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

Page 1, records 1-15 of 15

Oregon State University Bryophyte Collection


OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
J. T. Conover   11221945-11-30
Japan, [needs research], Okinawa, Shima.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Donald V. Hemphill   I091951-02-22
United States, Hawaii, Kauai, Hanakapai, Kalalan Trail., 244m

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   61940-05-27
Guatemala, [needs research], Chichicastenago, near arch.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   11941-08-04
Canada, British Columbia, [needs research], Vancouver.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   81941-08-09
United States, Washington, Pierce, Mt. Rainier., 46.8527777777778 -121.7625

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
M. S. Clemens   s.n.1946-10-14
Australia, [needs research], Queensland; Double Island.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   71940-05-27
Guatemala, [needs research], Chichicastanengo, on bank along road.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   91940-05-28
Guatemala, [needs research], San Antonio, Lake Atitalon.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   71941-08-09
United States, Washington, Pierce, Mt. Rainier., 46.8527777777778 -121.7625

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   11941-08-06
United States, Washington, [needs research], Mt. Baker.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   21941-08-06
United States, Washington, [needs research], Mt. Baker.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   s.n.1941-08-09
United States, Washington, [needs research], Mt. Rainier; #10.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   21941-08-09
United States, Washington, Pierce, Mt. Rainier., 46.8527777777778 -121.7625

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Ethel I. Sanborn   111940-05-28
Guatemala, [needs research], San Antonio, Lake Atitalon.

OSU:B
Marchantiopsida
Leonella Bolt   s.n.
United States, Washington, [Kitsap], Suquamish.


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