Dataset: Harvard
Search Criteria: Guatemala; Quetzaltenango; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria

Pseudodimerodontium bolivianum (C. Müller) Brotherus (C. Müller) Brotherus
barcode-00258774A. J. Sharp   23041945-01-28
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Cerro de Jasminas, 8400 ft., 2560m

barcode-00284449A. J. Sharp   19931945-01-21
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, above Quetzaltenango, 8700 ft, 2652m

barcode-00284454A. J. Sharp   23281945-01-28
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Cerro de Jasminas, near San Juan. 8500 ft, 2590m

Pseudognaphalium semiamplexicaule (de Candolle) Anderberg (de Candolle) Anderberg
barcode-00282440A. F. Skutch   20491934-12-31
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Colomba, 2900 ft, 883m

Brachythecium plumosum (Hedw.) Schimp.
barcode-00284479A. J. Sharp   21071945-01-24
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, above Chiquical. 7600 ft., 2316m

Brachythecium ruderale (Brid.) W.R. Buck
barcode-00284491A. J. Sharp   19691945-01-21
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, above Quetzaltenango. 8500 ft., 2591m

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