Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: Cibotiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


BRY:V
Cibotium glaucum (Sm.) Hook. & Arn.
BRYV0098622K. Thorne   72461989-08-13
U.S.A., Hawaii, Hawaii, Kilauea Military Camp on Golf Club Road, cattle ranch and HVNP boundary.

BRY:V
Cibotium glaucum (Sm.) Hook. & Arn.
BRYV0098621K. Thorne   72451989-08-13
U.S.A., Hawaii, Hawaii, Kilauea Military Camp on Golf Club Road, cattle ranch and HVNP boundary.

BRY:V
Cibotium glaucum (Sm.) Hook. & Arn.
BRYV0098617Kaye H. Thorne   81301990-08-11
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu. Poamoho Trail to the summit of Koolau Range.

BRY:V
Cibotium glaucum (Sm.) Hook. & Arn.
BRYV0098615Kaye H. Thorne   103421992-05-26
U.S.A., Hawaii, Kauai, Kualapa Overlook, ca 9 air miles west of Kappa trailhead. Keahua Arboretum., 600m

BRY:V
Cibotium glaucum (Sm.) Hook. & Arn.
BRYV0098616Kaye H. Thorne   81301990-08-11
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu. Poamoho Trail to the summit of Koolau Range.

BRY:V
Cibotium hawaiense Nakai & Ogura
BRYV0098619Kaye H. Thorne   80771990-08-10
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu. Aiea heights Halawa Valley, archaelogical dig and future freeway site.

BRY:V
Cibotium hawaiense Nakai & Ogura
BRYV0098618Kaye H. Thorne   80771990-08-10
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu. Aiea heights Halawa Valley, archaelogical dig and future freeway site.

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Cibotium splendens (Gaudich.) Krajina ex Skottsb.
BRYV0012221Carol S. Schoener   424b1972-08-09
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu. Waimano Home Trail.

BRY:V
Cibotium splendens (Gaudich.) Krajina ex Skottsb.
BRYV0012222NoCollectorListed   424a0000-00-00
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu.

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Cibotium splendens (Gaudich.) Krajina ex Skottsb.
BRYV0098620K. Thorne   80241990-08-07
U.S.A., Hawaii, Oahu. Laie Trail to the ridge of Koolau Range., 823m


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