Dataset: NCU-Pteridophytes
Search Criteria: Bahamas; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Pteridophytes (extant)


NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00387951Correll, Donovan S.   512101980-03-05
Bahamas, Great Exuma... several miles from Richmond Hill, about 100 feet off roadway, 23.56944 -75.88417

NCU:Pteridophytes
Thelypteris kunthii (Desv.) C.V.Morton
NCU00433078Hill, Steven R.   8351972-05-25
Bahamas, Buckley's, Long Island

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00433081Hill, Steven R.   20021974-06-19
Bahamas, Near clinic, Clarence Town, Long Island, 23.1 -74.983333

NCU:Pteridophytes
Thelypteris reptans (J.F. Gmel.) Morton
NCU00433084Hill, Steven R.   23531974-06-28
Bahamas, Plants of Long Island, Bahamas. Across the Queen's Highway from the Morrisville School, Morrisville, 23.052663 -74.908662

NCU:Pteridophytes
Thelypteris reptans (J.F. Gmel.) Morton
NCU00433096Vagner, R.   s.n.1967-02-25
Bahamas, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island; along Queens highway


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