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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
1985155J. Kliejunas   20
United States of America, Hawaii, Kipuka Puaulu, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

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1985626H. C. Godfrey   s.n.1917-07-28
United States of America, Hawaii, Hilo.

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1985350A. A. Heller   28251895-09-10
United States of America, Hawaii, The Island of Kauai, on Kaholuamanoa, above Waimea.

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1985646H. Streimann   164011981-02-15
Papua New Guinea, Sapphire Creek, Pt Noresby-Sogeri Road, 22 km NE of Port Moresby, Central District., -9.416667 147.333333, 80m

NYBG:Pacific
1985583P. Nelson   3311918-04-21
Guam, Catot

NYBG:Pacific
1985627A. C. Smith   46281947-05-27
Fiji, Vicinity of Tumbenasolo, valley of Namosi Creek, Nandi, Viti Levu., 200 - 450m

NYBG:Pacific
1985558E. L. Stone   1034b1950-07-19
Marshall Islands, Takleb Island

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1985673M. Gochfeld   s.n.1974-09-27
New Caledonia, Yate Reserve, location is Riviere Bleu, about 50 km by road from Noumea on the east of coast of the island some 15 km from Yate City., 200m

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1985562Collector unspecified   s.n.
New Zealand, [No precise loc.]

NYBG:Pacific
1985532H. Streimann   143341981-02-02
Papua New Guinea, Morobe, Forestry College, Bulolo., -7.17 146.67, 730m

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1985617M. S. Doty   114251952-07-26
French Polynesia, Tuamotu Archipelago, Raroia (Barcly de Trolley) Atoll., -16 -142.43

NYBG:Pacific
1985561W. Stephenson   461843-04-00
New Zealand, [No precise loc.]

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1985313T. G. Yuncker   150311953-02-25
Tonga, Tongatapu, Sopu, west of Nuku'alofa.

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1985630C. C. Y. Wong   3661948-01-28
Kiribati, Line Islands, Caroline Island, Yap. N.v. parifi., 8m


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