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

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (extant)


NCU
NCU00244950   
Puerto Rico, [no locality data]

NCU
Cnemidaria horrida (L.) C. Presl
NCU00110755Bannister, Barbara   PR1011965-12-20
Puerto Rico, Growing near El Verde Experimental Station, Luquillo National Forest

NCU
NCU00360993Britton, Nathaniel Lord   85951926-02-24
Puerto Rico, EXPLORATION OF PORTO RICO... near Ciales, 18.335794 -66.468594

NCU
NCU00361092Hess, W. E.   1731913-11-08
Puerto Rico, Utuado, 18.265945 -66.700213

NCU
NCU00369632Hill, Steven R.   1101970-05-31
Puerto Rico, Rio Abajo Preserve

NCU
Cyathea portoricensis Spreng. ex Kuhn
NCU00371986Anonymous   s.n.1951-09-22
Puerto Rico, Maricao Insular florest, 610m

NCU
NCU00387952Thorp, James   s.n.1931-00-00
Puerto Rico, on Arecibo - Aquadilla Rd. just W of Rio Guajataca

NCU
Dicranopteris flexuosa (Schrad.) Underw.
NCU00389828Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1907-08-13
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez P. R. [Puerto Rico], 18.206377 -67.144688

NCU
Dicranopteris flexuosa (Schrad.) Underw.
NCU00389829Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1907-08-13
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez P. R. [Puerto Rico], 18.206377 -67.144688

NCU
NCU00389694Bannister, Barbara   PR921965-12-19
Puerto Rico, Growing near El Verde Experimental Station, Luquillo National Forest, 18.32069 -65.819676

NCU
NCU00389693Bannister, Barbara   PR921965-12-19
Puerto Rico, Growing near El Verde Experimental Station, Luquillo National Forest, 18.32069 -65.819676

NCU
NCU00391692Bannister, Barbara   PR911965-12-18
Puerto Rico, Growing near El Verde Experimental Station, Luquillo National Forest

NCU
NCU00391736Bannister, Barbara   PR891965-12-18
Puerto Rico, Growing near El Verde Experimental Station, Luquillo National Forest

NCU
NCU00392270Britton, Nathaniel Lord   83731925-03-15
Puerto Rico, EXPLORATION OF PORTO RICO... near Cidra, 18.175833 -66.161389

NCU
Palhinhaea cernua (L.) Franco & Carv.
NCU00114355Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1907-08-13
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Porta Rico [sic; Puerto Rico], 18.207157 -67.144859

NCU
NCU00431884Hill, Steven R.   1201970-06-02
Puerto Rico, Maricao Forest; 18.150861 -66.985729, 18.150861 -66.985729

NCU
NCU00439035Hioram, Bro.   9051913-08-09
Puerto Rico, Portorico, Maricas [?]

NCU
NCU00142762Blauner   s.n.1852-00-00
Puerto Rico, Portorico [sic; Puerto Rico], 18.226724 -66.47229

NCU
NCU00141234Hioram, Frere   s.n.1912-07-03
Puerto Rico, Porto Rico [sic]. Rio Viedras, pres San Juan

NCU
NCU00431688Anonymous   s.n.
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, 18.226724 -66.417358

NCU
Psilotum nudum (L.) Beauv.
NCU00431693Hill, Steven R.   911970-05-31
Puerto Rico, Haystack Region, Casa di Piedra, Puerto Rico, Rt 378, 18.091193 -66.794879

NCU
NCU00432057Dale, E. E.   221924-00-00
Puerto Rico, El Yunque and vicinity, 18.292909 -65.798004

NCU
NCU00432603Hioram, Frere   81912-07-10
Puerto Rico, Lago San Jose, pres San Juan, 18.427972 -66.02949

NCU
NCU00432361Anonymous   s.n.1951-08-17
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, near Mayaguez, 18.205852 -67.143143, 305m

NCU
NCU00432362Anonymous   s.n.
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, 18.226724 -66.417358

NCU
NCU00432373Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1907-08-13
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Porta Rico [sic; Puerto Rico]; 18.207157 -67.144859, 18.207157 -67.144859

NCU
NCU00015337Bannister, B.   PR1051965-12-23
Puerto Rico, Growing near El Verde Experimental Station, Luquillo National Park

NCU
NCU00126596Peifer, Mark   s.n.2012-04-09
Puerto Rico, Old San Juan, E end of Paseo de La Princesa, 18.463425 -66.116911

NCU
NCU00432913Hill, S. R.   21970-05-21
Puerto Rico, El Yunque, Luquillo Experimental Forest., 1036m

NCU
NCU00432925Hess, W. E.   3001913-10-20
Puerto Rico, Maricao

NCU
NCU00432605Coker, William Chambers   s.n.1907-08-13
Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Porta Rico [sic; Puerto Rico]; 18.207157 -67.144859, 18.207157 -67.144859


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