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

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


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8273C.W. Sharsmith   83231978-08-24
Switzerland, Canton Solothurn, in forest, Gitziflue, Weissenstein, 1280m

SJSU
2924J.G. Edwards   1939-06-15
United States, Indiana, Marion, vicinity of Indianapolis

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12483C.W. Sharsmith   53791945-07-15
United States, Wisconsin, St. Croix, near St. Croix River

SJSU
12541C.W. Sharsmith   42941941-05-18
United States, Minnesota, Dakota, Belle Creek Valley near Hastings

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3770C.W. Sharsmith   70581963-06-15
United States, California, Shasta, c. 5 mi E of Viola, 40.517897 -121.582443, 1524m

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4991N.A. Hopkins   1581968-07-05
United States, California, Sierra, 0.5 mi W of Packer Lake, 39.622632 -120.665099, 2073m

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13848Astdis Sveinsdottir   501987-08-11
Iceland, Leirur; Thingvellir National Park c. 30 mi NE from Reykjavik

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15704John Rawlings, Ken Hickman   15652015-05-29
United States, California, Santa Clara, Mt. Umunhum, steep east bank of Guadalupe Creek, 37.15948 -121.8918, 746m

SJSU
15855John Rawlings, Ken Hickman   16632016-02-10
United States, California, Santa Clara, Mt. Umunhum; along upper Guadalupe Creek at base of Mt. Umunhum's south face, 37.15836 -121.89805, 969m

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8276C.W. Sharsmith   83261978-08-24
Switzerland, Canton Solothurn, Gitziflue, Weissenstein, 1280m

SJSU
9362C.W. Sharsmith   84231981-07-02
United States, Alaska, Bartlett R. Trail, Bartlett Cove, Glacier Bay National Monument

SJSU
9365C.W. Sharsmith   84531981-07-10
United States, Alaska, directly behind government employees' residential area, Bartlett Cove, Glacier Bay National Monument

SJSU
Gymnocarpium robertianum (Hoffm.) Newman
8277C.W. Sharsmith   83271978-08-24
Switzerland, Canton Solothurn, Gitziflue, Weissenstein, 1280m

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Woodsia ilvensis (L.) R. Br.
7330D.J. Hartesveldt   1061973-08-23
United States, Minnesota, Cook, East Pike L 17 mi NNE of Hovland, 427m

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Woodsia ilvensis (L.) R. Br.
9406C.W. Sharsmith   85611981-08-02
United States, Alaska, crest of ridge immediately N of Camp Denali 3.5 mi E of Kantishna & just N of Wonder L. in Denali (Mt. McKinley) National Park, 1097m

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3853C.W. Sharsmith   71501963-08-02
United States, California, Mariposa, S side of Merced River immediately above outlet of Merced Lake, Yosemite National Park, 37.737117 -119.410716, 2225m

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8124H.L. Buckalew   1958-07-02
United States, California, Inyo, Mt. Whitney Trail, 36.56935 -118.262531, 3109m

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12727C.W. Sharsmith   56851948-09-02
United States, California, Mono, Cabin Creek, Slate Creek Valley, E of Mt. Conness, 37.714162 -118.240785, 3048m

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13222C.W. Sharsmith   42101940-08-19
United States, California, Mono, Glacier Canyon at E base of Mt. Dana, 37.895283 -119.20184, 3459m

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8182R.L. Fisher   1959-08-16
United States, California, Placer, near summit of Anderson Peak on N facing slope, 39.258705 -120.297461, 2643m

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1975C.W. Sharsmith   64411957-06-21
United States, California, Mendocino, canyon Little River c. 3 mi S of Mendocino City, 39.279313 -123.788356

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4137C.W. Sharsmith   74311965-08-27
United States, California, Mariposa, by falls Echo Creek, Echo Valley, c. 3 mi below (westerly from) Merced Lake, Yosemite National Park, 37.743846 -119.434948, 2195m

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12733C.W. Sharsmith   54511945-08-28
United States, California, Riverside, by Indian Creek W side Mt. San Jacinto, 33.81656 -116.76827, 1829m

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13182C.W. Sharsmith   51431944-08-10
United States, California, Mariposa, near Snow Creek, Yosemite National Park, 37.805029 -119.521124, 2134m


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