Dataset: MSC-
Search Criteria: Mexico; Baja California Sur; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Michigan State University


MSC
MSC0217609   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

MSC
MSC0217650   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

MSC
MSC0217652   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

MSC
MSC0223211   
Mexico, Baja California Sur

MSC
MSC0264905S. N. Stephenson   s.n.1967-05-03
Mexico, Baja California Sur, upper canyon 15 Km W of Loreto; Sierra de la Giganta, 25.98586 -111.626925

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Myriopteris aurea (Poir.) Grusz & Windham
MSC0265960Reid Moran   204401973-04-12
Mexico, Baja California Sur, upper north ridge, Volcan las Tres Virgenes., 27.466667 -112.6, 1675m

MSC
Myriopteris wootonii (Maxon) Grusz & Windham,
MSC0266550Reid Moran   204481973-04-12
Mexico, Baja California Sur, North slope of Volcán las Tres Vírgenes., 27.466667 -112.6, 1650m

MSC
MSC0266577Unknown   s.n.1968-10-31
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 50 km south of La Paz. Divide between San Antonio-El Triunfo., 23.813907 -110.082556

MSC
MSC0267925Reid Moran   238781976-11-24
Mexico, Baja California Sur, Cerro la Laguna, Sierra San Francisco., 27.583333 -113.033333, 1375m

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MSC0272780A. T. Cross   s.n.2008-07-16
Mexico, Baja California Sur, 16 miles south of San Agustin, 23.893547 -110.293991


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