Dataset: OBI
Taxa: Athyriaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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OBI - Robert F. Hoover Herbarium, Cal Poly State University


OBI
Athyrium alpestre (Hoppe) Milde
OBI172733Robert J. Rodin   65321960-08-29
United States, New York, Ithaca, In wooded area,upper border of Buttermilk State Park

OBI
Athyrium alpestre (Hoppe) Milde
OBI172732Robert J. Rodin   67911961-08-05
United States, Washington, Snoqualine, In open meadow.

OBI
Athyrium alpestre (Hoppe) Milde
OBI172731Robert J. Rodin   70811964-07-29
Scotland, California, In wooded area. Some open places, often grassy or with dense stands of Pteridium. Near Loch Lomond.

OBI
Athyrium alpestre (Hoppe) Milde
OBI172730Robert J. Rodin   70871964-07-29
Scotland, California, In wooded area. Some open places, often grassy or with dense stands of Pteridium. Near Loch Lomond.

OBI
Athyrium alpestre (Hoppe) Milde
OBI172727Robert J. Rodin   68041961-08-10
United States, California, Del Norte, Mill Creek, in Stout Grove State Park, near Smith River, 41.79173 -124.08329

OBI
Athyrium alpestre (Hoppe) Milde
OBI172728Robert J. Rodin   67901961-08-05
United States, Washington, Snoqualine, In deep shade

OBI
Athyrium alpestre (Hoppe) Milde
OBI172726David J. Keil   207841988-00-00
United States, California, Tulare, Sequoia National Park. Vicinity of Eagle Lake, ca. 3.5 miles south of Mineral King., 36.4184 -118.6049, 3353m

OBI
Athyrium americanum (Butters) Maxon
OBI172729Robert J. Rodin   65361960-08-29
United States, New York, Ithaca, Upper Buttermilk State Park

OBI
OBI158136Charlie Gibbons   19-0022019-09-06
United States, California, Fresno, Kings Canyon National Park, Volcanic Lakes Basin, National Resource Inventory plot 376, 36.902468 -118.515279, 2991m

OBI
OBI172655Robert J. Rodin   81691967-04-10
India, Assam, Cheripunjee, Alond road just south of Cheripunjee, Assam, 1219m


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