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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
02859149O. Degener   5866
United States of America, Hawaii, Kauai

NYBG:Pacific
02317342H. O. Whittier   s.n.1964-00-00
United States of America, Hawaii, Oahu, summit Mt. Kaala., 1219m

NYBG:Pacific
03103356E. A. Hodgson   s.n.1935-01-00
New Zealand, By Makuretu Falls, Wairau [Wairou]

NYBG:Pacific
03103354R. I. D. Svihla   26001958-02-16
New Zealand, Stewart Island, Peterson Inlet, Glory Bay, at waterfall

NYBG:Pacific
03103357T. W. N. Beckett   s.n.1906-01-30
New Zealand, Westland, Kelly Range

NYBG:Pacific
01059674D. Lyall   s.n.
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
01059675W. Colenso   682
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
01059676W. Colenso   699
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
03103355K. W. Allison   s.n.1933-02-00
New Zealand, Insula Sept, prope Rotorua in loc. d. Puaiti Bush, 500 - 500m

NYBG:Pacific
03103358W. Colenso   1416
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
03103364Collector unknown   s.n.
New Zealand, Waikato near Auckland


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