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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG-NY:Pacific
eburnea
1491213R. E. Halling   97232012-00-00
New Zealand, South Island, Fiordland, Borland Nature Trail., -45.7758 167.536, 196 - 196m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
eburnea
1491214R. E. Halling   97422012-00-00
New Zealand, South Island, Fiordland, Fiordland National Park, Rainbow Reach, Kepler Track., -45.4921 167.663, 200 - 200m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
eburnea
2072387R. E. Halling   99622014-00-00
New Zealand, South Island, Nelson, Kahurangi National Park, Cobb Valley Track, vicinity Trilobyte Hut., -41.1302 172.608, 866 - 866m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
eburnea
2072503R. E. Halling   99482014-00-00
New Zealand, South Island, West Coast, Nelson Lakes National Park, Lake Rotoroa Nature Track., -41.7939 172.598, 476 - 476m

NYBG-NY:Pacific
2072540R. E. Halling   99642014-00-00
New Zealand, South Island, Nelson, Kahurangi National Park, Cobb Valley Track, vicinity Peel Track., -41.1302 172.608, 866 - 866m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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