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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1779887J.G. Ramirez&D. Cardenas   2661988-12-06
Colombia, Antioquia, San Luis, Quebrada La Cristalina, Bh-T/Bmh-T. Sector CW., 6 -74.75, 500 - 550m

MO:Tropicos
1779888J.G. Ramirez&D. Cardenas   13061987-07-27
Colombia, Antioquia, San Luis, Quebrada La Cristalina, bh-T/Bmh-T. Sector CE., 6 -74.75, 600 - 770m

MO:Tropicos
1779889J.G. Ramirez&D. Cardenas   12041987-06-29
Colombia, Antioquia, San Luis, Quebrada La Cristalina, Bh-T/Bmh-T. Sector E., 6 -74.75, 760 - 760m

MO:Tropicos
1779890J.G. Ramirez&D. Cardenas   17051987-09-26
Colombia, Antioquia, San Luis, Quebrada La Cristalina, Bh-T/Bmh-T. Sector CE., 6 -74.75, 600 - 770m

MO:Tropicos
1779891S. Hoyos&J. Hernandez   4081983-11-28
Colombia, Antioquia, San Luis, Autopista Medellín-Bogotá, vereda La Josefina, camino a Palmira., 5.96 -74.93, 800m

MO:Tropicos
1779892S. Hoyos&J. Hernandez   7191983-12-24
Colombia, Antioquia, San Luis, Autopista Medell4n-Bogotá, vereda La Josefina, cañón de la quebrada La salada., 800m

MO:Tropicos
Securidaca schlimii Planch.&Linden ex Triana&Planch.
1792453L. Schlim   513
Colombia, Ocaña. Aguachica., 243m

MO:Tropicos
Securidaca corymbosa Triana&Planch.
1792456Triana   s.n.34936
Colombia

MO:Tropicos
Securidaca goudotiana Triana&Planch.
1792457Triana   s.n.34937
Colombia

MO:Tropicos
1792521Alexander E. Lawrence   188
Colombia, Boyacá

MO:Tropicos
1792600Alexander E. Lawrence   1741932-06-07
Colombia, Boyacá, On the edge of a high forest in the Mt. Chapón region, Boyacá.


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Google Map

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