Dataset: BRIT
Taxa: Plagiogyriaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT
Plagiogyria pectinata (Liebm.) Lellinger
BRIT432644F. J. Santana M.   66771994-05-20
Mexico, Jalisco, Tolimán, 2-3 km al SW de El Terrero., 19.433056 -103.974722, 1700m

BRIT:SMU
BRIT432642H. Ando   s.n.1951-10-22
Japan, Mie, Kamikawa-mura, Minamimuro-gun.

BRIT:SMU
BRIT432641Syuho Kirino   2061947-08-09
Japan, Toyama, Nirihara Village, Yatsuo City. 18 kilometers north of Toyama City., 36.583333 137.116667

BRIT
BRIT432640Liu Zheng-yu   154081995-03-16
China, Sichuan, Nanchuan, 29.1 107, 860m

BRIT
BRIT507496Leopold A. Charette   14391953-10-04
Japan, Yamaguchi, Overlooking Kika Park, east slope of Castle Mountain (Shiro-yama) National Forest, west bank of Nishiki River, Yokoyama village in Iwakuni City. (25.6 miles west of Hiroshima City)., 34.166667 132.166667, 65m

BRIT
BRIT507495Leopold A. Charette   14391953-10-04
Japan, Yamaguchi, Overlooking Kika Park, east slope of Castle Mountain (Shiro-yama) National Forest, west bank of Nishiki River, Yokoyama village in Iwakuni City. (25.6 miles west of Hiroshima City)., 34.166667 132.166667, 65m

BRIT:SMU
BRIT432643Tomitaro Makino   s.n.1904-08-00
Japan, Nagano, Mt. Togakushi, Kamiminochi-gun.

BRIT
Plagiogyria adnata (Bl.) Bedd.
BRIT432638L. Averyanov   VH 7791995-03-15
Viet Nam, Kontum, On W slope of Ngoc Linh mountain system., 1750m

BRIT
Plagiogyria adnata (Bl.) Bedd.
BRIT432637L. Averyanov   VH 11331995-04-04
Viet Nam, Kontum, On NW slope of Ngoc Linh mountain system above Long Nam village., 1700 - 1800m

BRIT
BRIT529656Gaoligong Shan Biodiversity Survey   218982004-11-09
China, Yunnan, Gongshan Zizhixian, W side of Gaoligong Shan above the road from Gongshan to Kongdang., 27.8344 98.4522, 3000m

BRIT
BRIT432639L. Averyanov   VH 5021995-03-06
Viet Nam, Kontum, NW slopes of Ngoc Linh mountain system., 2400m


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