Dataset: FH
Taxa: Biatorellaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Farlow Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany, Harvard University


FH:FH
Biatorella cyphalea (Tuck.) Zahlbr.
barcode-00302674E. Hall   
United States of America, Illinois

FH:FH
barcode-00302658S. Rapp   1913-04-00
United States of America, Florida, Orange County

FH:FH
barcode-00302676   
Switzerland, Vaud, Grand Muveran

FH:FH
Biatorella clavus (DC.) Th. Fr.
barcode-00259245A. W. Evans   621923-05-11
United States of America, Connecticut, New Haven, Bethany County

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Biatorella fossarum (Dufour) Th. Fr.
barcode-00302668W. F. Palsson   1939-06-21
Iceland, Laxardal, northern Iceland

FH:FH
Biatorella fossarum (Dufour) Th. Fr.
barcode-00302675J. Wolfe   
United States of America, Illinois

FH:FH
Biatorella fossarum (Dufour) Th. Fr.
barcode-00302677A. Latzel   1908-01-15
Croatia, Ragusa, Rasenplaetze jenseits des Zarkovica, 300m

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Biatorella simplex (Davies) Branth & Rostr.
barcode-00913904A. E. Morgan   s.n.
United States of America, Colorado, Boulder County, [data not captured]

FH-Harvard University:FH
Biatorella simplex (Davies) Branth & Rostr.
barcode-00913905H. A. Green   s.n.1893-10-24
United States of America, South Carolina, Chester County, [data not captured]

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barcode-00197531H. E. Hasse   
United States of America, California, Los Angeles County, North Fork, San Grabriel Canons

FH:FH
Biatorella monasteriensis (J. Lahm ex Körb.) J. Lahm
barcode-00302673   
Germany, Heidelberg

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Biatorella privigna (Ach.) Sandst.
barcode-00259103A. W. Evans   4631925-11-19
United States of America, Connecticut, New Haven County, Oxford

FH:FH
barcode-00474175[no data available]   s.n.
United States of America, California, [data not captured]


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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