Dataset: US-Botany
Taxa: Prasiolaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
162196.2282F. R. Fosberg   280271947-06-25
Peru, Cajamarca, Baños del Inca, Cajamarca, -7.1667 -78.5167

US:Botany
Schizogonium murale
62753.22441P. C. Standley   610121938-12-26
Guatemala, Chimaltenango Department, Cerro de Tecpam, Santa Elena area

US:Botany
Schizogonium murale
153416.2284J. A. Steyermark, F. Delascio C., G. C. K. Dunsterville & E. Dunsterville   1037151970-08-11
Venezuela, Lara State, District iribarren, fila de las goteras

US:Botany
Prasiola crispa
54192.22733E. P. Killip & A. C. Smith   173931927-01-16
Colombia, Santander Department, Vetas area

US:Botany
Prasiola mexicana var. quitensis Lagerheim in Wittr. & Nordst.
83185.20866G. Lagerheim   1061A1891-08-00
Ecuador, Cotopaxi Province, Cotopaxi, Tiopullo

US:Botany
Prasiola mexicana var. quitensis Lagerheim in Wittr. & Nordst.
56879.21068G. Lagerheim   10621892-05-00
Ecuador, Pichincha Province, Panoptico, near Quito.


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