Dataset: HAW-
Taxa: Dryopteridaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Joseph F. Rock Herbarium (Univ. of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)


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HAW02248P.J. Burton   5041979-03-26
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, Collected 1 km NE of first bend in Wright Rd., 1158m

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HAW02249G. Spatz   2271971-06-22
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, Upper Keauhou ranch, 1646m

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HAW02250LW Cuddihy   11671982-05-24
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Gully SE of Puu Kolekole, 56m

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Nothoperanema rubiginosa (Brack.) A.R. Sm. and D.D. Palmer
HAW03372LW Cuddihy   7271981-02-20
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, Keauhou Ranch-Kilauea Forest, Ka'u District, on south slope of Puu Kipu, 1890m

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Dryopteris varia (L.) Kuntze
HAW00366F.R. Fosberg   372771956-06-04
Japan, Inoda Yama, 1-1.5 km. 60 degree west of north of Inoda.

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Lastreopsis microsora (Endl.) Tindale
HAW00431Charles H. Lamoureux   36691966-04-18
New Zealand, North Auckland, Waitakere Ranges. West Coast Road. Paddock under Cupressus macrocarpa., -36.833333 174.5, 300m

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HAW00430Charles H. Lamoureux   35681966-03-08
New Zealand, Stewart Island. Between Ringa Ringa and Deep Bay., -46.916667 168.116667, 10m

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HAW02861Charles H. Lamoureux   34451966-02-16
New Zealand, South Island, Nelson, Nelson, Upper Maitai Valley., -41.3 72.383333, 320m

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Arachniodes aristata (G.Forst.) Tindale
HAW04328George W. Gillett   22281970-08-10
French Polynesia, Ridge above Hané, 480 - 650m

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HAW02590George W. Gillet   21481970-07-03
French Polynesia, Toovii valley, Ridge above the Tapuaooa shelter, 800 - 950m

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Lastreopsis hispida (Sw.) Tindale
HAW02862Charles H. Lamoureux   34801966-02-17
New Zealand, South Island, Tennyson Inlet, Tennyson Inlet, Marlborough Sounds., -41.083333 173.833333, 150m

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Lastreopsis hispida (Swartz) Tindale
HAW02863Charles H. Lamoureux   31111965-10-12
New Zealand, South Island, Westland, Westland, Waimea Creek, Buller Gorge., -41.75 71.166667

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Polystichum vestitum (Forst. F.) Presl
HAW03900Charles H. Lamoureux   31661965-10-25
New Zealand, Canterbury, Canterbury; Banks Peninsula, Summit Road above Akaroa., -43.833333 73, 400m

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Polystichum vestitum (Forst. F.) Presl
HAW03901Charles H. Lamoureux   31661965-10-25
New Zealand, Canterbury, Canterbury; Banks Peninsula, Summit Road above Akaroa., -43.833333 73, 400m

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HAW03902Charles H. Lamoureux   37621966-06-12
New Zealand, South Island, Hwy. 7, 3 miles S. of Lewis Pass, in Nothofagus forest., -42.416667 72.416667, 800m

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Tectaria decurrens (C. Presl) Copel.
HAW04215F.R. Fosberg   372621956-06-04
Japan, Okinawa, Ishigaki Shima, Ryukyu Islands, Ishigaki Shima, Inoda Yama, 1-1.5 km. 60 degrees west of north of Inoda., 100 - 150m

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Tectaria melanocaulon (Blume) Copel.
HAW04426Shelly J. Patterson   97-0051997-07-18
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Harold L. Lyon Arboretum

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Tectaria subtriphylla (Hook. & Arn.) Copel.
HAW04242F.R. Fosberg   373681956-06-07
Japan, Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands, Mountain ridge above Yoshihara Village, 200 - 300m

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Teratophyllum wilkesianum (Brack.) Holttum
HAW04243C.H. Lamoureux   38121966-07-25
New Caledonia, Cunningham House, Botanical Gardens, Hagley Park, Christchurch.

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HAW01273F.R. Fosberg   378011956-06-29
Japan, Ryukyu Islands, Ishigaki Shima, back of Hoshino, Tozato Distr., 50m

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Bolbitis subcordata (Copel.) Ching
HAW01274F.R. Fosberg   372961956-06-04
Japan, Okinawa, Ishigaki Shima, Ryukyu Islands, Ishigaki Shima, Inoda Yama, 1-1.5 km. 60 degrees west of north of Inoda., 150 - 175m

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Polystichum richardii (Hook.) J. Smith
HAW03898Charles H. Lamoureux   34441966-02-16
New Zealand, Nelson, Nelson; Upper Maitai Valley., -41.3 72.383333, 320m

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Polystichum richardii (Hook.) J. Sm.
HAW03899Charles H. Lamoureux   31581965-10-25
New Zealand, Canterbury; Duvauchelles, Akaroa Harbour., 5m


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