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

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


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HAW39188Sofia Slater   SS0372008-12-01
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, UH Manoa, 21.299671 -157.819238, 55m

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Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson ex Z) Fosberg
HAW39181Barton Hatch   BH1512008-12-03
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu

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Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson ex Z) Fosberg
HAW39182Jeff Boutain   JB135b2008-11-30
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, UH Manoa Campus

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Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson ex Z) Fosberg
HAW39183Jeff Boutain   JB135a2008-11-30
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, UH Manoa Campus

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HAW44120C. Morden   15461998-03-16
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, University of Hawaii campus, Botany Department courtyard.

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Ficus macrophylla Desf. ex Pers.
HAW39184Ben M. Wadman   BMW_442008-12-01
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, UH Manoa Campus, 25m

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Ficus macrophylla Desf. ex Pers.
HAW39185Justin J. Langlais   JJL0402008-11-30
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, UH Manoa Campus, 25m

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Ficus rubiginosa Desf. ex Vent.
HAW39186Maile Post   CMP312008-12-04
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, UH Manoa Campus, 21.2968 -157.823, 25m

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Streblus pendulinus (Endl.) F.Muell.
HAW44122C. Morden   15471998-03-16
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oʻahu, University of Hawaii campus, Upper campus on grassy slope near motor pool by gate.

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HAW45989Katlyn Fuented   KMF00212014-03-19
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Oahu: UH Manoa Campus, Friendship Circle across East-West Rd. from Marine Science Bldg., 25m

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HAW39187Elbereth M. Walker   252008-11-25
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, UH Manoa Campus, 21.299093 -157.818376, 25m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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