Dataset: Harvard
Taxa: Blechnaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:A
barcode-00249997J. A. Shafer   36501914-07-00
Sierra de Naguabo

Harvard:A
Blechnum fragile C.V. Morton & Lellinger
barcode-00249994J. A. Shafer   1914-07-00
Sierra de Naguabo

Harvard:A
barcode-00249998J. A. Shafer   36301914-08-10
Rio Prieta, Sierra de Naguabo

Harvard:A
barcode-00249999J. A. Shafer   36231914-08-10
Rio Prieta, Sierra de Naguabo

Harvard:A
barcode-00251001J. A. Shafer   3595
Sierra de Naguabo

Harvard:A
barcode-00036583G. Looser   13001930-03-20
Chile, Valdivia, Corral

Harvard:GH
Doodia paschalis C. Christensen
barcode-01105906C. J. F. Skottsberg & I. Skottsberg   6551917-06-16
Chile, Isla de Pascua [Easter Island]: Slopes of Katiki, 275m

Harvard:GH
Blechnum insularum Morton & Lellinger
barcode-00020658C. V. Morton   58221947-05-14
St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Vincent, Cumberland Mountain

Harvard:A
Blechnum insularum Morton & Lellinger
barcode-00249993J. A. Shafer   35811914-08-06
Quebrada Grande, Sierra de Naguabo

Harvard:A
Blechnum insularum Morton & Lellinger
barcode-00249995J. A. Shafer   35811914-08-06
Quebrada Grande, Sierra de Naguabo

Harvard:GH
Stenochlaena kunzeana C. Presl ex Underw.
barcode-00057704C. Wright   9731859-08-10
Cuba, prope villam Monte Verde dictam, Cuba Orientali

Harvard:GH
barcode-00020659C. J├╝rgens   2621906-00-00
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Rio Pardo, Serra do Acre

Harvard:GH
barcode-01154853Y. E. J. Mexia   42371930-01-27
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Carangola, Trail Areponga to Fazenda de Grama, 970m


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