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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT
BRIT461370Martha R. Mann   1886-07-05
Ireland, Blaney Castle

BRIT
BRIT461371H. T. Croasdale   1953-08-00
Ireland, Near Cork

BRIT
BRIT461470leg.ign   s.n.1872-00-00
Ireland, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT
BRIT461475A. E. Loueap   s.n.1886-06-22
Ireland, Braudow Mt. Kerry.

BRIT
Lomaria spicant (L.) Desv.
BRIT461502H. P. Smith   s.n.1872-07-00
Ireland, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT
BRIT425533F.O. Grover   s.n.1929-09-00
Ireland, Achill Island. Above Dooagh near Rob Henri's house.

BRIT
BRIT425525O. Degener   223671952-08-16
Ireland, Cratloe, Eire.

BRIT:SMU
BRIT426405Otto Degener   s.n.1952-08-15
Ireland, Lady's View, Killarney, Eire.

BRIT
BRIT426404O. Degener   223651952-08-19
Ireland, Near Killarney.

BRIT:SMU
BRIT433220D. M. Henderson   15421958-07-11
Ireland, Northern Ireland, Lough Neagh; 54.615872 -6.41392, 54.615872 -6.41392


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