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

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


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NCU00146841Elias, T. S.   8531964-09-09
Guatemala, Jutiapa, 3 miles west of Jutiapa, 14.289674 -89.948582

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NCU00244982Weatherwax   2011945-02-10
Guatemala, N of Quirigua, 15.268918 -89.040491

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NCU00384693Rowland, L. O.   B-571964-06-06
Guatemala, La Jagua, Murcielago, ca 10 mi E of El Estor on Lake Izabal

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NCU00429839Rowland, L. O.   B-71964-05-20
Guatemala, along edge of Jagua Creek, Murcielago, ca 10 mi E of El Estor of Lake Izabel

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NCU00429843Rowland, L. O.   B-291964-05-29
Guatemala, near La Jagua Creek, Murcielago, Lake Izabal

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NCU00432044Rojas   1451922-09-23
Guatemala, Suchitepequez, Cuyotenango, 14.533333 -91.566667, 500m

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NCU00432374Elias, T. S.   5601964-09-05
Guatemala, Escuintla, W of Esquintla [sic; Escuintla], 14.305 -90.785

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NCU00432383Elias, T. S.   4801964-09-04
Guatemala, Escuintla, W of Esquintla [sic; Escuintla], 14.305 -90.785

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Adiantum tetraphyllum Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.
NCU00432393Weatherwax, Paul   1941945-02-06
Guatemala, Izabal, N of Quiriguá, 15.268918 -89.040491

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NCU00432402Weatherwax, Paul   4471945-07-28
Guatemala, Izabal, at ruins of Quirigua; 15.273894 -89.056367, 15.269837 -89.040574

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NCU00015327Melhus, I. E.   36141944-09-26
Guatemala, Huehuetenango, near Todos Santos, 15.516667 -91.616667, 2470m

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NCU00433001Hatch, W. R.   3851936-08-23
Guatemala, Retalhuleu, Finca San José Nil, Retalhuleu


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