Dataset: CATU-
Taxa: selaginella => Selaginella, Selaginella
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Catawba College Herbarium


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Selaginella apoda (L.) C. Morren
CATU000028R. K. Liggon   1977-09-30
United States, North Carolina, Transylvania, Along stream near Windy Falls on Horsepasture Rvr.

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CATU000029M. Merwin   1939-02-12
United States, ?, Chatsworth Hills

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CATU000030M. Merwin   1937-12-12
United States, ?, Big Tujunga Canyon

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CATU000031Frazer G. Poole   1940-08-01
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Dunn's Mtn.

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CATU000032Jeff Babcock   1977-09-29
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Fodderstack Mt, near Highlands

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CATU000033Susan Ramsey   1974-01-07
United States, North Carolina, Avery, Off B R PKW growing on Granite Rock

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CATU000034Susan Ramsey   
United States, North Carolina, Avery, detailed locality information protected

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CATU002238unknown   1935-07-13
United States, North Carolina, unknown, Mt. Satulah

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Selaginella apoda (L.) C. Morren
CATU002241M Dejewski   1978-09-30
United States, North Carolina, Transylvania, Windy Falls, Horsepasture River

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Selaginella douglasii (Hook. & Grev.) Spring
CATU002249   1991-07-22
United States, Oregon, Clackamas, 900 ft.

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Selaginella apoda (L.) C. Morren
CATU003728Jonathan Cooley   12-1952012-04-20
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Catawba College Ecological Preserve

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Selaginella uncinata (Desv. ex Poir.) Spring
CATU003940John W Thieret   290381968-06-06
United States, Louisiana, West Feliciana, Locust Grove Cemetery, ca 4 mi east of Bains.

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CATU004320Virginia Merida   82016-10-14
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Dunn's Mountain. 35 37 24 N, 80 25 24 W


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