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

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Field Museum of Natural History Pteridophyte Collection


F
V0077307FM. G. Price & B. F. Hernaez   751975-04-18
Philippines, Samar, Western Samar, municipalities of Gandara & Matuguiao

F
V0077306FA. D. E. Elmer   166421916-07-00
Philippines, Sorsogon, Irosin, Mt. Bulusan, 12.75 124.033333

F
C0363077F   s.n.
New Caledonia

F
C0362883FR. B. Faden   74/3661974-03-30
Tanzania

F
C0362884FR. B. Faden   74/3661974-03-30
Tanzania

F
C0381933FR. B. Faden   76/4811976-12-04
Sri Lanka

F
C0381934FR. B. Faden   76/4811976-12-04
Sri Lanka

F
Sphaerostephanos lobatus (Copel.) Holtt.
C0378514FA. D. E. Elmer   175191917-06-00
Philippines

F
C0378448FR. B. Foster   154691994-02-15
Papua New Guinea

F
C0377833F   s.n.1877-02-00
Indonesia

F
C0377834FH. Poli   s.n.
Indonesia

F
Sphaerostephanos norrisii (Rosenst.) Holttum
C0377866FM. S. Clemens   s.n.1907-07-00
Philippines

F
C0377946FB. E. G. M. Allen   25131954-12-26
Malaysia

F
C0381935FR. B. Faden   76/4811976-12-04
Ceylon [Sri Lanka]

F
Sphaerostephanos spenceri (Christ) Holttum
C0382032F   117231909-09-00
Philippines, Davao del Sur, Davao, Todaya, Mt. Apo

F
Sphaerostephanos norrisii (Rosenst.) Holttum
C0377865FM. S. Clemens   s.n.1907-07-00
Philippines

F
C0382037FM. G. Price   33381975-11-26
Philippines, Ilocos Norte

F
C0382049FB. E. G. M. Allen   39351958-04-21
Malaysia

F
C0383654FR. B. Foster   154151994-02-13
Papua New Guinea

F
C0383655FO. G. Gideon & P. Piskaut   200512002-11-29
Papua New Guinea

F
C0383656FO. G. Gideon & P. Piskaut   200512002-11-29
Papua New Guinea

F
C0377767FR. Schlechter   180381908-07-18
Germany

F
C0377826FK. U. Kramer   82741980-11-23
China, Hong Kong, New Territories, Tai Po Kau Forest Reserve near Tai Po, 330m


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