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

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


NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00389825Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1949-01-28
Dominican Republic, 70 km N of Trujillo City, 19.098704 -69.9

NCU:Pteridophytes
Histiopteris incisa (Thunb.) J. Sm.
NCU00388427Watson, Jim   9601981-07-21
Dominican Republic, La Vega, 35 km N of San Jose de Ocoa on the road to Constanza, 18.5 -70.5

NCU:Pteridophytes
Elaphoglossum piloselloides (C. Presl) T. Moore
NCU00427424Howard, R. A.   90381946-09-18
Dominican Republic, San Juan, Sabana Nueva

NCU:Pteridophytes
Saccoloma inaequale (Kunze) Mett.
NCU00427532Abbott, W. L.   29031923-12-14
Dominican Republic, Upper slopes of Loma Atravezada, base of Punta Cabron, Samana Peninsula, 19.32895 -69.248127, 30 - 600m

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00244976Dickison, William C.   3081985-05-18
Dominican Republic, La Siberia

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00354747Dickison, William C.   3081985-05-18
Dominican Republic, La Siberia

NCU:Pteridophytes
Diphasiastrum fawcettii (F.E. Lloyd & Underw.) Holub
NCU00428132Watson, J. B.   9181981-07-21
Dominican Republic, La Vega, 35 km N of San Jose de Ocoa on the road to Constanza; 18.5 -70.5, 18.5 -70.5, 2195m

NCU:Pteridophytes
Palhinhaea cernua (L.) Franco & Carv.
NCU00114346Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1949-01-28
Dominican Republic, Growing in foothills of the Cordillera Central... About 7.5 km from Trujilla City, Dom. Rep. [Trujillo City, Dominican Republic], 18.466667 -69.9, 305m

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00432413Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1949-01-31
Dominican Republic, the old fort of St. Barbara overlooking the River Ciudad, Trujillo

NCU:Pteridophytes
NCU00432414Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1949-01-31
Dominican Republic, the old fort of St. Barbara overlooking the River Ciudad, Trujillo


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