Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Opuntia ficus-indica (Opuntia megacantha, Opuntia joconostle, Opuntia amyclaea, Opuntia undulata, Opuntia paraguayensis, Cactus ficus-indica, Platyopuntia cordobensis, Platyopuntia apurimacensis)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park


HAVO-Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Opuntia ficus-indica L
HAVO5105Kageler, Dina   1985-441985-06-12
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Poliokeawe Pali, 630m

HAVO-Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Opuntia ficus-indica (L) MILL
HAVO5229Kageler, D.   1986-23
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, Ainahou Ranch

HAVO-Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) MILL.
HAVO5230Kageler, Dina   1985-451985-06-12
United States, Hawaii, Hawaii, Poliokeawe Pali, 630m

Herbarium Pacificum (Bishop Museum)


BISH-BPBM:BISH
597974Abbott, I.A. Norris, F.M.   Collector Number: 91.681991-03-06
United States, Hawaii, Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve, Kipuka at the head of the trail towards Pohaku Paea from the midstop along Makena-Keoneoio road, 10 - 15m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
662437Oppenheimer, H.L.   Collector Number: H1099141999-10-24
United States, Hawaii, Keomuku Road, 20.8667 -156.917, 360m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
713878Hughes, G.D.   1992-03-14
United States, Hawaii, Makolelau, 700m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
1.00E+06Hughes, G.D.   Collector Number: s.n.1992-03-14
United States, Hawaii, Makolelau, 700m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
43765Lee, C. Berrington, J.   1952-01-30
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, valley below Kamehameha Schools

BISH-BPBM:BISH
43767Westgate, J.M.   1932-07-30
United States, Hawaii, Punchbowl St, near Prospect and Pele Sts, Honolulu

BISH-BPBM:BISH
493662Lau, J.   11361985-06-24
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Punchbowl

BISH-BPBM:BISH
500894Wagner, W.L. et al.   55691985-06-24
United States, Hawaii, North Kohala, Acacia koaja sanctuary, off N Kohala Rd, 5 mi NW of Waimea, at Waiakamali Gulch, 960m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
500920Kageler, D. Cuddihy, L.W.   1986-21985-09-01
United States, Hawaii, Volcanoes National Park, Ainahou Ranch area, Poliokeawe Pali, 610m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
500922Kageler, D. Cuddihy, L.W.   1986-21985-09-01
United States, Hawaii, Volcanoes National Park, Ainahou Ranch area, Poliokeawe Pali, 610m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
513617Lorence, D.H.   52371987-05-15
United States, Hawaii, Waimea, W. side of Waimea Canyon just E. of Canyon Drive, at ~ 3 miles N of Waimea, 122m

BISH-BPBM:BISH
514314Lau, J.   11361985-06-24
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Punchbowl

National Tropical Botanical Garden


PTBG
PTBG1000044831David H. Lorence   52371987-05-15
United States, Hawaii, Kauai County, Western side of Waimea Canyon just E . of Waimea Canyon Drive, at ca. 3 miles N. of Waimea.

PTBG
PTBG1000044832Joel Lau   11361985-06-24
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu County, Honolulu, Punchbowl.

New Zealand Virtual Herbarium


NZVH-Allan Herbarium
CHR 572249 BColin Ogle   2005-08-11
New Zealand, beside Putiki Drive, true left side of Whanganui River, Wanganui City, -39.9408 175.055, 8m

NYBG, C.V. Starr Virtual Herbarium


NYBG-NY:Pacific
190008C. R. Annable   31221996-00-00
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Makapu'u Point State Wayside, road to Makapu'u Point, 21.3 -157.65

Systematics of Vascular Plants, UH Manoa


HAW:BOT461
Wagenman, Isaiah   512018-11-30
USA, Hawaii (HI), Manoa, Located within the Wao Akua gardens, within the terraces section of the gardens that is located across the fence from the transportation services parking lot. This plant can be found when ascending the steps from canoe garden, headed towards the asphalt walkway that leads to the pamoa road. Next to this plant would be the african keyhole plants such as ipomoea batatas (3 m away)., 21.305089 -157.814364, 40m

UH Manoa Campus Plants


UHM:HAW-CP-HAW
uhm.6923University of Hawaii at Manoa   
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, 21.296029 -157.813051

United States National Herbarium


US:US
8088Bruegmann, M. M.   1361984-01-17
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu


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