Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Asplenium septentrionale, Asplenium septentrionale subsp. caucasicum (Asplenium caucasicum), Asplenium septentrionale subsp. rehmanii (Asplenium dirense), Asplenium septentrionale subsp. septentrionale (Acropteris septentrionalis, Acrostichum laciniatum, Acrostichum septentrionale, Amesium sasakii, Amesium septentrionale, Asplenium bifurcatum, Asplenium bifurcum, Asplenium sasakii, Asplenium septentrionale var. sasakii, Belvisia septentrionalis, Blechnum septentrionale, Chamaefilix septentrionalis, Tarachia septentrionalis, Scolopendrium septentrionale, Stormesia bifurcata, Trichomanes petraeum)
Search Criteria: Illinois; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History Pteridophyte Collection


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C0601790FE. Hall   1862-00-00
U.S.A., Illinois


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