Dataset: WTU
Search Criteria: Japan; Chiba; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Washington Herbarium, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture


WTU:Vascular
149105Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi., 35.16033 140.149286

WTU:Vascular
Gleichenia glauca (Thunb. ex Houtt.) Hook.
189404J. Ohwi, S. Okuyama   1871951-01-28
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi in Awa., 35.15985 140.155038

WTU:Vascular
149106Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi, CHIBA-pref.

WTU:Vascular
Microlepia marginata (Panz.) C. Chr.
149099Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi., 35.160154 140.155079

WTU:Vascular
149104Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi.

WTU:Vascular
Stenoloma chusana (L.) Ching
149096Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi., 35.1635 140.146196

WTU:Vascular
199424N. Maruyama, K. Okamoto   16061957-10-29
Japan, Chiba, Honshu: Shirahama in Awa.

WTU:Vascular
Diplazium lanceum (Thunb.) C.Presl
149103Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi.

WTU:Vascular
149100Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi.

WTU:Vascular
Rumohra aristata var. pseudo-aristata H. Ito
149097Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi

WTU:Vascular
149647Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi, Chiba Prefecture., 35.160179 140.154948

WTU:Vascular
Neolepisorus ensatus (Thunb.) Ching
149101Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-11-04
Japan, Chiba, Mt. Kiyosumi., 35.161758 140.149026


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