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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium

Calliergon wilhelmense E.B.Bartram
937978L. J. Brass   299431959-06-15
Papua New Guinea, Eastern Highlands, Mt. Wilhelm, east slopes, 3993 - 3993m

Warnstorfia fluitans (Hedw.) Loeske
01225779J. R. Shevock   369362010-12-12
New Zealand, South Island, Nelson-Marlborough Land Distr., Warbeck Scenic Reserve, along Maruia Saddle Road at Maruia Saddle north of Braeburn (at highway 65), -42.03328 172.29347, 560m

Anacamptodon touwii W.R.Buck
02683437A. Touw   148441975-03-23
Papua New Guinea, West Sepik, Telefomin, -5.13 141.63, 1500m

Calliergon laxirete Zanten & J.K.Bartlett
01257080B. O. van Zanten   16171959-05-12
New Zealand, North Island, Tongariro National park, mt. Ruapohu, above Chateau., 1400m

Calliergon sarmentosum (Wahlenb.) Kindb.
04115053B. O. van Zanten   685971968-06-29
Papua New Guinea, Eastern Highlands, Mt. Wilhelm, East-shore of Lake Pinde., 3600m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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