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

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


WTU:Vascular
124616Takenouchi   2251922-04-01
Japan, Fukuoka, Kashii, 33.65 130.433333

WTU:Vascular
124627M. Takenouchi   2211922-03-05
Japan, Fukuoka, Mt. Hōman, prov. Chikuzen, 33.540035 130.569077

WTU:Vascular
Gleichenia glauca (Thunb. ex Houtt.) Hook.
134140M. Takenouchi   22271923-03-03
Japan, Fukuoka, Mt Hagayama[poor legibility], near Fukuoka, Prov. Chikuzen., 33.545297 130.406545

WTU:Vascular
186597M. Togasi   14201956-10-18
Japan, Fukuoka, Kyushu: Fuka-yabakei in Buzen.

WTU:Vascular
Polystichum falcatum (L. f.) Diels
137167M. Takenouchi   1521922-04-08
Japan, Fukuoka, Najima, Chikuzen [now a part of Fukuoka prefecture].

WTU:Vascular
134141M. Takenouchi   1611922-03-05
Japan, Fukuoka, Shugakoe, Chikuzen [now Fukuoka].


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