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

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


WTU:Vascular
186609J. Ohwi, K. Okamoto   14081956-10-09
Japan, Shizuoka, Hondo: Mt. Amagi in Idzu [Izu]., 34.86054 139.0242

WTU:Vascular
167557M. Furuse   11351954-11-07
Japan, Shizuoka, Honshu: Nekko in Izu prov., 35.486442 138.572943

WTU:Vascular
167543J. Ohwi, T. Koyama   11211954-10-14
Japan, Shizuoka, Honshu: Senzu in Totomi., 35.140996 138.0782

WTU:Vascular
202330S. Okuyama, K. Okamoto   16801958-01-00
Japan, Shizuoka, Honshu: Shimoda in Idzu., 34.693892 138.940002

WTU:Vascular
Neocheiropteris ensata (Thunb.) Ching
202306S. Okuyama, K. Okamoto   16791958-01-00
Japan, Shizuoka, Honshu: Shimoda in Idzu.

WTU:Vascular
Dryopteris sabaei (Franch. & Sav.) C.Chr.
186613J. Ohwi, et K. Okamoto   14041956-10-09
Japan, Shizuoka, Hondo: Mt. Amagi in Idzu.


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