Dataset: WTU
Search Criteria: Uruguay; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


WTU:Vascular
126878Pta. Espinillo   B-50931948-02-06
Uruguay, Montevideo, [no locality given on label], -34.887155 -56.163632

WTU:Vascular
Polypodium angustum (Willd.) Liebm.
122499Rosengurtt Gallinal   57621946-11-00
Uruguay, Florida, Epifita frecuente sobre arboles del bosque ribereno.<br/>Estancia Rincon de Santa Elena.<br/>Picada Castro.<br/>Arroyo Mansavillagra.

WTU:Vascular
126968Rosengurtt   53181948-12-15
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Pororó, Lavalleja.

WTU:Vascular
182493Rosengurtt   PE-4910-121942-04-00
Uruguay, Soriano, Juan Jackson, Sta. Elena

WTU:Vascular
Polystichum adiantiforme (G. Forst.) J. Sm.
122158Rosengurtt   PE-4653 1/21942-05-30
Uruguay, Cerro Largo., [no locality given on label]

WTU:Vascular
106360Rosengurtt   32721941-02-22
Uruguay, Paysandu, Sta Sofia, Chapicuy-Orillas del Rio Uruguay., -31.6667 -57.8667

WTU:Vascular
3310JWTHerter, L. Osten   177531926-04-08
Uruguay, Maldonato., -34.755646 -54.663055

WTU:Vascular
117520Gallinal, Aragone, Bergalli, Campal, Rosengurtt   PE-4571 1/21942-05-30
Uruguay, Cerro Largo, Rio Negro, Palleros., -32.086243 -54.489655


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