Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Trichomanes
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 1, records 1-100 of 6578

Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0006823J. M. Silva; C.B. Poliquesi   13661994-08-17
Brazil, Parana, Rio Itarare (mun. Guaratuba) Parana, -25.9 -48.5667

ASU
ASU0059049E. F. Costa; O. S. Ribas, J. Cordeiro, E. Barbosa   51592003-02-27
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Morro Monte Crista (Mun. Garuva)., -26.092019 -48.885254

ASU
ASU0006824Tom Lutz   s.n.1973-04-22
Colombia, Amazonas, Leticia., -4.2054 -69.9328

ASU
ASU0083505H.A. Keller; E.R. Krauczuk & C.R. Rios   113672013-05-21
Argentina, Corrientes, Itzuaingo, Puerto Valle, -27.589583 -56.526167, 82m

ASU
ASU0006807F. Ventura A.;   182721981-03-12
Mexico, Veracruz, Cochota, Mpio. de Atzalan, 19.8 -97.216667, 300m

ASU
Trichomanes krausii Hook. & Grev.
ASU0006812C. G. Pringle;   108091908-06-27
Mexico, Veracruz, On trunks of trees, in dark forest, Pacho Woods, near Jalapa., 19.533333 -96.916667, 1219m

ASU
ASU0006813F. Ventura A.;   110771975-03-15
Mexico, Veracruz, Mpio. de Totutla. Mata Obscura., 19.217658 -96.859147, 950m

ASU
ASU0006827J. Cordeiro; J.M. Silva & F.J. Zelma   891985-08-14
Brazil, Parana, Rio Capivari (mun. Campina Grande do Sul) Parana, -25.3 -49.0833

ASU
ASU0006828J. M. Silva; C.B. Poliquesi   13951994-09-01
Brazil, Parana, Estrada para o Parque das Lauraceas, Rio Capivari (mun. Bocaiuva do Sul) Parana, -25.1833 -49.1333

ASU
ASU0006815C. G. Pringle;   46771894-05-31
Mexico, Oaxaca, wet ledges, mountains above Oaxaca., 17.08509 -96.74818

ASU
ASU0006816Rzedowski   326751975-01-18
Mexico, Hidalgo, 4 km al NE de Tlanchinol, sobre la carretera a Huejutla., 20.983333 -98.65, 1550m

ASU
ASU0006817Rzedowski;   286911971-09-25
Mexico, Hidalgo, Mexico, Hidalgo 5 km al N de Tlanchinol, sobre la carretera a Huejutla, 20.983333 -98.65, 1550m

ASU
ASU0006826G. Hatschbach; R. Kummrow, J. M. Silva   591151993-03-31
Brazil, Parana, Guartela, Canyon Rio Iapo (mun. Tibagi) Parana, -24.5 -50.4, 850m

ASU
ASU0006825R. Vanni; S. Ferrucci & G. Lopez   30061991-12-19
Argentina, Misiones, Dep. Iguazu. Parque Nacional Iguazu., -25.5 -53.8

Charles Darwin Research Station Herbarium


CDS:Plantae
1126Wiggins, I.L.   187871964-02-20
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Between Horneman's Ranch and Fern-Sedge Zone, along trail to Mt. Crocker., 340m

CDS:Plantae
11952Gardener, M.R.   s.n.2000-01-17
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Pinta; In forest on ferns edge. Transecto permanente (PT14)., 0.586944 -90.750611, 650m

CDS:Plantae
14633Escandón, J.L.   01832002-10-28
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; El Carmen. Finca de Rolf Silver., -0.663047 -90.375011

CDS:Plantae
15397Tye, A.   6272004-02-09
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Pinta; Adsersen quadrat 13., 0.583166 -90.753305

CDS:Plantae
1598Gradstein, S.R.   761976-04-16
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Between El Puntudo and Mt. Crocker. 650-800 msnm., 725m

CDS:Plantae
17337Pozo, P.   1881Pz2005-11-08
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Finca de Anne Guézou, antiguamente perteneciente a la Flia. Carvajal. Vía al Camote. Bosque de Zanthoxilum fagara y Psidium guajava.

CDS:Plantae
3580Adsersen, H.   7701974-08-22
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla San Cristóbal; Canyon 2 km NE of El Junco., 400m

CDS:Plantae
3581Adsersen, H.   1501974-04-18
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Scalesia forest near El Puntudo., 700m

CDS:Plantae
3582Adsersen, H.   23771977-07-31
Ecuador, Galápagos, Volcán Sierra Negra, Isabela; Santo Tomas., 350m

CDS:Plantae
860Weber, D.   s.n.1966-10-09
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Above Bellavista., 356m

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V. Quipuscoa S. et al.   23472000-09-03
Peru, San Martín, Huallaga, Dist. Saposoa; al S de Anazco Pueblo, - 2000m

F:Botany
V. Quipuscoa S. et al.   24372000-09-04
Peru, San Martín, Huallaga, Dist. Saposoa; entre Anazco Pueblo y Lejia, - 1800m

F:Botany
V. Quipuscoa S. et al.   22732000-08-22
Peru, San Martín, Huallaga, Dist. Saposoa; al Wde Luz del Oriente, -6.75 -77.28, 1100m

F:Botany
V. Quipuscoa S. et al.   23102000-08-31
Peru, San Martín, Huallaga, Dist. Saposoa; entre Angola Alta y Descansos del Pastor, 1800 - 2000m

F:Botany
C0651195FA. C. Brade   164731940-07-24
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Serra dos Orgaos, Picada Rancho Frio, -22.400927 -42.8289, 1300m

F:Botany
M. A. Ríos Paredes et al. et al.   2014-10-10
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #1 (Wiswincho) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #27., -5.81 -73.86555556, 100 - 130m

F:Botany
N. Dávila et al.   2009-10-24
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #2 (Piedras) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #22., -2.79275 -72.91747222, 135 - 185m

F:Botany
M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.   2003-08-20
Peru, Loreto, Mariscal Ramón Castilla Province. Upper reaches of the Apayacu River, approximately 35 km north of the confluence of the Napo and Amazon rivers. Campsite #3 (Apayacu) on Rapid Biological Inventory #12., -3.11666667 -72.7125, 120 - 150m

F:Botany
N. Dávila et al.   2006-08-20
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #1 (Alto Mazán) on Rapid Biological Inventory #18., -2.58611111 -74.4925, 120 - 170m

F:Botany
N. Dávila et al.   2006-08-26
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #3 (Panguana) on Rapid Biological Inventory #18., -2.13694444 -75.14944444, 160 - 270m

F:Botany
W. A. Palacios   2007-10-05
Ecuador, Sucumbíos, Campsite #1 (Garzacocha) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #20., -0.48161111 -75.34419444, 190 - 212m

F:Botany
N. Dávila et al.   2006-08-21
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #2 (Alto Nanay) on Rapid Biological Inventory #18., -2.80638889 -74.82527778, 140 - 210m

F:Botany
N. Dávila et al.   2006-08-22
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #2 (Alto Nanay) on Rapid Biological Inventory #18., -2.80638889 -74.82527778, 140 - 210m

F:Botany
N. Dávila et al.   2006-08-23
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #2 (Alto Nanay) on Rapid Biological Inventory #18., -2.80638889 -74.82527778, 140 - 210m

F:Botany
N. Dávila et al.   2006-08-21
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #2 (Alto Nanay) on Rapid Biological Inventory #18., -2.80638889 -74.82527778, 140 - 210m

F:Botany
C0651228F   
Bolivia, Santa Cruz

F:Botany
C0651244F   
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul

F:Botany
C0651240F   
Brazil, Santa Catarina

F:Botany
C0651237F   
Brazil, Santa Catarina

F:Botany
C0651242F   
Brazil

F:Botany
C0651241F   
Colombia

F:Botany
C0651245F   
Colombia

F:Botany
C0640131F   
Ecuador

F:Botany
C0651243F   
Ecuador

F:Botany
C0651239F   
Suriname, 4.1006 -55.625

F:Botany
C0650731FV. Quipuscoa S. & S. Leiva G.   23102000-08-31
Peru, San Martín

F:Botany
C0651248F   
Venezuela, Amazonas

F:Botany
C0651249F   
Venezuela, Lara, 10.1667 -69.8333

F:Botany
C0385643FH. Beltrán S.   53842003-03-28
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #1 (Quebrada Curacinha) on Rapid Biological Inventory #11., -5.051389 -72.728333, 95 - 190m

F:Botany
C0385644FN. Dávila et al.   2009-10-24
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #2 (Piedras) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #22., -2.79275 -72.91747222, 135 - 185m

F:Botany
C0385645FW. A. Palacios   2007-10-14
Ecuador, Sucumbíos, Campsite #3 (Güeppicillo) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #20., -0.17730556 -75.67591667, 220 - 276m

F:Botany
C0385648FN. Salinas R.   2004-04-25
Peru, Cusco, Convención Province, Echarate District. Bamboo-rich forests in the valley of the Ticumpinía River. Campsite #1 (Kapiromashi) on Rapid Biological Inventory #15., -12.16216667 -72.57438889, 650 - 1200m

F:Botany
C0385649FN. Salinas R.   2004-05-02
Peru, Cusco, Convención Province, Echarate District. Forests on the highest tableland between two tributaries of the Ticumpinía River. Campsite #2 (Katarompanaki) on Rapid Biological Inventory #15., -12.18716667 -72.47052778, 1300 - 2000m

F:Botany
C0385650FN. Salinas R.   2004-05-09
Peru, Cusco, Convención Province, Echarate District. Headwaters of the Timpía and Manu rivers, just outside the border of Manu National Park. Campsite #3 (Tinkanari) on Rapid Biological Inventory #15., -12.25844444 -72.09477778, 2100 - 2350m

F:Botany
C0385646FR. Aguinda   16612001-08-12
Ecuador, Sucumbios, Eastern slopes of the Andes, in the Río Cofanes watershed, on the eastern face of Cerro Shishicho. Ridgeline trail above campsite #7 (Shishicho) on Rapid Biological Inventory #3., 0.2003 -77.5317, 1400 - 1500m

F:Botany
C0385647FR. Aguinda   12432001-08-02
Ecuador, Sucumbios, Eastern slopes of the Andes, ca. 10 km south of the Ecuador-Colombia border, ridgeline southeast of Sur Pax. Vicinity of campsite #3 (Bermejo Bear Ridge) on Rapid Biological Inventory #3., 0.3217 -77.4194, 1700 - 1920m

F:Botany
I. Huamantupa   2011-08-18
Peru, Loreto, Datem del Marañón Province, Manseriche District. Upper eastern slopes of the Kampankis range. Near Campsite #4 (Quebrada Wee) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #24., -4.197425 -77.573736, 1426 - 1426m

F:Botany
C0650192FH. van der Werff et al.   101931988-08-18
Peru, Loreto, Maynas

F:Botany
C0650194FD. N. Smith   37471983-04-13
Peru, Pasco, Oxapampa

F:Botany
C0650191F   189241974-07-04
Peru, Loreto, Maynas

F:Botany
V. Quipuscoa S. & et al.   8621996-08-28
Peru, San Martín, Tarapoto, Fundo de Biodiversidad de la Universidad Nacional de Tarapoto km 20, -6.47 -76.28, 850 - 900m

F:Botany
C0650203F   1914-04-00
Brazil, Pará

F:Botany
C0650199F   15551922-06-17
Guyana, Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo, 3 -59

F:Botany
C0650200F   481922-11-07
Guyana

F:Botany
C0650201F   3351922-12-08
Guyana

F:Botany
C0650202F   3341922-12-08
Guyana

F:Botany
C0650196FLl. Williams   132341940-06-01
Venezuela, Amazonas

F:Botany
C0650189FJ. A. Steyermark   580171944-08-26
Venezuela, Amazonas

F:Botany
C0650193FT. Plowman & R. E. Schultes   66331977-04-05
Peru, Loreto, Maynas

F:Botany
C0650819FT. Plowman et al.   98661980-03-21
Brazil, Pará

F:Botany
C0650204FJ. R. Johnston   1451903-07-29
Venezuela

F:Botany
C0650240FB. A. Krukoff   103631939-07-01
Bolivia, La Paz, Sud Yungas

F:Botany
C0650234FC. Schunke   2251924-00-00
Peru, Junín, Chanchamayo

F:Botany
S. Llatas Quiroz   27461990-07-15
Peru, Cajamarca, Cutervo, San Andres, 2200m

F:Botany
C0650210FM. C. Vaughan Bandeira   251841925-02-03
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro

F:Botany
C0650235FW. M. A. Brooke   57291950-09-30
Bolivia, Beni

F:Botany
C0650220FG. Hatschbach   161121967-09-11
Brazil, Paraná

F:Botany
C0650217FJ. Annies   132 a1905-00-00
Brazil, Paraná

F:Botany
C0650225FY. Mexía   75541935-07-30
Colombia, Nariño, 1.5 -78

F:Botany
C0650221FL. B. Smith & A. C. Brade   21871929-03-31
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, -22.8833 -43.2833

F:Botany
C0650239FO. Buchtien   1907-12-00
Bolivia

F:Botany
C0650236FO. Buchtien   151909-06-00
Bolivia

F:Botany
C0650212FP. Dusén   66631908-08-29
Brazil

F:Botany
C0650230F   
Peru, Cuzco

F:Botany
C0650231FE. P. Killip   224061920-05-05
Peru, Ayacucho, -14 -74

F:Botany
C0650233FE. P. Killip   244921929-06-07
Peru, Junín

F:Botany
C0650232F   27461990-07-15
Peru, Cajamarca, Cutervo, -6.3667 -78.85

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0650257FH. E. Stork & O. B. Horton   95181938-10-28
Peru, Huánuco, Leoncio Prado

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0650251FF. Ayala & J. Torres   27861980-10-28
Peru, Loreto, Maynas

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0650248FR. B. Foster   37931977-09-21
Ecuador, Napo

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0676118FF. Ayala   31981982-01-16
Peru, Loreto, Maynas

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
N. Dávila et al.   2009-10-24
Peru, Loreto, Campsite #2 (Piedras) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #22., -2.79275 -72.91747222, 135 - 185m

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0650266FO. L. Haught   54681947-01-23
Colombia, Chocó, 6 -77

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0650260FE. P. Killip & H. Garcia   334141939-02-27
Colombia, Valle del Cauca

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0650269FJ. Cuatrecasas   210141946-05-15
Colombia, Valle del Cauca

F:Botany
Trichomanes ankersii C. Parker ex Hook. & Grev.
C0650270FJ. Cuatrecasas   210211946-05-15
Colombia, Valle del Cauca


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