Dataset: CATU-
Taxa: Thelypteris
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Catawba College Herbarium


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Thelypteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Weath.
CATU000151J. P. Carter   1942-05-21
United States, North Carolina, Lake Metoaka shore

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Thelypteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Weath.
CATU000152M. Merwin   1935-06-28
United States, North Carolina, Eagle's Nest, NC

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Thelypteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Weath.
CATU000153Frazer G. Poole   1937-07-18
United States, North Carolina, Buncombe

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CATU000154Roy C. Angle Jr.   1974-07-28
United States, North Carolina, Caldwell, Chestnut Mtn.

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CATU000155   1935-06-26
United States, North Carolina, Plott Creek

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CATU000156Rick Miller   1978-09-30
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Fodderstack Mtn. Trail near Highlands

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CATU000157M. J. Baranski   77-481977-06-11
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, NW slope along Kepley rd. and Goodson rd.

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CATU000158W. Micheal Willimas   1974-02-16
United States, North Carolina, Dare, Found near logging site

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CATU000159Roy C. Angle Jr.   1974-07-04
United States, North Carolina, Caldwell, Chestnut Mtn.

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CATU000160Frazer G. Poole   1940-08-16
United States, Pennsylvania, Monroe

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CATU003207   
United States, North Carolina, Macon, Highlands Biological Station

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CATU003974A. Breiding et.al   1976-09-07
United States, West Virginia, Monongalia, Deckers Creek, ROW Monongahela Power line

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Thelypteris torresiana (Gaudich.in Freyc.) Alston
CATU003949Juanita Faircloth   5981966-08-19
United States, Georgia, Echols, Norsworthy Farm, E side of Alapha River, 6 mi S of Stockton

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Thelypteris hexagonoptera (Michx.) Weath.
CATU003773Devin Rodgers   B-2172010-10-07
United States, North Carolina, Davie, Bittinger Tract adj to Point Rd and Yadkin River.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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