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

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Catawba College Herbarium


CATU
Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU000150David Scott   1979-03-10
United States, California, Whitley

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Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU000166Christy Denny   H5CD801980-04-12
United States, North Carolina, Bladen, Rt. 53 roadside enterance to Singletary Lake Camp

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Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU000167Gregory Joyce   80-461980-03-12
United States, North Carolina, Bladen, Rt. 53 1/2 mile south of Singletary Lake roadside

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CATU000169M. Merwin   1938-00-00
United States, California, Big Tujunga Canyon

CATU
Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU002386Dave Wooten   83-391983-10-27
United States, North Carolina, Cumberland, Gorden Butler Refuge, Hope Mill.

CATU
Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU003761Devin Rodgers   B-1492010-08-25
United States, North Carolina, Davie, LTCNC's Bittinger tract adj. to Point Rd./Yadkin R.

CATU
Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU003539Zac Frye   1131990-04-15
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Off Hwy 601, Grants Creek 1/4 mile N of Catawba College

CATU
Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU004263Jonathan Cooley   2012-10-12
United States, North Carolina, Rowan, Catawba College Ecological Preserve. Near end of Lily Ave. Salisbury.

CATU
CATU004817Dallas Vann   WOP-112018-11-02
USA, North Carolina, Onslow, White Oak River Gamelands. Power line cut.

CATU
Woodwardia areolata (L.) T. Moore
CATU004818Dallas Vann   SCP-72018-09-21
USA, North Carolina, Rowan, 35.697354 -80.547181


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