Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Nothofagus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
F. Meyer   76261944-12-27
Argentina, Unknown, San Carlos de Bariloche

SD:Plants
Nothofagus betuloides (Mirb.) Oerst.
Joseph R. Jehl   s.n.1970-05-20
Chile, Unknown, Newton Island, Cape Columbine, 51.88333 -73.7

SD:Plants
Nothofagus pumilio (Poepp. & Endl.) Krasser
Joseph R. Jehl   s.n.1970-05-14
Chile, Unknown, 53.18333 -71

SD:Plants
Nothofagus obliqua (Mirb.) Oerst.
W. A. Weber   9251976-11-11
Chile, Santiago, Unknown, Cerro Robles, coastal range above Santiago, above Caleu summit area, 1250m

SD:Plants
Nothofagus cliffortioides (Hook.f.) Oerst.
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
Nothofagus antarctica (G.Forst.) Oerst.
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
Nothofagus foeci
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
Nothofagus solandri (Hook.f.) Oerst.
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
Nothofagus menziesii (Hook.f.) Oerst.
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
Nothofagus arboreum
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park

SD:Plants
Nothofagus cunninghamii (Hook.) Oerst.
C. I. Jerabek   s.n.1945-03-01
United States, California, San Francisco, Golden Gate Park


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