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

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Isoetes killipii C. V. Morton
barcode-00021431E. P. Killip & F. C. Lehmann Valencia   385361944-05-26
Colombia, Cauca, Valley of Río Cocuy, western slopes of Páramo de Puracé, Central Cordillera, alt. 3200-3400 m

Harvard:GH
Isoetes panamensis Maxon & C.V. Morton
barcode-00021446R. E. Woodson, Jr., P. H. Allen & R. J. Seibert   16851938-08-07
Panama, Panama, Vicinity of Bejuco

Harvard:GH
Isoetes storkii T. C. Palmer
barcode-00021453H. E. Stork   23611938-06-05
Costa Rica, Alajuela, Poas Lake, Volcan Poas, alt. 8500 feet, 2590m

Harvard:GH
Isoetes cubana Engelmann ex Baker
barcode-00021417C. Wright   39121865-00-00
Cuba

Harvard:GH
barcode-00021427R. J. Hickey & W. H. Eshbaugh   8231980-03-27
Bolivia, Cochabamba, Ayopaya, 24 miles in from main road at Quilla-colla, right at fork at 22.6 miles, 4420 m, 4420m

Harvard:GH
barcode-00021426R. J. Hickey & W. H. Eshbaugh   8231980-03-27
Bolivia, Cochabamba, Ayopaya, 24 miles in from main road at Quilla-colla, right at fork at 22.6 miles, 4420 m, 4420m


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