Dataset: RM-
Taxa: Cirriphyllum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Rocky Mountain Herbarium


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Cirriphyllum cirrosum (Schwaegr. in Schultes) Grout
363099A. Zmuda   12221913-08-20
Poland, Tatry zach. Grota w Oknacxh Zbojnickich.

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Cirriphyllum cirrosum (Schwaegr. in Schultes) Grout
320373Frederick J. Hermann   277681977-05-30
U.S.A., Colorado, Boulder, Rocky Mountain National Park: Wild Basin: Thunder Lake Trail: Ouzel Falls, 4 mi W of Allenspark., 2866m

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Cirriphyllum cirrosum (Schwaegr. in Schultes) Grout
290247Frederick J. Hermann   243571971-08-26
U.S.A., Colorado, Clear Creek, Mt. Evans: S shore of Summit Lake, 12 mi WSW of Idaho Springs., 3963m

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Cirriphyllum piliferum (Schreb.) Grout
363097A. Zmuda   12601913-08-18
Poland, Tatry zach. Grota Magory.

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Cirriphyllum piliferum (Schreb.) Grout
363123A. Zmuda   13231913-08-13
Poland, Tatry zach. Grota Alabastrowa.

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Cirriphyllum piliferum (Schreb.) Grout
363124A. Zmuda   12931913-08-18
Poland, Tatry zach. Grota Magory.

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Cirriphyllum piliferum (Schreb.) Grout
363066A. Zmuda   12601913-08-18
Poland, Tatry zach. Grota Magory.


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