Dataset: BRU
Search Criteria: Switzerland; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University


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PBRU00064408Louis, Emile Gross   1853-00-00
Switzerland

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PBRU00064200Christ   1884-00-00
Switzerland, Valais Alps, 1800m

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PBRU00064406Christ   1885-00-00
Switzerland, Swiss Alps

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Selaginella helvetica (Linnaeus) Link
PBRU00063863Christ   1883-07-00
Switzerland, Valais, 4000 feet.

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PBRU00063875Christ   1874-07-00
Switzerland

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PBRU00063898Dr. Milde   1851-10-00
Switzerland

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PBRU00072531Christ   1885-05-00
Switzerland, Valais

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PBRU00073860Rose Masson   1874-08-00
Switzerland, Grotto de St. Aubin, Ctn. Neuchatel. Grasse, Alpes, Maritimes, France.

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PBRU00072532Louis Gross, Emile Gross   
Switzerland, Valais

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PBRU00072597Christ   1885-07-00
Switzerland

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Aspidium dilatatum (Hoffm.) Sm.
PBRU00072640Christ   1885-00-00
Switzerland, Brunig, Alps.

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PBRU00072577Mrs. Roy   1873-00-00
Switzerland, Stone wall.

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PBRU00072658   
Switzerland, Alps.

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PBRU00072627Christ   1885-07-00
Switzerland, Brunig, Alps.

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Polypodium vulgare auct. non L. p.p.
PBRU00073692Christ   1885-07-00
Switzerland

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PBRU00072595   261866-00-00
Switzerland

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PBRU00072591Christ   1885-06-00
Switzerland

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PBRU00072624Christ   1885-07-00
Switzerland, Altitude 1000 m.; Alps; Brunig

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PBRU00072608Christ   1886-07-00
Switzerland

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PBRU00072543H. Christ   1885-00-00
Switzerland

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Asplenium fontanum (L.) Bernh.
PBRU00072540Christ   1885-05-00
Switzerland, Valais

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Cryptogramma crispa R. Br. ex Hook.
PBRU00065845Christ   1883-00-00
Switzerland, Swiss Alps, M. ghion valais. Alt. 2000 meters.

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Cryptogramma crispa R. Br. ex Hook.
PBRU00073908   
Switzerland, From the Checklist of the ferns of North America, published by John Robinson, 1873. Number: 32. Mt. St. Gotthard, Alps. Alt. 6000 to 7000 ft.


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