Dataset: USAC-USCG
Taxa: Woodsiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario de la Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala

Diplazium cristatum (Desr.) Alston
45319Leonardo Alvarado C.; Alberto Reyes, Daniel Gómez   11772004-01-26
Mexico, Chiapas, Arriaga, La Alianza, nuevo Centro de la Población, 16.383333 -93.970833, 480 - 480m

Diplazium diplazioides (Klotzsch & H. Karst.) Alston
34390J. Jiménez   9552008-06-19
Guatemala, Baja Verapaz, Purulhá, Biotopo Universitario para la Conservación del Quetzal., 15.209444 -90.221667, 1700 - 2200m

38663J. Jiménez; J. Jiménez, R. Rodas & M. Barillas.   23602012-10-11
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango, Laguna Seca, en Cerro Siete Orejas, 14.82222222 -91.58555, 3050 - 3215m

Woodsia mollis (Kaulf.) J. Sm.
39522J. Jiménez; J.J. Vega, A. Jump, F. Castillo, Federico Racancoj, Pedro Velásquez, Domingo Joj   JJ 25122013-01-21
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango, Cerro Candelaria, 14.79353 -91.53127, 2570m

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Google Map

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