Dataset: NCU-
Taxa: Davalliaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (extant)


NCU
NCU00372280Smitinand, T.   47381958-07-16
Thailand, Northern: Chiengmai, Doi Chieng Dao, 1900m

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Araiostegia pulchra (D. Don) Copel.
NCU00371927Smitinand, T.   60501959-07-24
Thailand, Northern: Tak, Mussar village, 800 - 900m

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Davallia denticulata (Burm.) Mett.; Kuhn
NCU00371934Louis, Jean   99151938-06-22
Democratic Republic of the Congo, FLORA CONGOLANA. LOC.: Yangambi, plateau de la Luweo [?], 470m

NCU
NCU00371933Smitinand, T.   9331949-08-09
Thailand, Peninsular: N. Srithamarat, Hin Plong

NCU
Davallia solida (J.R. Forst.) Sw.
NCU00372472Musselman, Lytton J.   53211977-05-22
New Caledonia, on west coast near village of Maia

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Davallia repens (L. fil.) Kuhn
NCU00372360Chow, K. S.   783901978-00-00
China, Hainan: Janfengling; 19.2 109.6, 19.2 109.6, 800 - 900m

NCU
Davallia repens (L. fil.) Kuhn
NCU00372475Boufford, David E.   202491977-10-15
Japan, Kagoshima, KYUSHU... Yakushima Island Kami-yaku-cho. Nagata. Togakokezawa. Upstream from Mochida-bashi Bridge along the Nagata-gawa River, 30.379167 130.448333, 100 - 200m

NCU
Davallia repens (L. fil.) Kuhn
NCU00372474Ito, R.   1441958-10-19
Japan, Mie, Kuki-saki, Owase, Prov. Kii [sic; Mie], Honshu, 34.066667 136.2

NCU
Davallia repens (L. fil.) Kuhn
NCU00372473Mimura, S.   s.n.1959-12-28
Japan, Mie, Owase-shi, 34.070778 136.190972

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NCU00371928Redfearn, Paul L., Jr.   304691975-01-31
Canary Islands, Gran Canaria. Barranco de Virgen, E of Moya and N of Azuaje, 244 - 305m

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NCU00371940Redfearn, Paul L., Jr.   301741975-01-27
Canary Islands, Gran Canaria. Along north-facing steep slopes of Barranco de Telde. ca. 4 km SW of Valesquillo. Vicinity of Rincon de Tenteniguada, 671 - 823m

NCU
NCU00427534Bartsch, Paul   2431908-03-14
Philippines, About Baguio, Benguet Province, Luzon

NCU
Davallia mariesii T. Moore ex Baker
NCU00371931Sather, Dawson   56881984-08-12
Japan, Oita, Kuju highlands. At Oike lake at north foot of Mt. Kurodake, 33.123842 131.294403

NCU
Davallia mariesii T. Moore ex Baker
NCU00371930Sather, Dawson   56871984-08-12
Japan, Oita, Kuju highlands. At Oike lake at north foot of Mt. Kurodake, 33.123842 131.294403

NCU
Davallia mariesii T. Moore ex Baker
NCU00371929Ohba, H.   401971-09-24
Japan, Saitama, Hannoo-shi, Koika, 200m

NCU
Davallia mariesii T. Moore ex Baker
NCU00372357Boufford, David E.   202521977-10-16
Japan, Kagoshima, Yakushima Island. Kami-yaku-cho. Shira-tani-unsuikyo., 30.375556 130.570833, 500 - 750m

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Davallia mariesii T. Moore ex Baker
NCU00372358Tanaka, Y.   s.n.1962-06-26
Japan, Chiba, Kameyama-mura Chiba-ken

NCU
NCU00371938Compere, P.   11181960-01-06
Democratic Republic of the Congo, FLORA CONGOLANA. PROV.: Leopoldville TERRIT.: Thysville LOC.: M'Vuazi

NCU
NCU00371936Christiaensen, A.   I.I391955-09-28
Democratic Republic of the Congo, FLORA CONGOLANA. PROV.: Orientale TERRIT.: Mahagi LOC.: Mokambo, 1100m

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NCU00371939Lewalle, Jose   351965-02-27
Burundi, FLORA BURUNDENSIS. Prov.: Burundi Territ.: Bubanza Loc.: Buhonga, en face de la Mission, 1300m

NCU
NCU00371937Liben, L.   18481956-11-08
Democratic Republic of the Congo, FLORA CONGOLANA. PROV.: Kasai TERRIT.: Dibaya LOC.: Badibanga

NCU
NCU00371935Cremers, G.   3011965-11-10
Cote D'Ivoire, FLORA COTE D'IVOIRE. LOC.: sommet du Mont Tonkoni [sic; Mont Tonkoui], 7.453889 -7.636944

NCU
NCU00371932Chow, K. S.   784591978-00-00
China, Hainan, Janfengling, 800m

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NCU00372359Craig, Eric   27
New Zealand, New Zealand, -42 174

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NCU00372471De Saeger, H.   11551951-05-10
Democratic Republic of the Congo, FLORA CONGOLANA. PROV.: Orientale TERRIT.: Dungu LOC.: Parc National de la Garamba


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