Dataset: FH
Search Criteria: Cuba; Santa Clara; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University, Farlow Herbarium


FH:FH
Arcyria denudata (Linnaeus) Wettstein
barcode-00215200W. L. White   3371941-06-20
Cuba, Santa Clara, San Blas, foothills of Trinidad Mountains

FH:FH
Mucilago crustacea F. H. Wiggers
barcode-00215215W. L. White   7581941-07-05
Cuba, Santa Clara, Mina Carlota, Sierra de San Juan, Trinidad Mountains

FH:FH
Daldinia eschscholzii (Ehrenberg) Rehm
barcode-00079479A. G. Kevorkian   981933-08-00
Cuba, Santa Clara, vicinity of Soledad

FH-GH:GH
Hypoxis wrightii (Baker) Brackett
barcode-00293741R. A. Howard   52251941-06-00
Cuba, Santa Clara, Trinidad Mountains. San Blas-Buenos Aires

FH-GH:GH
Hypoxis
barcode-00293744R. E. Schultes, A. S. Barclay, J. H. Beaman, J. A. Freeberg & T-B. Lee   886
Cuba, Santa Clara, 6 km. west of Santa Clara

FH:FH
Clathrus cancellatus Tournefort ex Fries
barcode-00416412[no data available]   1924-09-05
Cuba, Santa Clara, Central Trinidad Santa Clara, Cuba

FH:FH
Cookeina tricholoma (Montagne) Kuntze
barcode-00432532W. L. White   7221941-07-05
Cuba, Santa Clara, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Cookeina tricholoma (Montagne) Kuntze
barcode-00432546A. G. Kevorkian   721935-08-00
Cuba, Santa Clara, [data not captured]

FH:FH
Auricularia polytricha (Montagne) Saccardo
barcode-00486085W. L. White   3171941-06-00
Cuba, Santa Clara, [data not captured]

FH:FH
barcode-00554105J. R. Weir & J. A. Faris   s.n.1924-11-23
Cuba, Santa Clara, [data not captured]

FH:FH
barcode-00458187   1924-09-06
Cuba, Santa Clara, Central Trinidad, Prov. Sta. Clara, Cuba


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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