Dataset: NYBG-Pacific
Taxa: Aerobryopsis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
Aerobryopsis subdivergens subsp. scariosa (E.B.Bartram) Nog.
02683368J. R. Shevock   461872015-01-23
United States of America, Hawaii, Kauai Co., Koke'e State Park, Hanalei District, trail in the Honopu area W of Hwy 550 and N of Awa'awapuhi Trail, 22.145 -159.64872, 1204m

NYBG:Pacific
Aerobryopsis subdivergens subsp. scariosa (E.B.Bartram) Nog.
02696217K. R. Wood   121132006-08-24
United States of America, Hawaii, Maui Co., W. Maui, Kauaula, SE rim, UTM: 0748806 - 2309574, 1128m

NYBG:Pacific
Aerobryopsis wallichii (Brid.) M. Fleisch.
02696205K. R. Wood   132322008-08-08
United States of America, Hawaii, Hawaii Co., Manuka NAR, nature trail up to Kipuka Kilioe, 19 -155, 701m

NYBG:Pacific
Aerobryopsis subdivergens subsp. scariosa (E.B.Bartram) Nog.
04117773J. R. Shevock   510822018-01-26
United States of America, Hawaii, Kauai Co., Hanalei District. Below waterfall of Waiahuaqua Stream in rocky canyon stream channel about halfway from main trail and the waterfall., 22.1914 -159.61208, 146m

NYBG:Pacific
Aerobryopsis longissima (Dozy & Molk.) M.Fleisch.
01232278A. Touw   182801975-05-16
Papua New Guinea, West Sepik, Star Mts, Folongonom, -5 141.08, 2100 - 2120m

NYBG:Pacific
Aerobryopsis longissima (Dozy & Molk.) M.Fleisch.
02899655C. L. Raulerson   57631983-12-25
Palau, Palau Islands, Babeldaob Island, Caroline Islands: inland from Skebong house along old stone path, Old Ngatpang Village, 7.48 134.5, 10m

NYBG:Pacific
Aerobryopsis longissima (Dozy & Molk.) M.Fleisch.
03912235T. A. Ranker   24032017-07-28
Vanuatu, Tafea, Aneityum Island, Anatwojom area, 2.4 km direct distance NE of Anelgauhat village., -20.21819 169.79644, 158 - 158m


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