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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1774959A. Gentry   94391974-01-20
Colombia, Chocó, Upper Río Truandó between La Teresita and mouth of Río Ramón.

MO:Tropicos
1777195R. Callejas&O. Marulanda   60011988-02-27
Colombia, Meta, Mesetas, Vereda Gaviotas, vía Pto. Croebas-Gaviotas-Río Leiva (afl. Guayabero), (10 h de camino)., 410 - 560m

MO:Tropicos
1777216R. Callejas&O. Marulanda   59071988-02-25
Colombia, Meta, Mesetas, Vereda Puerto Losada, vía Puerto Losada-Las Marimbas, N 45 E de Puerto Losada a Marimbas., 360 - 490m

MO:Tropicos
1777217H. Cuadros V.   20401985-01-23
Colombia, Antioquia, Mutatá, Las Lomas Aisladas, carretera Panamericana., 50m

MO:Tropicos
1777220E. Rentería A.&et al.   47071986-03-22
Colombia, Antioquia, Urabá-Chigorodó-Malagón. Caño Malagón., 10m

MO:Tropicos
Swartzia simplex (Sw.) Spreng.
1777254J. Betancur, et al.   12481989-05-26
Colombia, Chocó, Acandi, Corregimiento San Francisco, Bahía Zardí, colecciones hechas en la orilla y pocos metros más adentro de la playa, acantilado rocoso, bmh-T. Golfo de Urabá, Oceano Atlántico., 8.38 -77.12, - 5m

MO:Tropicos
1777256R.E. Schultes&I. Cabrera   140661951-09-16
Colombia, Amazonas, Amazonas-Vaupés: Río Apaporis, Cachivera de Jirijirimo y alrededores., 0.13 -70.65, 250m

MO:Tropicos
1785501A. Gentry, G. Davidse&Fany Llanos   91971974-01-13
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Dry cliffs above Río Sumapaz, 14 km W of Melgar., 400m

MO:Tropicos
1786188R. Fonnegra, J.C. Benavides&et al.   71832000-09-05
Colombia, Antioquia, Caucasia, Hacienda La Candelaria-Universidad de Antioquia., 8.07 -75.08, 150m

MO:Tropicos
Swartzia mutisii Britton&Killip
1788600Alvaro Arciria   291966-12-06
Colombia, Antioquia, Segovia, 750m

MO:Tropicos
Swartzia pendula Spruce ex Benth.
1804013A. Gentry   127121974-11-17
Colombia, Amazonas, Leticia, forest near outskirts of town on Brazilian frontier., -4.22 -69.94


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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