Dataset: FH
Search Criteria: Costa Rica; Cartago; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH:FH
barcode-00220908C. W. Dodge & W. S. Thomas   71001930-03-12
Costa Rica, Cartago, Between Agua Caliente and Cartago, 1240 - 1400m

FH:FH
Daldinia eschscholzii (Ehrenberg) Rehm
barcode-00220964C. W. Dodge & W. S. Thomas   47291929-10-25
Costa Rica, Cartago, Northwest slope of Cerro Carpintera above La Union de Tres Rios 1320-1500-m 1460-1700 m, 1320 - 1700m

FH:FH
Daldinia Ces. & De Not.
barcode-00220967C. W. Dodge   40961925-08-18
Costa Rica, Cartago, El Volcan Irazu

FH:FH
Diachea leucopodia (Bulliard) Rostafínsky
barcode-00215842F. L. Stevens   1851923-07-02
Costa Rica, Cartago

FH:FH
barcode-00258232F. L. Stevens   1861923-07-02
Costa Rica, Cartago

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Cookeina tricholoma (Montagne) Kuntze
barcode-00432516C. W. Dodge & W. S. Thomas   44241929-09-26
Costa Rica, Cartago, [data not captured]

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Cookeina tricholoma (Montagne) Kuntze
barcode-00432517C. W. Dodge & W. S. Thomas   82531929-09-27
Costa Rica, Cartago, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Cookeina tricholoma (Montagne) Kuntze
barcode-00432518C. W. Dodge & W. S. Thomas   44231929-09-26
Costa Rica, Cartago, [data not captured]

FH:FH
barcode-00434180C. W. Dodge   46481929-10-11
Costa Rica, Cartago, [data not captured]

FH:FH
barcode-01012364F. L. Stevens   2601923-07-07
Costa Rica, Cartago, [no additional data]

FH:FH
Dacryopinax elegans (Berkeley & M. A. Curtis) G. W. Martin
barcode-00995234C. W. Dodge & W. S. Thomas   47301929-10-25
Costa Rica, Cartago, [data not captured]

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barcode-00079542I. M. Lamb & U. V. Metzger   1969-00-00
Costa Rica, Cartago, between Palmital and La Sierra 6000 ft, 1828m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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