Dataset: WTU
Search Criteria: South Africa; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


WTU:Vascular
371665L. E. Taylor   5971935-07-11
South Africa, Mariepskep [Mariepskop] Tv. [Transvaal]., -24.524701 30.897613, 1524m

WTU:Vascular
Pellaea pteroides (L.) Prantl
281612P. W. Dunwiddie   7171978-03-11
South Africa, Cape, Swartsboschkloof, Jonkershoek., -33.970464 18.917168

WTU:Vascular
330047F. Comte   52901964-09-06
South Africa, Limpopo, Entabini Forest, Mangwele Mountains., -24.180912 28.628842

WTU:Vascular
371248L. E. Taylor   31101951-07-17
South Africa, Rhodesia, 10 miles north of Swelo.<br/>Dist. Swelo, S. Rhodesia.

WTU:Vascular
Rumohra adiantiformis (G. Forst.) Ching
371034L. E. Taylor   36161951-11-00
South Africa, Groot River C.P.


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