Dataset: OSU-B
Taxa: Herbertaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
W. B. Schofield   397891969-07-26
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Port Chanal, s. side, near base of Mt. Hobbs, Athlow Bay, Graham Island, Queen Charlotte Islands.

OSU:B
Herbertus sakuraii
J. H. Lyford   21111979-06-05
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, Saddle Mountain., 45.9692 -123.6842

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
John R. Davis   12612001-10-26
United States, Oregon, Multnomah, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area; on the west side of Wahkeena Creek; about 100 ft. upstream of the lower bridge; the two wooden foot bridges are at about 650 ft. and 720 ft. there is a large log suspended over the trail and creek..., 45.5708 -122.1254

OSU:B
Herbertus juniperoideus
S. P. Churchill   140761986-07-04
United States, Florida, [Marin], Municipio Medellin: Corregimiento de San Antonio de Prado; 10 km. de San Antonio., 10.1 -75.5833333333333

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
John R. Davis   12582001-10-26
United States, Oregon, Multnomah, Columbia River Goege National Scenic Area; just wet of the cement bridge over Wahkeena Falls., 45.56884 -122.13597, 73m

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
J. H. Lyford   25921979-08-18
United States, Oregon, [needs research], Columbia Gorge Highway; Oneonta Gorge Botanical Area.

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
John A. Christy   87691997-06-25
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, Onion Peak, 4 mi ENE of Arch Cape., 45.81965 -123.89415, 914m

OSU:B
Herbertus sakuraii
J. H. Lyford   21111979-06-05
United States, Oregon, Clatsop, Saddle Mountain; trail from parking lot to the top., 45.9692 -123.6842

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
David H. Wagner   m27812012-08-19
United States, Alaska, Sitka, Starrigavan Recreation Area, Forest & Muskeg Trail, on lower part of trail., 30m

OSU:B
Herbertus divergens
William R. Stimson   43101966-09-02
United States, Puerto Rico, [needs research], Puerto Rico; Luquillo Mountains; El Yungue National Forest; at summit of East Peak.

OSU:B
Herpocladium bidens
V. J. Krajina   B844071961-11-10
United States, Hawaii, [needs research], Oahu; Koolau Mts.: Kahuku Forest Reserve, along Summit Trail., 518m

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
Herman Persson   s.n.1957-07-09
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Queen Charlotte Islands, Hotspring I. off east coast of Moresby I.

OSU:B
Herbertus gracilis
V. J. Krajina   B845528
United States, Hawaii, [needs research], 3 mi S. of Pahoa., 244m

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
W. B. Schofield   374301968-08-01
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], stream to lake on N.E. side of Newcombe Inlet, Tasu Sound, Moresby Island, Queen Charlotte Islands., 52.8333333333333 -132.083333333333

OSU:B
Herbertus sanguineus
V. J. Krajina   B840501961-08-04
United States, Hawaii, [needs research], Waimea D.: Pihea-Alakai Swamp., 1219m

OSU:B
Herbertus himalayanus
W. B. Schofield   253391964-07-31
Canada, British Columbia, Prince of Wales-Hyder, n. face Mt. Moresby, Moresby Island, Queen Charlotte Islands., 55.1333333333333 -132.083333333333

OSU:B
Herbertus sanguineus
V. J. Krajina   B840751961-07-29
Hawaii, [needs research], Kauai: near Kahili Bog, close to Wahiawa Stream., 610m

OSU:B
Herbertus hawaiiensis
W. B. Schofield   254001964-08-01
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], mountain at W. end of Mosquito Lake, Moresby Island, Queen Charlotte Islands., 53.0833333333333 -132.166666666667

OSU:B
Herbertus sanguineus
V. J. Krajina   B841201961-08-09
United States, Hawaii, [needs research], Kauai: Hanalei D.: Kualapa., 640m

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
R. L. Halbert   36541969-07-28
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], along SE shr. of Kennedy L. Junc. of Alberni Hgwy. & Tofino-Euclulet Hgwy., 49.05 -125.5

OSU:B
Herbertus aduncus
W. B. Schofield   278641965-08-10
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], long lake at base of Mt. Buxton.


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