Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pseudotaxiphyllum elegans
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Chrysler Herbarium Specimen Observations


Rutgers University:CHRB:Observations
Pseudotaxiphyllum elegans (Brid.) Z. Iwats.
Howe, Natalie   452011-10-05
USA, NJ, Middlesex, Helyar Woods, New Brunswick, 40.475 -74.42, 20m

E. C. Smith Herbarium, Acadia University


Acadia University:ACAD
101_862Brown, MS   354
Canada, Nova Scotia, Halifax, Dingle, 44.63 -63.596871

Acadia University:ACAD
101_865Brown, MS   
Canada, Nova Scotia, Pictou, Melville, 45.7876 -63.03084

Acadia University:ACAD
101_871Brown, MS   
Canada, Nova Scotia, Halifax, Melville

George Safford Torrey Herbarium, University of Connecticut


University of Connecticut:CONN
Pseudotaxiphyllum elegans (Brid.) Z. Iwats.
CONN00059479Bernard Goffinet   76122000-06-03
United States of America, Connecticut, New Haven, Hubbard Park, 41.54833 -72.83333

University of Connecticut:CONN
Pseudotaxiphyllum elegans (Brid.) Z. Iwats.
CONN00059480Bernard Goffinet   75912000-06-03
United States of America, Connecticut, New Haven, Hubbard Park, 41.54833 -72.83333


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