Dataset: F
Taxa: Amauropelta
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History Pteridophyte Collection


F
Amauropelta aspidioides (Willd.) Pic. Serm.
C0635712FA. H. G. Alston   87721939-06-05
Panama, Coclé

F
Amauropelta juergensii (Rosenst.) Salino & T. E. Almeida
C0358781FJ. Cuatrecasas   210311946-05-15
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Costa del Pacífico: Quebrada de Santa Ana, tributaria de la de San Joaquin: El Tambo (Pacific Coast, Buenaventura: Santa Ana Ravine, tributary of the San Joaquin Ravine: El Tambo), 20 - 30m

F
Amauropelta globulifera (Brack.) Holttum
C0363072FT. W. Flynn   22401987-07-09
U.S.A., Hawaii, Kauai, Kauai island|Kokee State Park, Kalalau Valley at 18.40 miles, 1128 - 1219m

F
Amauropelta bergiana (Schltdl.) Holttum
C0362889FR. A. Maas Geesteranus   59991949-09-01
Kenya

F
C0361249FA. Duss   40511896-04-00
Guadeloupe


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