD
Leucothoe fontanesiana (Steud.) Sleumer
KHD00004279James D. Montgomery   90089A1964-06-10
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, Great Smoky Mountains Nat. Park, 35.677188 -83.46702, 1219m

SEINet-CM:Plants
Leucothoe axillaris (Lam.) D. Don
CM167465Bright, J.   s.n.1923-05-28
United States, Tennessee, Sevier, Elkmont, 35.653703 -83.580444


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