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

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

Equisetum hyemale var. japonicum Milde
157582Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1953-09-08
Japan, Tochigi, Senjugahara, Oku-Nikkoo, Tochigi., 36.777255 139.444313

141825Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-08-09
Japan, Tochigi, Oku-Shiobara., 36.956589 139.816921

Aspidium muticum Franch. & Sav.
124822A. Yasuda   s.n.1913-07-24
Japan, tochigi, Nikko, Japan.

Rumohra maximowiczii (Baker) Ching
141827Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-08-09
Japan, Tochigi, Oku-Shiobara

187846Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1947-05-19
Japan, Tochigi, Mt. Izuru-yama. Tochigi, Honshu.

Cyrtomium caryotideum (Wall. ex Hook. & Grev.) C. Presl
187847Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1947-05-19
Japan, Tochigi, Mt. Izuru-yama., 36.788545 139.666697

Lepisorus annuifrons (Makino) Ching
141826Shigetaka Suzuki   s.n.1951-08-09
Japan, Tochigi, Oku-Shiobara., 36.959538 139.823094

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Google Map

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