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

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (extant)


NCU
NCU00391781Bosser, J.   12.1661957-05-00
Reunion, St. Philippe [Saint-Philippe] (Beloni), -21.358515 55.767954

NCU
Polypodium excavatum Bory ex Willd.
NCU00432580Anonymous   s.n.
Reunion, La Reunion, -21.1 55.6

NCU
Polypodium argyratum Bory ex Willd.
NCU00135646de l'Isle, M. B.   1801875-00-00
Reunion, Balowa [?], -21.1 55.6

NCU
NCU00433126Anonymous   s.n.1882-10-02
Reunion, Reunion, -21.1 55.6

NCU
Vittaria scolopendrina (Bory) Thwaites
NCU00433152Onraedt, Frere Maurice   69R071969-12-18
Reunion, PTERIDOPHYTES DE LA REUNION. REUNION: Reserve forestiere de al Mare Congue, pres de Saint Philippe, 200m


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