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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021045W. Colenso   1434
New Zealand

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021041D. Lyall   s.n.
New Zealand, Port Preservation

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021043W. Colenso   2076
New Zealand

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021040Collector unspecified   s.n.
New Zealand, Port Preservation. See location note.

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021042D. Lyall   s.n.
New Zealand, Port Preservation

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021046D. Lyall   s.n.
New Zealand, Hu[ss]? Valley

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021044Reudon   s.n.
New Zealand

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021039R. Brown   s.n.
New Zealand, Stewart Island

NYBG:Pacific
Balantiopsis diplophylla (Hook.f. & Taylor) Mitt.
1669968A. J. Fife   77391986-05-23
New Zealand, Moist soil in intermittent rain channel. forest with Metrosideros umbellata; Weinmannia dominant in understory; Blechnuir discolour dominant herb; granitic gneiss bedrock; ca. 30° slope; northeast exposure; 300 m a.s.l. South Island: Fiordland National Pa, -45.033333 -167.533333

NYBG:Pacific
Balantiopsis diplophylla (Hook.f. & Taylor) Mitt.
1669967A. J. Fife   77231986-05-23
New Zealand, South Island: Fiordland National Park, Stuart Mountains western shore of Lake Thomson north of stream draining from Lake Wade; ca. 30 m above lake. NE exposure; 300 m a.s.l., -45.033333 167.533333

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
Balantiopsis verrucosa J.J.Engel & G.L.S.Merr.
1020963J. J. Engel   186781983-01-18
New Zealand, South Island, Southland Prov.: Fiordland Natl. Park, stream valley just SW of Mt. Burns, S of South Branch of Borland Burn, W of Monowai, -45.7 167.43, 1010 - 1170m

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1021038J. J. Engel   185581983-01-17
New Zealand, South Island, Southland Prov.: Fiordland Natl. Park, plateau and slopes below Mt. Burn, W of Monowai, -45.7 167.43, 1225 - 1230m


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