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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceNew Jersey
County/ParishBurlington
Locality1 1/2 Mi. N. E. Of Johnstown
Institution CodePh
Catalog NumberPh00088360
Collected ByB. Long
Date Collected1937-12-05

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PH (the official, internationally recognized abbreviation for the herbarium at the Academy of Natural Sciences) is the oldest institutional herbarium in U.S. It is a national resource for material from 1750-1850, with some dating from as early as 1689.

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Namenone
Rolenone
Emailegbot@asu.edu
Name Alina Freire-Fierro, Collection Manager
Rolenone
Emailfreirefierro@ansp.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific NameAulacomnium heterostichum
KingdomPlantae
PhylumBryophyta
ClassBryopsida
OrderBryales
FamilyAulacomniaceae
GenusAulacomnium
Specific Epithetheterostichum
Scientific Name Authors(Hedw.) Bruch & Schimp.
Specimen
Catalog NumberPH00088360
Institution CodePH
Occurrence ID2768784
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Collected ByB. Long
Collector Number1860
Date Collected1937-12-05
Verbatim Date CollectedDec. 5, 1937
Year1937
Month12
Day5
Start Day of Year339
Collection RemarksThe Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Locality
CountryUSA
State / ProvinceNew Jersey
CountyBurlington
Continentnorth america
Locality1 1/2 mi. n. e. of Johnstown
HabitatSoil in wood
Other
Modified2015-08-11 13:01:54
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dcterms:referenceshttp://bryophyteportal.org/portal/collections/individual/index.php?occid=2768784
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