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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
02185917J. E. Chamberlain   s.n.
United States of America, Hawaii, Honolulu Co.

NYBG:Pacific
02185913Collector unknown   20
United States of America, Hawaii, Maui Co., Wailuku, 20.889608 -156.50106

NYBG:Pacific
02185912R. D. Wood | U. K. Wood   75-10-21-261975-10-21
New Zealand, NE ledge, Kai Koura Penninsula

NYBG:Pacific
02185915Collector unknown   s.n.
New Zealand, Canterbury, Ashley, Amberley

NYBG:Pacific
02186244E. Vieillard   19301863-00-00
New Caledonia, [illegible]

NYBG:Pacific
02186000I. B. Warnock | V. R. Warnock   s.n.1935-02-14
New Zealand, Stewart Island, Near wharf, Half Moon Bay

NYBG:Pacific
02185999I. B. Warnock | V. R. Warnock   s.n.1935-02-14
New Zealand, Stewart Island, Near wharf, Half Moon Bay

NYBG:Pacific
Plocamium abnorme Hook.f. & Harv.
02185918Collector unknown   s.n.
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
Plocamium abnorme Hook.f. & Harv.
02185919Collector unknown   s.n.
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
Plocamium abnorme Hook.f. & Harv.
02185920Collector unknown   s.n.
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
Plocamium abnorme Hook.f. & Harv.
02185921Collector unknown   s.n.
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
Plocamium abnorme Hook.f. & Harv.
02185922Wilkes Expedition   s.n.1838-00-00
New Zealand

NYBG:Pacific
02186462C. W. Schneider   09-37-22009-07-19
United States of America, Hawaii, Honolulu Co., O'ahu: Makupu'u Point, Makai Reseach Pier, 21.31844 -157.66972

NYBG:Pacific
02186460J. E. Tilden   s.n.1900-06-18
United States of America, Hawaii, Oahu, Koolauloa, Laie point. In caves at low tide., 21.648498 -157.914444

NYBG:Pacific
02186461Collector unknown   s.n.
United States of America, Hawaii, Honolulu Co.


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