Dataset: MO
Taxa: Clematis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Clematis guadeloupae var. medusaea (Planch.&Linden ex Triana&Planch.) N. Moreno
928530Cyril Allen   7961924-11-04
Colombia, Magdalena, Magalena Valley. Forest Poponte.

MO:Tropicos
Clematis guadeloupae var. medusaea (Planch.&Linden ex Triana&Planch.) N. Moreno
928532Cyril Allen   8621924-12-16
Colombia, Magdalena, Magdalena Valley, forest Poponte.

MO:Tropicos
Clematis guadeloupae var. medusaea (Planch.&Linden ex Triana&Planch.) N. Moreno
928534R. Romero Casta├▒eda   106311966-12-10
Colombia, Magdalena, Cienaga, El Mico. Mpio de Ciennaga.

MO:Tropicos
928538Francis W. Pennell   24411917-10-13
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Sibate, Forest, slope of mount, 2-4 m s of S., 2700 - 2800m

MO:Tropicos
1575103O. Rangel, A. Gentry, et al.   59431989-10-14
Colombia, Risaralda, Bajada de La Pastora a El Cedral.


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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