Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Elaphoglossum peltatum (Peltapteris foeniculacea, Peltapteris peltata, Acrostichum peltatum, Rhipidopteris peltata, Acrostichum foeniculaceum, Acrostichum potentillifolium, Elaphoglossum foeniculaceum, Elaphoglossum peltatum f. foeniculaceum, Olfersia foeniculacea, Olfersia peltata, Osmunda peltata,... (show all)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0001863C. G. Pringle;   132911904-05-10
Mexico, Hidalgo, barranca near Honey Station, 20.25 -98.216667

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Herbarium Pacificum)


BISH-BPBM:BISH
30634Dunn, H.A. Hutchinson, P.C.   Collector Number: 53.9121962-04-05
Panama, Prov. Cocle on the Rio Cocle del Norte., 610m

Botanical Research Institute of Texas


BRIT
BRIT461336Dr. Brooks N. York   86
West Indies, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT
BRIT461364leg.ign.   s.n.
West Indies, [No additional locality data on sheet]

BRIT
BRIT471542C. G. Pringle   132911904-05-10
Mexico, Hidalgo, Barranca near Honey Station.

BRIT
BRIT426008A. Rojas   54752001-08-15
Costa Rica, Heredia, No protegida. Cuenca del Sarapiqui, Vara Blance, cerca del cruce a Volcán Poás y Heredia.; 10.159722 -84.156945, 10.159722 -84.156945, 1900 - 1950m

BRIT
BRIT428596William R. Maxon   82511923-07-20
Costa Rica, Santa Clara de Cartago., 1950m

BRIT
BRIT428594H. L. Blomquist   127461942-02-23
Puerto Rico, Near Dean Garcia's Cottage, El Yunque Mt.

BRIT
BRIT428593Rogers McVaugh   139251952-11-06
Mexico, Jalisco, Sierra de Manantlán (15-20 miles southeast of Autlán), on the bajada south and west of the divide between Aserradero San Miguel Uno and Durazno; 19.611594 -104.306628, 19.611594 -104.306628, 2000 - 2350m

BRIT
BRIT428592John T. Atwood   30371970-01-06
Nicaragua, Zelaya, Mt. Liveco, Madregava. Rain forest near Siuna.

BRIT
BRIT497346W. R. Hatch   881936-07-23
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, S.W. slope of hills above Finca Seamay, Senahu.

BRIT
BRIT507549Hugo Fink   1591889-00-00
Mexico, Veracruz, Cordova, See Coville's letter of 1896.

BRIT
Elaphoglossum foeniculaceum (Hook. & Grev.) C. Chr.
BRIT425957E. Alfaro   44562003-06-07
Costa Rica, Cartago, Cartago: El Guarco. P.N. Tapantí-Macizo de La Muerte. Cuenca del Reventazón. Macizo de la Muerte. Tapantí., 9.654102 -83.840678, 2600m

BRIT
BRIT478996John Taylor   119431972-08-12
Costa Rica, San Jose, Along Rio Hondura. Where Rio Zurqui flows into the Rio Hondra. Below Bajo La Hondura., 10.066667 -83.983333, 1150m

BRIT
BRIT427712John Taylor   177791974-12-29
Costa Rica, Alajuela, On the Stapp farm near the school house in the area of Balsa da San Ramon., 10.172771 -84.496646, 900m

BRIT
BRIT478989M. Nee   246571982-06-29
Mexico, Veracruz, Soteapan, Along trails to base of Volcan Santa Marta, 0-3 km. E of village of Santa Marta., 18.35 -94.866667, 1100 - 1200m

BRIT
BRIT478990Louis O. Williams   257341963-12-10
Guatemala, San Marcos, Near Aldea Fraternidad, between San Rafael Pie de la Cuesta and Palo Gordo, west facing slope of the Sierra Madre Mountains., 1800 - 2400m

BRIT
BRIT478991John Taylor   174691974-12-22
Costa Rica, Heredia, Collected along the slopes of the Cerro Zurqui above the Rio Para Blanco., 10.0592 -84.0332, 1600m

BRIT
BRIT478992John Taylor   112691972-07-30
Costa Rica, San Jose, About 3 km. northwest of Cascajal near the union of the Cascajal and Bajo Maquina Rivers. From along the floodplain of these rivers., 10.029046 -83.971477, 1750m

BRIT
BRIT478993John Taylor   118041972-08-08
Costa Rica, San Jose, Talamanca Range, Pacific Slope. Pan American Highway., 9.616667 -84.183333, 3000m

BRIT
BRIT478994G. Diggs   26841982-07-01
Mexico, Veracruz, San Andrés Tuxtla, Near highest point on Volcán San Martín Tuxtla, 13 km. N of San Andrés Tuxtla. 18˚34'N, 95˚12'W, 18.566667 -95.2, 1450m

BRIT
BRIT478995John Taylor   119031972-08-12
Costa Rica, San Jose, Along Rio Hondura. Where Rio Zurqui flows into the Rio Hondura. Below Bajo La Hondura., 10.066667 -83.983333, 1150m

BRIT
BRIT572023Alejandra Vasco   9052015-03-17
México, Oaxaca, Ixtlán, Sendero intepretativo El Relámpago, a lo largo del lado E de la Ruta 175 Oaxaca-Tuxtepec, ca. 20km al N de la cumbre de Cerro Pelón. Bosque mesófilo

BRIT
BRIT572050Alejandra Vasco   9632016-03-02
México, Chiapas, Benito Juárez El Plan, sendero hacia el Volcán Tacaná

BRIT
BRIT622361M. Sundue   30052012-02-27
Mexico, Oaxaca, Capulalpam de Méndez, Road from Calpulapam to Llano Verde., 17.302133 -96.3808, 2267m

BRIT
BRIT628964C. F. Carroll   141987-03-30
United States, Puerto Rico, El Yunque rec trail.

BRIT
BRIT622311M. Sundue   50212018-03-01
Mexico, Oaxaca, Dist. Mixe, Sierra Norte, Disrito Mixe. Asunción Cacalotepec. Trail to Malacate., 17.050439 -95.956652, 1800m

Brown University


BRU
PBRU00064702C. G. Pringle   103041906-09-09
Mexico, Hidalgo, On mossy ledges and trees in barranca below Honey Station, 5500 ft.

BRU
PBRU00064703Herbert H. Smith   10421898-08-00
Colombia, Alt. 4500 ft.

Duke University


DUKE
DUKE10171015   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10171016   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10171210   
Peru

DUKE
DUKE10165843   
Jamaica

DUKE
DUKE10165844   
Jamaica

DUKE
DUKE10165845   
Jamaica

DUKE
DUKE10165846   
Jamaica

DUKE
DUKE10165847   
Cuba

DUKE
DUKE10165848   
Cuba

DUKE
DUKE10165849   
Puerto Rico

DUKE
DUKE10165850   
Puerto Rico

DUKE
DUKE10165851   
Puerto Rico

DUKE
DUKE10165852   
Puerto Rico

DUKE
DUKE10165853   
Puerto Rico

DUKE
DUKE10165854   
Dominica

DUKE
DUKE10165855   
Puerto Rico

DUKE
DUKE10165861   
Mexico, Jalisco

DUKE
DUKE10165862   
Mexico, Oaxaca

DUKE
DUKE10165863   
Mexico, Oaxaca

DUKE
DUKE10165864   
Mexico, Oaxaca

DUKE
DUKE10165865   
Guatemala

DUKE
DUKE10165866   
Costa Rica, Alajuela

DUKE
DUKE10165867   
Costa Rica

DUKE
DUKE10165868   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165869   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165870   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165871   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165872   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165873   
Costa Rica

DUKE
DUKE10165874   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165875   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165876   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165877   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165878   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165879   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165880   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165881   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
DUKE10165882   
Costa Rica, Cartago

DUKE
DUKE10165883   
Costa Rica, Cartago

DUKE
DUKE10165884   
Costa Rica, Cartago

DUKE
DUKE10165885   
Costa Rica, Cartago

DUKE
DUKE10165886   
Costa Rica, Cartago

DUKE
DUKE10165887   
Costa Rica, Cartago

DUKE
DUKE10165888   
Costa Rica, Cartago

DUKE
DUKE10165889   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165890   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165891   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165892   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165893   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165894   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165895   
Costa Rica

DUKE
DUKE10165896   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165897   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165898   
Costa Rica, San Jose

DUKE
DUKE10165899   
Costa Rica, Puntarenas

DUKE
DUKE10165900   
Costa Rica, Puntarenas

DUKE
DUKE10165901   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165902   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165903   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165904   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165905   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165906   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165907   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165908   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165909   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10165910   
Panama

DUKE
DUKE10171408   
Nicaragua

DUKE
DUKE10171409   
Costa Rica

DUKE
Elaphoglossum flabellatum (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) Christ
DUKE10165856   
Costa Rica, Alajuela

DUKE
Elaphoglossum flabellatum (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) Christ
DUKE10165857   
Costa Rica, Heredia

DUKE
Elaphoglossum flabellatum (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) Christ
DUKE10165858   
Costa Rica, San Jose


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