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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1225883W. Devia, A. Cruz, J. Adarve&C.M. Taylor   51001996-10-16
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buenaventura, Corregimiento Córdoba, Vereda San Cipriano, Reserva Natural Escalerete. Parcela U., 3.83 -76.87, 130m

MO:Tropicos
Pentagonia subsessilis L. Andersson&Rova
1235335O. de Benavides   82421987-07-07
Colombia, Narino, Magui, Payan., 130m

MO:Tropicos
Pentagonia Benth.
1443227James A. Duke   116501967-05-25
Colombia, Chocó, Punta Ardita, 0-50 m. (902-918), 7.13 -77.82

MO:Tropicos
Pentagonia Benth.
1478527A. Gentry et al.   302891981-01-07
Colombia, Chocó, Quibdo-Tutunendo road, ca. 4 km W of Tutunendo, tropical pluvial forest. Line 8., 5.77 -76.58, 80m

MO:Tropicos
Pentagonia Benth.
1491063P. Franco, et al.   10731983-01-12
Colombia, Chocó, Novita, Vereda Curundú, margen izquierda del río Ingará., 550m

MO:Tropicos
1496534E. Forero et al.   15941976-05-28
Colombia, Chocó, Riosucio, Parque Nacional Natural Los Catios, alrededores del campamento de Tilupo., 250m

MO:Tropicos
1496535R. Fonnegra et al.   17201987-03-04
Colombia, Antioquia, Pavarando Grande, despues del puente sobre el Rio Pavarando., 150 - 200m

MO:Tropicos
Pentagonia donnell-smithii (Standl.) Standl.
1502664R. Callejas et al.   57171987-11-20
Colombia, Antioquia, Mutatá, Sitio Aguas Claras, 3.5 km N de Mutata., 7.33 -76.58, 80m

MO:Tropicos
1576371James A. Duke   157401968-04-01
Colombia, Chocó, Near Helipad in Raphia Swamp, Rio Truando at Junction with Q. Buche.(el.ca. 4om).

MO:Tropicos
Pentagonia Benth.
1576707James A. Duke   157851968-06-21
Colombia, Chocó, Rio Salaqui, ca. 550', Hydro No. 4.

MO:Tropicos
1785474A. Gentry, G. Davidse&Fany Llanos   91511974-01-11
Colombia, Caqueta, 10 km S of San José de Fragua, disturbed forest along river., 320m


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