C. L. Pollard et al.
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Description: Alsophila gracilis Underw. & Maxon, Cuba, C. L. Pollard 255, Isotype, FCurrent Determination: Alsophila gracilis Underw. & MaxonFamily: CyatheaceaeDet. by: C. Sánchez V., Jun 2000Type Status: IsotypeAdditional data: label indicates province as Santiago [Santiago de Cuba, which was later known as Oriente], but it was split up in 1976 and Baracoa is in Guantanamo provinceCollector(s): C. L. Pollard et al.Collection Date: 1 February 1902Catalog Subset: PteridophytesCatalog Project: vTypes, Negatives/TypesEMu IRN: 249419OccurenceID: 6eecd68d-6c9b-4766-8ada-d8303e2538da
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