Dataset: BRIT-BRIT
Taxa: Cyclobalanopsis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas, Philecology Herbarium


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BRIT529707Gaoligong Shan Biodiversity Survey   341862006-08-27
China, Yunnan, Gongshan Zizhixian, Heiwadi Cun in the vicinity of Dimupo on the road from Gongshan to Kongdang, ca. 6.4 direct km WNW of Gongshan, E side of Gaoligong Shan., 27.7652 98.6031, 2380m

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BRIT532257Gaoligong Shan Biodiversity Survey   327182006-08-22
China, Yunnan, Gongshan Zizhixian, Along the Dandangwang He ca. 1 direct km SW of Bukawang, W side of the Dulong Jiang valley ca. 5.2 direct km SSW of Kongdang., 27.8351 98.3152, 1590m

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Cyclobalanopsis acuta (Thunb.) Oerst.
BRIT613222   
Taiwan, Province of China

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Cyclobalanopsis acuta (Thunb.) Oerst.
BRIT613223T. Iseki   s.n.1953-08-16
Japan, Hiroshima, Shiwabori-mura, Hiroshima Pref.

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Cyclobalanopsis gilva (Blume) Oerst.
BRIT613224H. Ando   s.n.1953-04-05
Japan, Miyazaki, Mt. Aiodake, Miyazaki Pref Japan

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BRIT613225T. Tanaka   1777821934-04-10
Taiwan, Province of China, Sirin, Taihoku-syu.

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BRIT613226   
Taiwan, Province of China

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BRIT613227   
Taiwan, Province of China

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BRIT613228   
Taiwan, Province of China

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Cyclobalanopsis longinux (Hayata) Schottky
BRIT613229   
Taiwan, Province of China

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Cyclobalanopsis gilva (Blume) Oerst.
BRIT613279Leopold A. Charette   14991953-10-24
Japan, Yamaguchi, Yamaguchi Prefecture: overlooking Kika Park, east slope of Castle Mountain (Shiro-yama) National Forest, west bank of Nishiki River, Yokoyama village in Iwakuni City (25.6 miles west of Hiroshima City)., 34.166667 132.166667, 80m


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