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Total specimen records retrieved: 13 Sorted on: Family(alphabetical, modern circumscription)/species

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Accession # Family (modern) File Name Collector and # Country: State/Prov
FLAS 2227 Malvaceae  Bombax    Erdman West   USA: Florida: Monroe* County 
FLAS 123431 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   Robert Whitty   USA: Florida: Martin County [cult.] 
FLAS 184033 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   Walter S. Judd 5937  USA: Florida: Miami-Dade County [cult.] 
FLAS 184570 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   R.A. & E.S. Howard 20810  USA: Florida: Miami-Dade County [cult.] 
FLAS 12799 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   H.H. Hume & D. Fairchild   USA: Florida: Miami-Dade* County [cult.] 
FLAS 201693 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   Joel E. Smith   USA: Florida: Pinellas County [cult.] 
FLAS 202094 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   Joel E. Smith   USA: Florida: Pinellas County [cult.] 
FLAS 202095 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   Joel E. Smith   USA: Florida: Pinellas County [cult.] 
FLAS 202096 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   Joel E. Smith   USA: Florida: Pinellas County [cult.] 
FLAS 29547 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   Mrs. Agnes Hoyt   USA: Florida: Pinellas County [cult.] 
FLAS 39954 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   L.E. Arnold   USA: Florida: Sarasota County [cult.] 
FLAS 207703 Malvaceae  Bombax ceiba   J. Richard Abbott 13340  USA: Florida: Sarasota County [cult.] 
FLAS 184258 Malvaceae  Bombax emarginatum   J. Dan Skean, Jr. 1308  Haiti: du Sud 

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