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

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


WTU:Vascular
147289Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1952-08-22
Japan, Iwate, Mt Yakeishi., 39.163958 140.828581

WTU:Vascular
Lycopodium complanatum var. dilatatum Nakai ex H. Hara
147290Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1952-08-22
Japan, Iwate, Mt. Yakeishi, 39.164706 140.825105

WTU:Vascular
147287Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1952-08-22
Japan, Iwate, Mt. Yakeishi., 39.164234 140.827388

WTU:Vascular
147288Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1952-08-22
Japan, Iwate, Mt. Yakeishi., 39.164141 140.828247

WTU:Vascular
Lycopodium sabinaefolium var. sitchense (Rupr.) Fernald
147583Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1952-08-22
Japan, Iwate, Mt. Yakeishi., 39.164141 140.828247

WTU:Vascular
124988A. Yasuda   s.n.1915-08-06
Japan, Iwate, Mt. Hayachine.

WTU:Vascular
124600A. Yasuda   s.n.1915-08-06
Japan, Iwate, Mt. Hayachine., 39.558738 141.480917


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