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

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (extant)


NCU
NCU00365782Soo, Rezso   s.n.1950-08-00
Hungary, Mt. Bukk, in silvis inter praed. Bankut et Javorkut supra pag. Omassa, 48.063146 20.48455

NCU
NCU00365787Anonymous   s.n.1950-06-21
Hungary, Nyirsegense, in silvis umbrosis Kormei-erdo pr. pag. Aporliget

NCU
NCU00368315de Soo, R.   s.n.1950-08-00
Hungary, Mt. Bukk, in silvis declivium pr. balneas Lillafured, 48.1 20.633333

NCU
NCU00381715Soo, Rezso   s.n.1953-06-22
Hungary, Mt. Bukk... vallis Ablakosko sub praedium Csurgo

NCU
NCU00378420Soo-Borsos   s.n.1953-05-13
Hungary, Mt. Mecsek... Mt. Zengo, pro. opp. Pecs

NCU
NCU00378409Simon, T.   s.n.1950-06-21
Hungary, Nyirsegense... Kormei-erdo pr. pag. Aporliget

NCU
NCU00382942de Soo, R.   s.n.1964-09-17
Hungary, Praematricum, in alneto pr. opp. Sari

NCU
NCU00384160Soo, Rezso   s.n.1950-08-00
Hungary, Mt. Bukk... pr. blaneas Lillafured, 48.104599 20.622776

NCU
Polystichum lobatum (Huds.) Bast.
NCU00386782Soo, Rezso   s.n.1950-08-00
Hungary, Mt. Bukk, in silvis demetisque mt. Nyarujhegy - Ordogoldal inter praed. Szentlelek et Bankut

NCU
Polystichum lobatum (Huds.) Bast.
NCU00386772Soo, Rezso   s.n.1956-05-28
Hungary, cott. Baranya, mt. Mecsek, in silvis mt. Jakab hegy pr. opp. Pecs

NCU
Woodsia ilvensis (L.) R. Br.
NCU00388077Soo, Rezso   s.n.1953-09-01
Hungary, Mt. Matra, in saxosis mt. Kecskehegy pr. Matrahaza

NCU
NCU00388259Soo, Rezso   s.n.1953-09-01
Hungary, Mt. Matra, in silvis ad locum Pisztrangosto pr. Matrahaza

NCU
NCU00137645Soo, Rezso   s.n.1956-05-28
Hungary, FLORA HUNGARICA Cott. Baranya, mt. Mecsek... mt. Jakabhegy pr. opp. Pecs

NCU
NCU00432567de Soo, Rezso   s.n.1947-06-01
Hungary, Budapest, in silvis Mt. Taborhegy - Viharhegy


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