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

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

Claopodium crispifolium (Hook.) Ren. & Card.
HAW_B_0000232J.M. Grant   1926-03-00
United States, Washington, Snohomish, Marysville.

Pseudoleskea baileyi Best & Grout in Grout
HAW_B_0000266Herman Persson   1957-07-28
Canada, British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Canada. British Columbia, Queen Charlotte Islands, Moresby I, "Alpine lake" (unnamed lake on 52°55'N and 132°03'W), 52.916667 -132.05, 650m

Lescuraea atricha (Kindb. in Mac. & Kindb.) Lawt.
HAW_B_0000265Elva Lawton   37311960-09-06
United States, Washington, Pierce Co, Mt. Rainier Park, trail from Yakima Parl to Burroughs Mt, North Side of Burroughs Mt.

Lescuraea radicosa (Mitt.) Mönk.
HAW_B_0000267Elva Lawton   31311955-07-29
United States, California, Sierra Co, 7 mi E of Yuba Pass on Route 49., 1829 - 1981m

Claopodium prionophyllum Brotherus, 1908
HAW_B_0000106Ken Nagata   s.n.1973-02-26
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Molokaʻi, Wailau Valley, along valley floor, ca. 1/2 way between ocean and Pali., 122m

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