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

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


HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum (Sull.) Mull. Hal.
HAW_B_0000352W.J. Hoe   2958.01973-09-15
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oʻahu, Central Koolau Mountains: Honolulu District & F.R, Kalihi Valley, vicinity of summit crest., 411m

HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum (Sull.) Mull. Hal.
HAW_B_0000353Derral Herbst   39121973-10-20
USA, Hawaii, Lanai, 3.9 mi from Keomuku Highway and Munro Trail junction, 762m

HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum (Sull.) Mull. Hal.
HAW_B_0000354W.J. Hoe   3353.01975-03-10
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oʻahu, Central Waianae Mountains.: Wahiawa District, Schofield Barracks Forest Reserve, trail NW from Kolekole Pass to Puu Kumakalii., 518m

HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum var. sciuroides (C. Muell.) Wijk & Marg.
HAW_B_0000356Derral Herbst   39261973-10-22
USA, Hawaii, Maui, Lanaʻi, 4.1 mi from Keomuku Hwy and Munro Trail junction, 518m

HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum (Sull.) Mull. Hal.
HAW_B_0000357Derral Herbst   s.n.1973-05-08
United States, Hawaii, Maui, North Haleakala: Koolau F.R, 0.8 mile NE of Pohaku Palaha., 2103 - 2134m

HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum (Sull.) Mull. Hal.
HAW_B_0000358Winona Char.   s.n.1974-06-19
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, HVNP: Mauna Loa Strip road, near rainshelter., 2012m

HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum (Sull.) Mull. Hal.
HAW_B_0000359W.J. Hoe   3336.01975-01-02
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, S Koolau Mountains, Honolulu District and Watershed Forest Reserve, Manoa Valley, Manoa Falls Trail 73 along Waihi Stream., 183m

HAW
Palamocladium wilkesianum (Sull.) Mull. Hal.
HAW_B_0000355William J. Hoe   3452.01975-06-12
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Haleakala National Park, first shaded gulch E of Hosmer Grove., 2042m


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