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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
Frullania Raddi
02467261W. R. Buck   72411981-09-20
Fiji, Viti Levu, 20 km W of Korolevu Airport on road to Sigatoka, -18.17 177.53

NYBG:Pacific
Frullania Raddi
02467262W. R. Buck   73781981-09-22
Fiji, Viti Levu, ca. 1 km W of Nadara, -17.58 177.93, 914m

NYBG:Pacific
Frullania Raddi
02317375H. O. Whittier   31591964-10-29
French Polynesia, Society Islands, Tahiti, Pirae District, Fautaua Valley., 500m

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
Frullania carrii Kamim. & S.Hatt.
1048649C. E. Carr   153901936-02-05
Papua New Guinea, Isuarava: Owen Stanley Range above Port Moresby, 1372 - 1372m

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
Frullania carrii Kamim. & S.Hatt.
1048648C. E. Carr   153901936-02-05
Papua New Guinea, Isuarava: Owen Stanley Range above Port Moresby, 1372 - 1372m

NYBG:Pacific
Frullania carrii Kamim. & S.Hatt.
01289098C. E. Carr   153901936-02-05
Papua New Guinea, Isuarava: Owen Stanley Range above Port Moresby, 1372 - 1372m

NYBG:Pacific
Frullania nodulosa (Reinw., Blume & Nees) Nees
04115552B. O. van Zanten   6827981968-05-10
Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal, Mt. Austin., 400 - 500m

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
286036M. Wall   16
New Caledonia, Parc de la Riviere Bleue

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
289457M. Wall   17
New Caledonia, Parc de la Riviere Bleue

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1048711C. E. Carr   152841936-01-29
Papua New Guinea, Main Range, NW of The Gap, 2438 - 2438m

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1048710C. E. Carr   152841936-01-29
Papua New Guinea, Main Range, NW of The Gap, 2438 - 2438m

NYBG-NY:Pacific-Herbarium
1048739B. C. Seemann   s.n.
Fiji, Fiji Islands


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