Dataset: F
Search Criteria: India; Himachal Pradesh; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History Pteridophyte Collection


F
Diplazium lobulosum (Wall.) Presl
C0381744FK. M. Lyell   s.n.
India, Himachal Pradesh, [precise locality unknown]

F
C0378391FC. Dalhousie   s.n.1831-08-03
India, Himachal Pradesh, [precise locality unknown]

F
Thelypteris levingei (C. B. Cl.) Ching
C0378519FH. F. Blanford   s.n.1886-08-22
India, Himachal Pradesh, Northwestern Himalaya, 2438m

F
C0378389FC. Dalhousie   s.n.1831-07-00
India, Himachal Pradesh, [precise locality unknown]

F
Athyrium schimperi Moug. ex Fée
C0378218FH. F. Blanford   s.n.1882-00-00
India, Himachal Pradesh, Northwestern Himalaya, 2286m

F
C0381765FH. F. Blanford   s.n.1886-08-29
India, Himachal Pradesh, 1524m

F
Thelypteris dentata (Forsk.) E.St. John
C0377798FH. F. Blanford   s.n.1886-09-00
India, Himachal Pradesh, Below Shimla, 1219 - 1524m


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Google Map

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