Dataset: OSU-A
Taxa: Valoniaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Algae


OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dictyosphaeria cavernosa (Forssk.) Børgesen
5802Nancy Goldcamp   s.n.1970-07-13
U.S.A., Florida, Monroe, Harry Harris Park, 25.023976 -80.49452

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Valonia macrophysa Kützing
5372J. van Montfrans   s.n.1971-07-10
U.S.A., Florida, Monroe, Harry Harris Park, 25.023976 -80.49452

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dictyosphaeria versluysii Weber-van Bosse
10458Peter L. Dang   651985-07-27
U.S.A., Hawaii, Honolulu, Kualoa Beach Park, 21.512265 -157.837333

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Boodlea composita (Harv.) F.Brand
10470Peter L. Dang   811985-08-07
U.S.A., Hawaii, Honolulu, Makapuu Tide Pools, below Sea Life Park, 21.315228 -157.659694

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dictyosphaeria cavernosa (Forssk.) Børgesen
10417Peter L. Dang   91985-07-10
U.S.A., Hawaii, Honolulu, Waikiki beach behind the aquarium, O'ahu, 21.265844 -157.821848

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Boodlea composita (Harv.) F.Brand
OSC-A-010615Cathy Sheu   s.n.1991-04-03
Northern Mariana Islands, Saipan, Tanapag, next to Aqua Resort, 15.239922 145.747225

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Valonia
OSC-A-010831Byron E. Lippert   s.n.1985-06-17
U.S.A., Florida, Monroe, Key Largo, 25.189702 -80.360763

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Valonia ventricosa J.Agardh
OSC-A-010832Cathy Sheu   s.n.1993-04-03
Northern Mariana Islands, Saipan, Tanapag, next to Aqua Resort, 15.239922 145.747225

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dictyosphaeria favulosa (C.Agardh) Decne. ex Endl.
OSC-A-010945Jack Gale   s.n.1949-03-12
U.S.A., Florida, Monroe, Ragged Keys, 25.531296 -80.17158

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Valonia utricularis f. crustacea Kuckuck
OSC-A-015864F.S. Collins   P.B.-A 20741913-08-00
Bermuda, Ely's Harbor, 32.282126 -64.879932

OSU-OSC:A-Algae
Dictyosphaeria favulosa (C.Agardh) Decne. ex Endl.
OSC-A-016015A.B. Hervey   s.n.1913-01-31
Bermuda, Harris Bay, 32.315278 -64.735278


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