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

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


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HAW-B-0000001W.J. Hoe   2810.01973-06-18
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oahu. S Koolau Mountains: Honolulu District & F.R, Waahila Ridge., 610m

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HAW-B-0000002   7739

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HAW-B-0000003   7633

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HAW-B-0000004   7660

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HAW-B-0000005   7664

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HAW_B_0000009   7911

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Acroporium fuscoflavum Brotherus, 1925
HAW_B_0000016Mashuri Waite   070311-062007-03-11
USA, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oʻahu, Ka'au Crater rim, Palolo Valley.. Specimen used for DNA isloation in the Presting lab in 2007.

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HAW_B_0000017W.J. Hoe   3943.01975-08-10
USA, Hawaii, Oahu, S Koolau Mountains: Honolulu District and Watershed Forest Reserve, gully on E slope of Waahila Ridge behind Pukele Park., 213m

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HAW_B_0000018Ken Nagata   s.n.1973-03-26
USA, Hawaii, Molokai, Wailau Valley. Along valley floor, about 1/2 way between ocean and pali., 122m

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Acroporium fusco-flavum var. fusco-flavum (Par.) Broth
HAW_B_0000019Ken Nagata   s.n.1973-10-07
United States, Hawaii, Oahu, Central Koolau Mountains: Waikane Valley, Waiahole Ditch trail above Waikane Camp, 366m

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Acroporium fusco-flavum var. fusco-flavum
HAW_B_0000020Nagata, K.M.   s.n.1973-10-22
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oʻahu, South Koʻolau Mans: Summit ridge between Lanipo and Wiliwilinui., 762m

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HAW_B_0000021Ruth D. Svihla   64081959-02-25
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii National Park, forest back of museum, ohia trees, 914m

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HAW_B_0000022Derral Herbst   39231973-10-20
United States, Hawaii, Lanai, 6.1 mi from Keomuku Highway and Munro Trail junction, 945m

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Acroporium fusco-flavum var. fusco-flavum (Par.) Broth
HAW_B_0000023Herbst, D.R.   39401973-10-24
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Lanai, 5.9 mi from Keomuku Highway and Munro Trail junction, near Puu Aalii, 853m

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HAW_B_0000024Carolyn Corn.   s.n.1974-05-28
United States, Hawaii, Saddle Road, 975m


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