Dataset: GEO
Taxa: Cystopteridaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Emory University Herbarium


GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
6117Frank H. Bell   1941-05-17
United States of America, West Virginia, Monongalia County, Chestnut Ridge

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
16620Homer Duppstadt   1964-08-04
United States of America, West Virginia, Greenbrier County, Camp Wood

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
23250J.A. Labriola   1973-10-19
United States of America, West Virginia, Grant County, Greenland Gap

GEO:General Collection
16327   1975-06-28
United States of America, Michigan, Mecosta County, unspecified

GEO:General Collection
13473Wilbur H. Duncan   1949-06-05
United States of America, Georgia, Fulton County, Marsh Creek

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
6118Elizabeth Ann Bartholomew   1941-05-24
United States of America, West Virginia, Wirt County, Palestine Bass Hatchery, Little Kanawha River

GEO:Granite Outcrop
13474Wilbur H. Duncan; Haskell Venard; G. W. McDowell   1946-08-04
United States of America, Georgia, Towns County, Hightower Bald

GEO:Southern Appalachian Botanical Club
23251J.A. Labriola   1973-09-00
United States of America, West Virginia, Grant County, Greenland Gap

GEO:Eyles Florae
68Don E. Eyles   1941-05-25
United States of America, Tennessee, Obion County, Samburg


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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