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Herbarium Collections Catalog

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COLLECTIONS CATALOG

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Ilex (Aquifoliaceae, Englerian circumscription) - index of taxa
 Ilex [species indet.] 
 Ilex ambigua Carolina holly; sand holly
 Ilex ambigua var. ambigua Carolina holly; sand holly
 Ilex amelanchier sarvis holly
 Ilex anomala  
 Ilex arenicola American holly; dune holly
 Ilex x attenuata cv. East Palatka  
 Ilex x attenuata cv. Savannah Savannah holly
 Ilex baasiana  
 Ilex blancheana  
 Ilex cassine dahoon; dahoon holly
 Ilex cassine var. cassine  
 Ilex clementis  
 Ilex collina  
 Ilex coriacea large gall berry; sweet gall berry; big gall berry
 Ilex cornuta Chinese holly
 Ilex cornuta cv. Burfordii Chinese holly
 Ilex cornuta cv. Rotunda dwarf Chinese holly
 Ilex crenata Japanese holly; box-leaved holly
 Ilex crenata cv. Helleri  
 Ilex crenata cv. Sky Pencil Japanese holly; boxleaved holly
 Ilex decidua possum haw; winter berry
 Ilex fuertesiana  
 Ilex glabra gall berry
 Ilex krugiana Krug's holly
 Ilex latifolia  
 Ilex longipes Georgia holly
 Ilex macfadyenii  
 Ilex mucronata  
 Ilex myrtifolia myrtle-leaf holly; myrtle holly
 Ilex obcordata  
 Ilex opaca American holly
 Ilex opaca var. opaca American holly
 Ilex repanda  
 Ilex rotunda round-leaf holly; Kurogane holly; Lord's holly
 Ilex tuerckheimii  
 Ilex verticillata winter berry; black-elder
 Ilex vomitoria yaupon; yaupon holly

* cataloging indicators: (all*)=all FLAS specimens ; (Florida*)=all Florida specimens; (SE U.S*)=all SE U.S. specimens ; (U.S.*)=all U.S. specimens.
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