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

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


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Lygodium articulatum A. Rich.
HAW02998C.H. Lamoureux   37201966-04-21
New Zealand, North Island. North Aukland, Waipoua Kauri Forest, S. end of forest, -35.583333 173.5, 300m

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Lygodium articulatum A. Rich.
HAW02999Charles H. Lamoureux   36681966-04-18
New Zealand, North Auckland, Waitakere Ranges. On steep banks of Opanuku Stream., -36.833333 174.5, 100m

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Lygodium auriculatum (Willd.) Alston
HAW03000P. Moore   9831977-06-04
Guam, Savannah above Sella bay.

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Lygodium japonicum (Thunb.) Sw.
HAW03003W. Char   Char 92.0011992-02-15
United States, Hawaii, Occasional along Wailuku River gulch, from Kaimukanaka Falls to just above Hilo High School, adjacent to sugar cane fields. Common along Pukihae Stream, from about where Kaiwiki Road crosses stream down to Wainaku Ave.

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Lygodium japonicum (Thunb.) Sw.
HAW03004   

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Lygodium japonicum (Thunb.) Sw.
HAW03005   

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HAW03006F.R. Fosberg   379551956-07-10
Japan, Kobama Jima, Ryukyu Islands, O Take, 75m

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HAW03007F.R. Fosberg   369901956-05-15
Japan, RYUKYU ISLANDS; OKINAWA JIMA, 40 - 50m

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Lygodium microphyllum (Cav.) R. Br.
HAW03008P. Moore   9751977-12-17
Guam, Ugum R.

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lygodium scandens
HAW03009F.R. Fosberg   378231956-06-30
Japan, Ryukyu Islands, Ishigaki Shima, 1.6 km. west of Ozato, east branch of Miyara Gawa, 50m

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Lygodium circinnatum (Burm.fil.) Sw.
HAW03001S.H. Sohmer   80391973-09-16
Ceylon, Kandy District; Uda Wata Kela.

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Lygodium circinnatum (Burm.fil.) Sw.
HAW04537Lisa X. Gollin   LXG9-97A1997-07-28
Indonesia, Kalimantan, Borneo Island: Kayan-Mentarang National Park and environs., 400 - 2000m

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Lygodium microphyllum (Cav.) R. Br.
HAW04538Lisa X. Gollin   LGX21-971997-08-11
Indonesia, East Kalimantan, Borneo Island, 400 - 2000m


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