Dataset: BRU
Search Criteria: United Kingdom; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brown University


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PBRU00064196John Hardy   1660
United Kingdom

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PBRU00067968Peter Heywood   1963-07-23
United Kingdom, Scotland, Acid bog at edge of pinewood

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PBRU00067964Peter Heywood   1963-08-04
United Kingdom, Scotland, Exposed acid moorland at 2000 ft, Ben Alligan

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PBRU00069789Briggs   1869-06-03
United Kingdom, England, Devon, Herb. William Stout. Pasture land in the border of Dartmoor.

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PBRU00067961Peter Heywood   1963-08-23
United Kingdom, England, Derbyshire, Acid moorland at 1000 ft, Kinder Scout

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PBRU00067967Peter Heywood   1963-08-30
United Kingdom, On waste ground

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Dryopteris carthusiana (Vill.) H.P. Fuchs
PBRU00067960Peter Heywood   1963-08-01
United Kingdom, Scotland, Damp pinewood near Torridon

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Polypodium vulgare auct. non L. p.p.
PBRU00067957Peter Heywood   1963-08-01
United Kingdom, Scotland, Growing on limestone wall

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PBRU00072647R. Turner   16261880-07-17
United Kingdom, Scotland, County of Perth

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PBRU00067962Peter Heywood   1963-08-30
United Kingdom, On waste ground

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PBRU00067949Peter Heywood   1963-08-23
United Kingdom, England, Derbyshire, Growing by a canal, near Buxton

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Spinulum annotinum (L.) A. Haines
PBRU00067965Peter Heywood   1963-07-22
United Kingdom, Scotland, In ganite corrie at 1800 ft, Cairngorm

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Dryopteris dilatata (Hoffm.) A. Gray
PBRU00067958Peter Heywood   1963-08-01
United Kingdom, Scotland, Rock ledge at 500 ft

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Selaginella selaginoides (L.) P. Beauv. ex Mart. & Schrank
PBRU00067966Peter Heywood   1963-07-21
United Kingdom, Scotland, Exposed acid moorland at 2000 ft

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PBRU00072556Henry Ibbotson   16141846-10-00
United Kingdom, England, Devon

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PBRU00067956Peter Heywood   1963-08-02
United Kingdom, Scotland, Damp pinewood, at sea level, near Torridon

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Huperzia selago (L.) Bernh. ex Schrank & Mart.
PBRU00067963Peter Heywood   1963-08-04
United Kingdom, Scotland, Granite scree at 3500 ft, Ben Alligan


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