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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
00937672W. H. Harvey   s.n.
Tonga

NYBG:Pacific
02133549C. W. Schneider   02-22-102002-08-07
United States of America, Hawaii, Honolulu Co., O'ahu, Kahuka, Malaekanana Bay, Goat Is. bay, west side, 21.66239 -157.924

NYBG:Pacific
02133541M. Reed   614
United States of America, Hawaii

NYBG:Pacific
02133547A. Robinson | S. Robinson   551908-00-00
United States of America, Hawaii, Kauai Co., Niihau Island, 21.892155 -160.15747

NYBG:Pacific
02133542A. Robinson | S. Robinson   513 p.p.1907-12-00
United States of America, Hawaii, Island of Lanai, 20.843966 -156.930515

NYBG:Pacific
02133537W. R. Taylor   46-5571946-06-29
Marshall Islands, Rongerik Atoll, Enyvertok Island., 11.38 167.52

NYBG:Pacific
02133538W. A. Setchell | H. E. Parks   52661922-06-11
French Polynesia, Windward Islands, Tahiti. [illegible]

NYBG:Pacific
02133546W. A. Setchell | H. E. Parks   51111922-06-05
French Polynesia, Windward Islands, Tahiti. Reefs between Papenu and Huau.

NYBG:Pacific
02133548W. A. Setchell | H. E. Parks   51111922-06-05
French Polynesia, Windward Islands, Papenu, Tahiti. Near Faarapa

NYBG:Pacific
02133543W. R. Taylor   46-281946-03-15
Marshall Islands, Bikini Atoll, Enyu Island

NYBG:Pacific
02133540W. R. Taylor   46-521946-03-18
Marshall Islands, Bikini Atoll, Eniirikku Island.

NYBG:Pacific
02133544Collector unknown   s.n.1926-10-26
Palau

NYBG:Pacific
Neomeris dumetosa J.V.Lamour.
02146146W. H. Harvey   841857-00-00
Tonga, Iles des Amis

NYBG:Pacific
Neomeris dumetosa J.V.Lamour.
02133528Collector unknown   s.n.
Tonga, Friendly Island

NYBG:Pacific
02133490A. Robinson | S. Robinson   5131907-12-00
United States of America, Hawaii, Island of Lanai, 20.843966 -156.930515


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