Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Blechnum valdiviense, Blechnum valdiviense var. contigua
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
C0644628FH. L. Gunckel   971929-12-00
Chile, Los Ríos, Valdivia

F:Botany
C0644629FJ. Fernandez   
Chile, Los Ríos, Valdivia

F:Botany
C0644625FH. L. Gunckel   1930-00-00
Chile, Los Ríos, Valdivia

F:Botany
C0644623FBelue   1919-01-15
Chile

F:Botany
C0644626FO. Buchtien   s.n. (12)
Chile

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
969703Stuebel   
Ecuador, Tungurahua

MO:Tropicos
3291378Michael F. Doyle & Willie Gonzalez   s.n.1986-01-26
Chile, Isla MasaFuera: Upper Q Sandalo, among rocks adjacent to dry stream bed., 345m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1004794Gunckel LH   1936-03-29
Chile, Plantas Chilenas. Prov. Valdivia. Corral: Quitaluto.

NL:Botany
U.1004793Andreas CH   1937-11-22
Chile, Flora Chilensis. Hab. Corral.

NL:Botany
U.1004792Andreas CH   1937-11-22
Chile, Flora Chilensis. Hab. Corral.

NL:Botany
U.1004791Andreas CH   1937-12-31
Chile, Flora Chilensis. Hab. Peulla.

NL:Botany
U.1004789Gunckel LH   1934-12-08
Chile, Plantas Chilenas. Prov. Valdivia: borral (La Agua. da).

NL:Botany
L.3520182Andreas CH   1937-11-22
Chile, Flora Chilensis. Hab. Corral.

NL:Botany
L.3520181Andreas CH   1937-11-22
Chile, Flora Chilensis. Hab. Corral.

NL:Botany
L.3520180Andreas CH   1937-11-22
Chile, Flora Chilensis. Hab. Corral.

NL:Botany
L.3520179Andreas CH   1937-12-31
Chile, Flora Chilensis. Hab. Peulla.

NL:Botany
L.3520178Buchtien O   1898-07-08
Chile, Valdivia: Ufergebüsch des Calle-Calle.


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