Dataset: BRIT
Search Criteria: Bangladesh; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT
Cyathea gigantea (Wall. ex Hook.) Holttum
BRIT02727A.M. Huq   105101997-05-08
Bangladesh, Bangladesh: Moulavibazar District Sreemangal, Lawachera forest area., 24.25 91.583333, 35m

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Cyathea gigantea (Wall. ex Hook.) Holttum
BRIT02726A.M. Huq   105101997-05-08
Bangladesh, Bangladesh: Moulavibazar District. Sreemangal, Lawachera forest area., 24.25 91.583333, 35m

BRIT
Cyathea gigantea (Wall. ex Hook.) Holttum
02726A.M. Huq   105101997-05-08
Bangladesh, Bangladesh: Moulavibazar District. Sreemangal, Lawachera forest area., 24.25 91.583333, 35m

BRIT
BRIT430172A. M. Huq   104421997-04-03
Bangladesh, Rema-Kalenga, Changbari bear, Debrabari., 24.083333 91.616667, 50m

BRIT
BRIT469896A. M. Huq   103071994-04-21
Bangladesh, Chittagong hill tracts; Bandarban, Lama-Alikadam, Fasiakhali range., 21.75 92.5, 30m

BRIT
BRIT429312A.M. Huq   104431997-04-03
Bangladesh, Rema-Kalenga, Chanbari beat, Debrabari., 24.083333 91.616667, 50m

BRIT
BRIT429812A.M. Huq   103861994-05-10
Bangladesh, Chittagong district: Harbang near market., 21.833333 92.166667, 61m

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BRIT426481A. M. Huq   103051994-04-21
Bangladesh, Chittagong hill tracts; Bandarban, Lama-Alikadam, Fasiakhali range., 21.75 92.5, 46m

BRIT
Gleichenia linearis (Burm. f.) C.B. Clarke
BRIT426050A. M. Huq   105231997-05-10
Bangladesh, Moulavibazar District, on the way to Dhaka near Satgoon., 24.083333 91.416667, 20m

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Microlepia speluncae (L.) T. Moore
BRIT431884A. M. Huq   104391997-04-03
Bangladesh, Rema-Kalenga, Chanbari beat, Debrabari c. 50 m, 24°05'N X 91°37'E, - 50m


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