Dataset: SJSU
Taxa: Ophioglossaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SJSU - Carl W. Sharsmith Herbarium, San Jose State University


SJSU
8230C.W. Sharsmith   82801978-08-13
Switzerland, Canton Wallis, base of cliffs by N side at lower end of Langgletscher, Lötschental, 2040m

SJSU
12641C.W. Sharsmith   90551986-08-20
Switzerland, Kanton Graubünden, by trail above Maloja at base of ridge between Piz d'Emmat & Piz Grevasalvas, Upper Engadine, 2313m

SJSU
Botrychium pumicola Coville ex Underw.
2218H.L. Buckalew   1959-07-20
United States, Oregon, Klamath, Llao Rock, Crater National Park, 2444m

SJSU
7452C.L. Schmidt   561971-07-26
United States, California, Inyo, Baboon Lake, Lake Sabrina lake basin, Middle Fork Bishop Creek drainage, Sierra Nevada, 37.1666 -118.622, 3231m

SJSU
Sceptridium multifidum (S. G. Gmel.) Nishida ex Tag.
3050C.W. Sharsmith   66661959-08-16
United States, California, Tuolumne, Pate Valley, Yosemite National Park, 37.933255 -119.596836, 1372m

SJSU
Sceptridium multifidum (S. G. Gmel.) Nishida ex Tag.
8159R.L. Fisher   1959-08-12
United States, California, Placer, near pond, 2 mi W of Lake Van Norden, 39.313871 -120.412242, 1981m

SJSU
Sceptridium multifidum (S. G. Gmel.) Nishida ex Tag.
13088F.W. Went   1946-07-24
United States, California, Tuolumne, Matterhorn Canyon, Yosemite National Park, 37.969644 -119.44683

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2927G.E. Edwards   1937-06-15
United States, Indiana, Marion, near Indianapolis

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3486E.J. Harrington   1965-07-24
United States, New York, Tompkins, Cayuga L. Basin, 600 Tract, Six Mile Cr,Slaterville Springs

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3521E.J. Harrington   1965-07-11
United States, Massachusetts, Franklin, border of Green R, Green River Rd, Colrain

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12448C.W. Sharsmith   53131945-05-13
United States, Minnesota, Anoka, near Lexington Ave, St. Paul


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