Dataset: FH
Search Criteria: Dominica; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium

Leucomium robustum E. B. Bartram
barcode-00213549W. R. Elliott   22041896-03-17
Dominica, Windward slope of Morue Diablotini, 2500-3000 feet.

Arcyria cinerea (Bulliard) Persoon
barcode-00215142M. L. Farr   26251966-02-19
Dominica, Saint Andrew, Governor's Est, nr. airfield, end of jeep road, lower montane rain forest, 213 - 244m

Diachea leucopodia (Bulliard) Rostafínsky
barcode-00215844M. L. Farr   28811966-03-15

barcode-00250180M. L. Farr   2318
Dominica, St. David, mouth of Bibiay R, Taberi Estate

Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa (O. F. Müller) T. Macbride
barcode-00250345M. L. Farr   27081966-02-23
Dominica, St. Paul 1.5 - 2 miles N of Pont Casse in banana pltn. on E side of Rd to airfield.

barcode-00250544M. L. Farr   29181966-03-16
Dominica, St. David, "myxo spot"., 426m

Dictydium cancellatum (Batsch) T. Macbride
barcode-00250956M. L. Farr   26161966-02-17
Dominica, St. Joseph, vic. of Mannets Gutter, NE of Clarke Hall (by trail near creek), 60m

barcode-00265262M. L. Farr   27631966-02-28
Dominica, St. Joseph, nr. swinging bridge, S shore of Layou R., 60m

Hemitrichia stipitata (Massee) T. Macbride
barcode-00265716M. L. Farr   24331966-02-01
Dominica, St. Paul, lowest 1/4 mi up trail to Morne Trois Pitons, 2000 - 2200m

Lycogala epidendrum (J. C. Buxbaum ex Linnaeus) Fries
barcode-00265973M. L. Farr   25991966-02-17
Dominica, St. Joseph, by Layour R. nr. Clarke Hall "pool" (cabana)., 60m

Physarum polycephalum obrusseum (Berkeley & M. A. Curtis) Lister
barcode-00270749M. L. Farr   23491966-01-25
Dominica, St. Andrew, Porte-La-Fin

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Google Map

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