Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Dryopteris fusco-atra var. lamoureuxii
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Daniel D. Palmer Pteridophytes Collection


HAW:DDP-HAW
HAW41465Daniel D. Palmer   26011996-11-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui: Along the road to the Waikamoi Flume. On the sides of the gulch to the west of the "Gorge Ridge Rd."

HAW:DDP
HAW41469Daniel D. Palmer   2605A1996-11-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui: Along the road to the Waikamoi Flume. On the sides of the gulch to the west of the "Gorge Ridge Rd."

HAW:DDP-HAW
HAW41471Daniel D. Palmer   26071996-11-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui: Along the road to the Waikamoi Flume. On the sides of the gulch to the west of the "Gorge Ridge Rd."

HAW:DDP-HAW
HAW41519Daniel D. Palmer   26051996-11-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui: Along the road to the Waikamoi Flume. On the sides of the gulch to the west of the "Gorge Ridge Rd."

HAW:DDP
HAW41520Daniel D. Palmer   26051996-11-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui: Along the road to the Waikamoi Flume. On the sides of the gulch to the west of the "Gorge Ridge Rd."

HAW:DDP-HAW
HAW41521Daniel D. Palmer   26031996-11-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui: Along the road to the Waikamoi Flume. On the sides of the gulch to the west of the "Gorge Ridge Rd."

HAW:DDP
HAW41522Daniel D. Palmer   26031996-11-03
United States, Hawaii, Maui, Maui: Along the road to the Waikamoi Flume. On the sides of the gulch to the west of the "Gorge Ridge Rd."

Joseph F. Rock Herbarium (Univ. of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)


HAW
HAW02247Bishop   11481971-08-24
United States, Hawaii, Maui, 1737m


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