Dataset: OSU-B
Search Criteria: [South Africa]; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Porotrichum madagassum
J. V. Rooy   2310, 2138BC
[South Africa], Cape, [needs research], Cape Province; Transkei; Kwa Matiwana Mountains, NW of Umtata; above Mlanlane Forest Station., 1200m

OSU:B
Porothamnium stipitatum
J. V. Rooy   2126, 3228BD
[South Africa], Cape, [needs research], Cape Province; Transkei; Dwesa Nature Reserve; Dwesa Forest., 100m

OSU:B
Neckera valentiniana
S. Garside   6140, 3318CD
[South Africa], Cape, [needs research], Cape Prov...

OSU:B
Pseudocrossidium crinitum
S. M. Perold   3477, 3421AD1995-11-30
[South Africa], Cape, [needs research], Cape Province; 12.5 km from Stilbaai on road from Klipfontein, near Krantzfontein.

OSU:B
Braunia secunda
A. H. Abbott   71121997-02-13
[South Africa], Cape, [needs research], Cape Province; Swartberg: Ngele Nature Reserve; Mangeni Mountain., 1800m

OSU:B
Pseudocrossidium crinitum
A. Scott   535, 3420AD1985-03-27
[South Africa], Cape, [needs research], Cape Province, De Hoop; Potberg Nature Reserve; flats above vlei, SW of houses.


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