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

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


HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2007-03-17
United States, Hawaii, Kauai, Anahola Beach Park (Site #1), 22.149444 -159.3025

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2007-03-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, near Lopa (west end of Lanai, Site #2)

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2008-03-23
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Kanalukaha Beach, 21.093889 -157.273333

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2005-03-06
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Kaaawa Beach Park, 21.552497 -157.848656

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2006-12-29
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Rock bench at Portlock, Hawaii Kai, 21.278611 -157.710833

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   1984-03-11
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Punaluu, 19.135918 -155.504764

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2012-01-21
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Kualoa Beach Park, 21.511005 -157.836614

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   1988-06-25
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Kailua Beach, 21.402222 -157.739444

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2009-02-07
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Kailua Beach, 21.402222 -157.739444

HAW-UHM:ARS HADB
Euptilocladia magruderi I.A.Abbott & R.E.Norris
not reported   2007-04-17
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Kewalo Basin Beach Park, 21.291973 -157.858733


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