Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pleopeltis thyssanolepis (Polypodium thyssanolepis, Polypodium purpusii, Polypodium thyssanolepis var. thyssanolepis, Goniophlebium lanuginosum, Goniophlebium rhagadiolepis, Goniophlebium thyssanolepis, Heteroneuron paradoxum, Lepicystis rhagadiolepis, Lepicystis thyssanolepis, Marginaria thyssanole... (show all)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History


YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.020677John Gill Lemmon; Sara Allen Plummer   1882-08-00
United States of America, Arizona, Cochise, Huachuca Mountains

YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.021038John Hinchley Hart   
Jamaica

YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.021034Thomas Robert Soderstrom   1959-10-04
Mexico, Chihuahua, in mountains between San Francisco de Oro and Santa Barbara, near Arroyo de Granadena, 26.830216 -105.856578, 2134m

YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.021041Charles Christopher Parry; Edward Palmer   9711878-00-00
Mexico, San Luis Potosí, 1829 - 2438m

YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.021039Auguste Boniface Ghiesbreght   1864-00-00
Mexico, Chiapas

YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.021045Jose Guillermo Schaffner   1876-00-00
Mexico, San Luis Potosí

YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.021035John Raymond Reeder; Charlotte Goodding Reeder | Thomas Robert Soderstrom   34771960-09-15
Mexico, Chihuahua, 16 miles west of Cuauhtemoc, 28.408842 -107.125975, 2195m

YPM:YU
Polypodium thyssanolepis A. Braun ex Klotzsch
YU.021040Charles Christopher Parry; Edward Palmer   9711878-00-00
Mexico, San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosi, 22.136662 -100.949753, 1829 - 2438m


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