Dataset: COL
Search Criteria: JAMAICA; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


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135552   s.n.
JAMAICA, Sin Datos.

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Nephrolepis hirsutula (G.Forst.) C.Presl
136626F. R. Fosberg   429651962-07-29
JAMAICA, Ocurrence Common in more open open places in dense forest on hill of deeply dissected hard limestone., 550 - 610m

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136628F. R. Fosberg   428781962-07-26
JAMAICA, Maggoty, on Black river., 150 - 150m

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Metopium brownei (Jacq.) Urb.
138437Fred A. Barkley   38667
JAMAICA, 1(1/2) milles northwestof hopewell, st. Elizabeth Parish., 200 - 200m

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Acnistus arborescens (L.) Schltdl.
161248Guy R. Bouthillette   385211968-06-23
JAMAICA, Saint Andrew Parish, poste 16 en el camino de Kingston a Newcastle., 2000m

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135553Fred A. Barkley   384521958-06-23
JAMAICA, Horse Cave, St. Catherine Parish.

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136871Fred A. Barkley   387351968-06-29
JAMAICA, Village of Llundas Vale, Jamaica.

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135554Fred A. Barkley   387301968-06-29
JAMAICA, Village of Llundas Vale, Jamaica.

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138497Fred A. Barkley   350871965-07-06
JAMAICA, Limestone and clay; Island VieW Hill, 1(1/2) Milles north of Warsop, Trelawni Parish, Jamaica, 2100 - 2100m

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138744Timothy Plowman   29751970-12-09
JAMAICA, Saint Andrew Parish, Hope Gardens., 2000m

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1766H. Willdenow   19766
JAMAICA, Jamailca, Swartz.

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1873bJ. J. Swart   19899
JAMAICA, Jamaica.

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Asplenium bisectum Sw
1880   s.n.
JAMAICA, Sin Datos.

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1884dJ. J. Swart   19921
JAMAICA, Jamaica.

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2196P. Wilson   686
JAMAICA, Jamaica.

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576943L. A. Garay   1261961-06-26
JAMAICA, Parish of Saint Andrew, near Caledonia Peak, Blue Mountaine range, 835 - 1372m

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Brassia R. Br.
576986L. A. Garay   1291961-06-26
JAMAICA, Parish of Saint Andrew, near Caledonia Peak, Blue Mountaine range, 835 - 1372m


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