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Damburneya coriacea (Swartz) Trofimov & Rohwer. Lancewood. Phen: Mar-Jun. Hab: Hammocks, shell mounds, coastal berms. Dist: S. and c. peninsular FL (Volusia County on the east side of the peninsula, and Collier County on the west side); widespread in the West Indies; e. and se. Mexico (especially Yucatán); Central America (Caribbean coasts of Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras).

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Synonymy: = K4, Trofimov, Rudolph, & Rohwer (2016); = Nectandra coriacea – Bah, Cuba, FNA3, K3, S; = Ocotea catesbyana (Michx.) Sarg. – S13; = Ocotea coriacea (Sw.) Britton – Fl2, WH3

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