Dataset: F
Search Criteria: Cook Islands; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History Pteridophyte Collection


F
V0075946FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   223301929-05-01
Cook Islands, Maungatea Mountain

F
C0672481FJ. E. Tilden   5371913-09-05
Cook Islands

F
Asplenium gibberosum (G. Forst.) Mett.
C0355578FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221071929-05-31
Cook Islands

F
C0355689FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221241929-06-03
Cook Islands

F
Asplenium gibberosum (G. Forst.) Mett.
C0355699FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   222331929-06-09
Cook Islands

F
C0356122FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221291929-06-03
Cook Islands

F
C0356372FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   222321929-06-09
Cook Islands, Maungatea Mountain

F
Cyathea decurrens (Hook.) Copel.
C0356345FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   223281929-06-17
Cook Islands, Maungatea Mountain

F
Arthropteris obliterata (R. Br.) J. Sm.
C0672266FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   220301929-05-29
Cook Islands

F
Arthropteris obliterata (R. Br.) J. Sm.
C0672281FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221001929-05-31
Cook Islands

F
Haplopteris elongata (Sw.) E. H. Crane
C0672085FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221251929-06-03
Cook Islands

F
Haplopteris elongata (Sw.) E. H. Crane
C0672087FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221011929-05-31
Cook Islands

F
Schizaea dichotoma (L.) J. Sm.
C0672229FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   222261929-06-07
Cook Islands

F
Thelypteris leucolepis (C. Presl) Ching
C0363061F   224981929-06-00
Cook Islands

F
Thelypteris leucolepis (C. Presl) Ching
C0363062FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   223091929-06-15
Cook Islands

F
Thelypteris leucolepis (C. Presl) Ching
C0363063FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   225901929-05-00
Cook Islands

F
Thelypteris nymphalis (G. Forst.) C. F. Reed
C0363068FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   223061929-06-15
Cook Islands

F
Thelypteris nymphalis (G. Forst.) C. F. Reed
C0363069FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221461929-06-03
Cook Islands

F
C0363868FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   223511929-06-19
Cook Islands

F
C0663580FH. E. Parks   220331929-05-29
Cook Islands, Rarotonga, [precise locality unknown]

F
Trichomanes omphalodes (Vieill. ex E. Fourn.) C. Chr.
C0358387FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   220151929-05-29
Cook Islands

F
C0383797FH. E. Parks   221331929-06-03
Cook Islands, Rarotonga

F
C0356456FH. E. Parks   222311929-06-00
Cook Islands, Rarotonga, Maungatea mountain

F
Davallia solida (G. Forst.) Sw.
C0356467FH. E. Parks   220991929-06-00
Cook Islands, Rarotonga, [precise locality unknown]

F
Microlepia speluncae (L.) T. Moore
C0356671FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221301929-06-03
Cook Islands

F
Microsorum vitiense (Bak.) Copel.
C0669385F   
Cook Islands

F
C0358360FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   221991929-06-07
Cook Islands

F
C0357943FS. T. Parks & H. E. Parks   22134
Cook Islands

F
C0357942FS. T. Parks & H. E. Parks   222381929-06-09
Cook Islands

F
Abrodictyum dentatum (Bosch) Ebihara & K. Iwats.
C0358338FH. E. Parks   220341929-05-29
Cook Islands

F
C0358191FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   222181929-06-07
Cook Islands

F
C0358281FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   220321929-05-29
Cook Islands

F
C0358291FH. E. Parks   222891929-06-12
Cook Islands

F
Lindsaea macraeana (Hook. & Arn.) Copel.
C0375687FH. E. Parks   222531929-06-11
Cook Islands

F
Nephrodium longifolium (Fée) Hieron.
C0383279FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   224931929-06-00
Cook Islands

F
Pteris comans G. Forst.
C0674381FH. E. Parks   225371929-07-00
Cook Islands, Rarotonga, [precise locality unknown]

F
Pteris comans G. Forst.
C0674384FH. E. Parks   225441929-07-00
Cook Islands, [precise locality unknown]

F
Angiopteris evecta (G. Forst.) Hoffm.
C0383280FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   222061929-06-07
Cook Islands

F
C0358110FH. E. Parks & S. T. Parks   225511929-07-00
Cook Islands

F
C0356672FJ. E. Tilden   s.n.1912-09-12
Cook Islands, Rarotonga, [precise locality unknown]

F
Dryopteris dissecta (G. Forst.) O. Kuntze
C0356854FH. E. Parks   222301929-06-09
Cook Islands, Rarotonga, Maungatea


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