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

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH-A:A
Illicium merrillianum A. C. Smith
barcode-00039128F. Kingdon-Ward   101931931-12-03
Myanmar, 27°30' to 28°30'N and 97°30' to 98°30'E, alt. 5000-6000 feet, 1524 - 1828m

FH-A:A
Illicium wardii A. C. Smith
barcode-00039132F. Kingdon-Ward   3871939-03-11
Myanmar, Near Panwa Pass, alt. ca. 9000 feet

FH-A:A
Illigera nervosa Merrill
barcode-00056923F. Kingdon-Ward   1781938-12-30
Myanmar, Ngawchang Valley, north of Htawgaw, 4500 feet

FH-A:A
Nephrolepis auriculata (Linnaeus) Trimen
barcode-00435703B. Bartholomew, D. E. Boufford & Z. L. Dao   87622001-09-07
Myanmar, Kachin, Putao District, Naung Mong Township, E. of U-rein Ga road camp on trail from Atan Ga to Ba Baw

FH:FH
barcode-00888769[no data available]   1935-09-00
Myanmar, Yangon Division, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Allomyces javanicus macrogynus R. Emerson
barcode-00888771R. Emerson   
Myanmar, Yangon Division, [data not captured]


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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