Dataset: BRU
Search Criteria: Puerto Rico; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University


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PBRU00033508A. A. Heller   46161900-02-18
Puerto Rico, Eastern slope of the Luqillo Mountains. Alt. 1500 feet.

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PBRU00065617A. A. Heller   43841900-01-25
Puerto Rico, Collected two miles notheast of mayaguez Altitude, 400 feet

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PBRU00064481A. A. Heller   43531900-01-23
Puerto Rico, Collected two miles northeast of Mayaguez. Altitude, 400 feet.

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PBRU00065008A. A. Heller   45191900-02-05
Puerto Rico, On rocky shore at Aguadilla. Altitude, 50 feet.

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PBRU00066278A. A. Heller   44681900-02-01
Puerto Rico, Alt. 1000 ft.

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Pteris biaurita Linnaeus, Carl von
PBRU00066388A. A. Heller   44501900-01-31
Puerto Rico, Collected six miles northeast of Mayaquez. Altitude, 800 feet.

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PBRU00064997A. A. Heller   45581900-02-09
Puerto Rico, Altitude, 100 feet. Collected near Mayaguez.

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PBRU00067122A. A. Heller   43831900-01-25
Puerto Rico, Collected two miles northeast of Mayaquez. Altitude, 400 feet.

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Aspidium scolopendrioides Mettenius, Georg Heinrich
PBRU00072118A. A. Heller   45201900-02-05
Puerto Rico, Altitude, 50 feet. Collected on rocky seashore at Aquadilla.

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PBRU00067110A. A. Heller   44731900-02-01
Puerto Rico, Altitude 1000 feet. Collected fourteen miles northeast of Mayaguez.

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PBRU00067556A. A. Heller   45181900-02-05
Puerto Rico, Collected on rocky seashore at Aguadilla. Altitude, 50 feet.

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PBRU00073219A. A. Heller   46211900-02-18
Puerto Rico, Mountains, eastern slopes.

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PBRU00073222A. A. Heller   45571900-02-09
Puerto Rico

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PBRU00073768A. A. Heller   44671900-02-01
Puerto Rico, 14 miles northeast of Mayaguez.

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PBRU00073613A. A. Heller   44761900-02-01
Puerto Rico, Collected fourteen miles northeast of Mayaguez.

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Alsophila aspera (L.) Spreng.
PBRU00073730A. A. Heller   45951900-02-12
Puerto Rico, Mesa south of the town.

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PBRU00073635A. A. Heller   46201900-02-18
Puerto Rico, Collected on the Eastern Slope of the Luquillo Mountains.


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