Dataset: ISC
Taxa: Anaptychia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Ada Hayden Herbarium at Iowa State University


ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
25109B. Fink   25109.01894-03-00
United States, Iowa, Fayette

ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
25110Byron D. Halsted   18
United States, New Hampshire, New England

ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
25394E.E. Bogue   1121894-03-00
United States, Ohio, Colombus

ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
323730E.E. Bogue   1121894-03-00
United States, Ohio, Columbus

ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
340932L.H. Tiffany & D. Dunlap   1978-04-16
United States, Iowa, Clayton, Bixby State Park

ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
343805L.H. Tiffany   1978-04-21
United States, Iowa, Clayton, Bixby State Park

ISC
Anaptychia crinalis (Schaer.) Vězda
438751C. E. Faxon   4811884-06-00
United States, Vermont, Willoughby Cliff

ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
438756C. E. Faxon   1882-04-00
United States, Massachusetts, Blue Hill

ISC
Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vain.
83560W.G. Farlow   
United States, New Hampshire, Melburne


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