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

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NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG:Pacific
Battarrea digueti Pat. & Har.
1938637K. Kopf   s.n.1947-04-05
United States of America, Hawaii, Maunalei Gulch, Maunalei, Lanai.

NYBG:Pacific
Battarreoides diguetii (Pat. & Har.) R.Heim & T.Herrera
01779194O. K. Miller   245911991-05-16
United States of America, Hawaii, South Kohala, Big Island

NYBG:Pacific
Battarreoides diguetii (Pat. & Har.) R.Heim & T.Herrera
01779173O. K. Miller   245911991-05-16
United States of America, Hawaii, South Kohala, Big Island

NYBG:Pacific
Battarreoides diguetii (Pat. & Har.) R.Heim & T.Herrera
01779198O. K. Miller   245911991-05-16
United States of America, Hawaii, South Kohala, Big Island

NYBG:Pacific
Battarreoides diguetii (Pat. & Har.) R.Heim & T.Herrera
01779172O. K. Miller   245911991-05-16
United States of America, Hawaii, South Kohala, Big Island


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