Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sceptridium biternatum (Botrychium biternatum, Botrychium dissectum var. tenuifolium, Botrychium fumariae, Botrychium fumarianum, Botrychium fumarioides, Botrychium obliquum var. tenuifolium, Botrychium tenuifolium, Botrychium ternatum f. tenuifolium, Botrychium ternatum var. daedaleum, Osmunda bite... (show all)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin State Herbarium


WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346823WISR. K. Godfrey   s.n.1939-08-21
United States, South Carolina, Berkeley, Rich woodland, junction of Santee Canal and Santee River west of Pineville.

WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346825WISH. Icks   52441955-03-27
United States, Arkansas, Newton, 2.6 miles NE. of Boxley (44 miles E. of Fayetteville), 36.016667 -93.383333, 335 - 396m

WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346826WISD. M. Moore   4510971945-09-04
United States, Arkansas, Hot Springs, N. Malvern

WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346827WISR. Dale Thomas   375931973-11-04
United States, Louisiana, Washington, Pine woods north of eastern edge of LSU Forestry purchase northeast of Sheridan and La. 10

WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346828WISR. Dale Thomas   320761972-09-19
United States, Louisiana, Jackson, Flat woods beside Antwine Creek SW of Wyatt N of LA 505. Sec. 31, T14N, R3W

WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346830WIS   s.n.0000-02-00

WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346831WISS. M. Tracy   86431903-04-01
United States, Mississippi, Simpson

WIS:Pteridophyte
Sceptridium biternatum (Savigny) Lyon
v0346835WISW. C. Holmes   32131977-10-11
United States, Louisiana, Natchitoches, NSU Wellwoods, at edge of Natchitoches on Hwy 6; rich woods

West Virginia University Herbarium


WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0000681   

WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0000680   

WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0000679   

WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0000683   

WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0000682   

WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0000684   

WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0030918John P. Tosh   7201940-09-24
United States, West Virginia, Raleigh, Stanaford, at W.P.A. rock querry

WVA
Botrychium biternatum (Sav.) Underw.
WVA-V-0030919Isabelle Lycan   1931-09-05
United States, West Virginia, Wayne, Hammond Hollow; Ft. Gay, 1 mile north

Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History


YPM:YU
Botrychium biternatum (Savigny) Underw.
YU.007062Roy Dale Thomas; Robin Reid   334951972-10-24
United States of America, Louisiana, Jackson, along branch of Castor Creek, north of dirt road in north part of SEC 27, T16N, R1W, southwest of Eros, 32.347667 -92.458265

YPM:YU
YU.007305Wilkes Expedition   1838-00-00
United States of America, Oregon, Oregon territory

YPM:YU
YU.007060Josiah Hale   1878-02-00
United States of America, Alabama, Mobile, Mobile, 30.703213 -88.096612

YPM:YU
YU.007136Edward Read Memminger   
United States of America, North Carolina, Henderson, Flat Rock, 35.271228 -82.451464

YPM:YU
Botrychium biternatum (Savigny) Underw.
YU.007057Charles Theodore Mohr   1868-04-00
United States of America, Alabama, Mobile, Mobile, 30.703213 -88.096612

YPM:YU
Botrychium biternatum (Savigny) Underw.
YU.007055Charles Theodore Mohr   1879-04-00
United States of America, Alabama, Mobile, near Mobile, 30.694 -88.049866

YPM:YU
Botrychium biternatum (Savigny) Underw.
YU.007061Roy Dale Thomas   375931973-11-04
United States of America, Louisiana, Washington, LSU Forestry purchase northeast of Sheridan and LA 10, SEC 10, T2S, R12E, 30.891678 -89.981911

YPM:YU
YU.007137John Donnell Smith   1883-09-27
United States of America, South Carolina, near junction of Broad and Congaree Rivers, 34.004171 -81.06125


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