Dataset: WTU
Taxa: Lonchitidaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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


WTU:Vascular
222464W. E. Hess   2321914-01-13
U.S.A., Puerto Rico, Maricao, near river., 18.18079 -66.9799

WTU:Vascular
Anisosorus hirsutus (L.) Underw. & Maxon
56101W. R. Hatch, C. L. Wilson   471936-07-17
Guatemala, Finea Alsacia, Los Amates., 15.266667 -89.1, 366m

WTU:Vascular
Anisosorus hirsutus (L.) Underw. & Maxon
13615JWTF. H. Sargent   5461935-03-31
U.S.A., Puerto Rico, Hills above Yauco., 18.064995 -66.846465

WTU:Vascular
Anisosorus hirsutus (L.) Underw. & Maxon
94025H.L. Blomquist   131321942-04-19
U.S.A., Puerto Rico, Río Grande, Big Tree Trail, El Yunque., 18.308515 -65.775133

WTU:Vascular
Anisosorus hirsutus (L.) Underw. & Maxon
11271JWTJ. G. Jack   77671930-03-11
Cuba, Santa Clara, 3 ft. high. Loma Ventana, San Blas to Las Vegas de Mataguá, Buenos Aires., 427m


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