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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1233378M. Correa, et al.   13851996-09-22
Colombia, Antioquia, Envigado, Finca La Maria, quebrada La Ayurá, bh-MB., 6.17 -75.59, 2200m

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1271626H.G. Barclay&P. Juajibioy   72861959-04-05
Colombia, Boyacá, Cordillera Oriental; Sierra Nevada del Cocuy; Valle Ritacuva. Finca Ritacuva. Pastured and oldfield enclosures within stone fences., 3600m

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1275697H.G. Barclay&P. Juajibioy   76521959-05-09
Colombia, Boyacá, Cordillera Oriental; Páramo de Belén. Sloping cienaga (wet area) above road. Open area surrounded by shrubs. Approx. 13 km north of Belen., 3200m

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1479668E. Gentry et al.   304011981-01-10
Colombia, Narino, Road to Laguna La Cocha, ca. 10 km E of Pasto, subparamo., 1.2 -77.17, 3000m

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1591485M. Girón&E. Ortiz   1561988-07-13
Colombia, Antioquia, Andes, Vereda San Bartolo, Finca los cruceros

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1591486R. Fonnegra, J. Rincon, M. Giron, B. Corral&E. Ortiz   31541989-06-22
Colombia, Antioquia, Santa Bárbara, Vereda San Isidro bajo, Finca El Palmar, 1300m

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1591487J. Betancur, F.J. Roldán&I. Castaño   10861988-10-16
Colombia, Antioquia, Caramanta, Vereda Hojas Anchas, Cerro Viringo, 9.8 km de Caramanta hacia Supia. Cordillera Occidental, 5.52 -75.67, 2140 - 2420m

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1723756F. Zuloaga   40841989-06-17
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Subida a Alto del Tigre., 3050m

MO:Tropicos
Jaegeria hirta (Lag.) Less.
1826381A. Gentry&L. Forero   153251975-07-23
Colombia, Boyacá, 19 km SE of Moniquirá, disturbed oak forest., 5.88 -73.58, 2700m


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