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

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


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Brachythecium plumosum (Hedw.) B. S. G.
HAW_B_0000062William J. Hoe   37311975-06-20
United States, HAWAII, Maui County, Haleakala National Park, Paliku. In humid gulch west of cabins., 1951m

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Pseudoscleropodium purum (Hedw.) Fleisch. in Broth.
HAW_B_0000411Kathleen Young   235c1960-12-24
United States, Washington, King Co, north of Seattle, 17540-32nd. Ave, N.E, Seattle 55

HAW
Pseudoscleropodium purum (Hedw.) M.Fleisch.
HAW_B_0000414Cooray, R.G.   10011976-01-14
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, Hawaii volcanoes National Park, Kilauea, Crater Rim Road between research station and Mauna Loa Field Station, 1219m

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Brachythecium lamprocarpum (Mull. Hal.) A. Jaeger
HAW-B-0000060Winona Char   s.n.1974-06-19
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, HVNP: Mauna Loa Strip Road, near rainshelter, 2012m

HAW
Brachythecium lamprocarpum (Mull. Hal.) A. Jaeger
HAW_B_0000061W.J. Hoe   1472.01966-05-09
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Mauna Loa, along Strip Road to summit., 2438m

HAW
Oxyrrhynchium vagans (A. Jaeger) Ignatov & Huttunen
HAW_B_0000160B. Will   BW 231993-07-20
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oʻahu, Lyon Arboretum: Section 21, Aihualama Falls.

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Oxyrrhynchium vagans (A. Jaeger) Ignatov & Huttunen
HAW_B_0000162Nagata, K.M.   1973-09-24
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Land of Kaukulu, section 26

HAW
Oxyrrhynchium vagans (A. Jaeger) Ignatov & Huttunen
HAW_B_0000163W.J. Hoe   30401973-12-29
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Koolau Mountains, Manoa Valley, Manoa Falls Trail 73., 183m

HAW
Oxyrrhynchium vagans (A. Jaeger) Ignatov & Huttunen
HAW_B_0000165William J. Hoe   3948.01975-08-10
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, South Koolau Mountains. Honolulu District and Watershed Forest Reserve, gully on E slope of Waahila Ridge behind Pukele Park., 244m

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 (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

HAW
Platyhypnidium muelleri (Jaeg.) Fleisch.
HAW-B-0000396B. Will   BW161993-07-20
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Lyon Arboretum: Section 21, Aihualama Falls.

HAW
HAW-B-0000466Ken Nagata   s.n.1973-03-26
United States, Hawaii, Molokai, Wailau Valley: along valley floor, ca. 1/2 way between ocean and pali. Along small tributary of Wailau Stream, 122m


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