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

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


CINC
Thelypteris dentata (Forssk.) E.P. St. John
CINC-V-0020766Thomson, Geo M.   s.n1881-07-00
New Zealand, Ohinemutu

CINC
CINC-V-0015083   
United States, Ohio

CINC
CINC-V-0008830Lloyd, Curtis Gates   s.n.1904-00-00
Samoa, Upolu

CINC
CINC-V-0008832Lloyd, Curtis Gates   411904-10-00
Samoa, Upolu

CINC
Thelypteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Weath.
CINC-V-0015084   
United States, Ohio

CINC
Thelypteris interrupta (Willd.) K. Iwats.
CINC-V-0020548Link-Perez, M.A.   2172006-06-07
Argentina, Corrientes, Dpto. San Cosme. Ruta 43 to Santa Ana. "Entrada de Santa Ana."

CINC
Thelypteris leptocladia (Fée) Proctor
CINC-V-0023363Barcelona, Julie F.   11291997-01-09
Puerto Rico, Ciales, Municipio de Ciales, Barrio Fronton, Rd. 140, km. 49, 2591m

CINC
Thelypteris sancta (L.) Ching
CINC-V-0023357Barcelona, Julie F.   11361997-01-09
Puerto Rico, Ciales, Municipio de Ciales, Barrio Fronton, Rd. 140, km. 49, 320m

CINC
Thelypteris pennigera (G. Forst.) Allan
CINC-V-0020767Thomson, Geo M.   s.n1881-07-00
New Zealand, Otago Peninsula

CINC
Thelypteris pennigera (G. Forst.) Allan
CINC-V-0020773Thomson, Geo M.   s.n1881-07-00
New Zealand, Otago Peninsula

CINC
CINC-V-0005278Elmer, A.D.E.   203831921-10-00
Malaysia, Sabah, Sandakan [formerly: British North Borneo; Sandakan, Myburgh Province.], 5.843391 118.052704

CINC
Sphaerostephanos arbuscula (Willd.) Holttum
CINC-V-0006848Lloyd, Curtis Gates   s.n.1904-10-00
Samoa, Upolu, Upolu

CINC
Christella harveyi (Mett. ex Kuhn) Holtt.
CINC-V-0023034Lloyd, C.G.   s.n1904-10-00
Samoa, Upolu

CINC
Pneumatopteris rodigasiana (T. Moore) Holttum
CINC-V-0008829Lloyd, Curtis Gates   s.n.1904-10-00
Samoa, Upolu


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