Dataset: CINC
Taxa: Ophioglossaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Cincinnati, Margaret H. Fulford Herbarium - Vascular Plants


CINC
CINC-V-0015112   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0021828Neupauer, John C.   930520011993-05-20
United States, Ohio, Montgomery, Germantown Preserve.

CINC
CINC-V-0021829Neupauer, John C.   940527071994-05-27
United States, Ohio, Scioto, Shawnee State Forest; Steep wet bank 1.8 miles West of the Maintenance Depot of Lampblack Road.

CINC
CINC-V-0011308   
New Zealand, W. Dunedin

CINC
CINC-V-0021827Neupauer, John C.   920429011992-04-29
United States, Ohio, Hamilton, Hazelwood Botanical Preserve.

CINC
CINC-V-0015115   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0021831Neupauer, John C.   880924021988-09-24
United States, Ohio, Clermont, East Fork State Park; growing in open second growth.

CINC
CINC-V-0015113   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015120   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015121   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015117   
United States, Ohio, detailed locality information protected

CINC
CINC-V-0005293Wang, C.   353181933-12-13
China, Hainan, Hainan, 19.176498 109.873535

CINC
CINC-V-0015116   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015118   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015114   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0015119   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0021830Neupauer, John C.   880924031988-09-24
United States, Ohio, Clermont, East Fork State Park; growing in open second growth.

CINC
Ophioglossum falcatum (C. Presl) Fowler
CINC-V-0011306Eubank, Lois   181941-10-05
United States, Hawaii, Kipapa Gulch, Koolau Range, Waipio, Oahu., 427m

CINC
Ophioglossum falcatum (C. Presl) Fowler
CINC-V-0011307Eubank, Lois   81941-10-05
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu, Kipapa Gulch, Koolau Range, Waipio, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands., 427m

CINC
CINC-V-0021343Thomson, Geo M.   s.n1879-03-00
New Zealand, n'r Dunedin.


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