Dataset: OSU-B
Search Criteria: China; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

Page 1, records 1-17 of 17

Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Bryum pseudo-alpinum
E. E. Maire   s.n.
China, [needs research], none.

OSU:B
Meteoriaceae Kindb.
E. E. Maire   82
China, [needs research], China...

OSU:B
Meteoriaceae Kindb.
E. E. Maire   81
China, [needs research], China...

OSU:B
Ptychomitriaceae
H. V. Handel-Mazzetti   342
China, [needs research], China...

OSU:B
Hypnaceae
[needs research]   23342
China, [needs research], Kwangsi, Waitsap; Se Tze Shan, socialis, ad rupes aridas.

OSU:B
Pottiaceae Hampe
E. E. Marie   s.n.
China, [needs research], Merid; Yunnan, La Kou., 2400m

OSU:B
Actinothuidium Broth.
E. E. Marie   s.n.
China, [needs research], Yunnan, Lou-ke-suin., 3000m

OSU:B
Pterobryaceae
E. E. Maire   80
China, [needs research], China...

OSU:B
Mniaceae
E. E. Maire   35
China, [needs research], China...

OSU:B
Orthotrichaceae
W. T. Tsang   261331936-04-01
China, [needs research], Kwangtung...

OSU:B
Hypnaceae
Wang Te-Hui   349
China, [needs research], in confinibus prov. Kianghsi et Fukien, in monte Dungwa-schan inter Schitscheng at Ninghwa, in lacuna quadam in cacumine cum Glossadelpho., 1400m

OSU:B
Dicranaceae
P. Cavalerie   s.n.
China, [needs research], China Austr [etc.}.

OSU:B
Entodontaceae
E. E. Marie   s.n.
China, [needs research], Yunnan, Ma li Ouan, rupicola., 2550m

OSU:B
Ptychomitriaceae
W. T. Tsang   23419
China, [needs research], Hunan...

OSU:B
Pterobryaceae
[needs research]   259
China, [needs research], none.

OSU:B
Meteoriaceae Kindb.
H. V. Handel-Mazzetti   280
China, [needs research], China...

OSU:B
Aerobryum speciosum Dozy & Molk.
[needs research]   261021980-04-01
China, Kwangtung, [needs research], Kwangtung; Man Chi Shan; Shek Pik Ha Village; Jen-hwa District.


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.