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

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas

BRIT471461R.R. Stewart   185251939-08-14
Pakistan, Below Kun Patthar, north east of Gurais, toward Tilel by prow., 3353m

Cheilanthes farinosa (Forssk.) Kaulf.
BRIT430037M. A. Siddiqi   276611956-09-30
Pakistan, Kotli Hills, Azad Kashmir, 1219m

BRIT425256R. R. Stewart   287111958-07-31
Pakistan, Nathia gali - Miranjani, 2743m

Asplenium pseduopontaium
BRIT57475R.R. Stewart   287081959-07-30
Pakistan, Nathia Gali, 2438m

BRIT472049Sadiq Masih   31956-09-07
Pakistan, Kohat, N. W. Frontier.

Dryopteris levingei (C. B. Clarke) C. Chr.
BRIT432165R.R. Stewart   286951958-07-30
Pakistan, Nathia Gali, Hazara., 2438m

Dryopteris fimbriatum (Wall)Moore
BRIT432026R.R. Stewart   286921955-07-31
Pakistan, Miranjani. Hazara., 2743m

Pellaea nitidula (Hook.) Wall. ex Baker
BRIT432360R. R. Stewart   s.n.1959-09-11
Pakistan, Murree Hills. Burbhan., 1829m

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