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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
01780128O. K. Miller   245921991-05-16
United States of America, Hawaii, Alaska Falls, No. Hilo, moist bank beside trail in Raia Forest

NYBG:Pacific
1952766C. T. Rogerson   3352 (203)1944-08-01
Solomon Islands, Bougainville forest, Empress August Bay.

NYBG:Pacific
Geastrum fornicatum (Huds.) Hook.f.
01952462E. Morse   4201930-04-00
United States of America, Hawaii, Pahala plantation beach

NYBG:Pacific
Geastrum fornicatum (Huds.) Hook.f.
01952461O. Degener   1926-08-00
United States of America, Hawaii, Heian near Kohala, Hawaii I.

NYBG:Pacific
01780964O. K. Miller   235541989-04-22
United States of America, Hawaii, Woahila Ridge State Rec. Area, Oahu

NYBG:Pacific
01781026O. K. Miller   236001989-04-29
New Zealand, near Ranger Station, Ohakune Mt. Rd. Tongariro National Park, North Island

NYBG:Pacific
01781001O. K. Miller   236091989-04-30
New Zealand, Redwood Trail at Expt Forest at Rotorura North Islands


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