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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1956923Esteban M. Martínez S., P. Tenorio, H. Droege & A.N. Díaz   232591988-08-04
Guatemala, El Progreso, 2 km N de Los Leones, camino El Rancho-Cobán. Veg. bosque de Pinus, 14.97 -90.2, 700m

MO:Tropicos
2101679C.E. Hughes   17531993-11-02
Guatemala, El Progreso, 2 km W of Cabañas on the road towards El Rancho or about 3 km E of El Rancho on the S side of the valley of the Valley of the río Motagua, 14.93 -89.7, 200m

MO:Tropicos
2602994Esteban M. Martínez S., P. Tenorio, H. Droege & A.N. Díaz   232591988-08-04
Guatemala, El Progreso, 2 km N de Los Leones, camino El Rancho-Cobán. Veg. bosque de Pinus, 14.97 -90.2, 700m

MO:Tropicos
2603453Juan J. Castillo M. & R. Luarca   15981992-09-06
Guatemala, El Progreso, Morazan, Morazán, Finca la Pita, Settlement of Marajuma. Thorny subtropical woodland. Associated with Apoplanecia, Jacquinia, Bursera, Cactaceae and Guaiacum, 14.91 -90.09, 350m

MO:Tropicos
2872967M. Véliz   MV 142142003-09-20
Guatemala, El Progreso, San Agustin Acasaguastlan, Transecto Myrtillocactus, San Agustin Acasaguastlan, 14.91 -89.93, 200 - 300m

MO:Tropicos
2892630M. Véliz   MV142282003-09-20
Guatemala, El Progreso, San Agustin Acasaguastlan, Transecto Myrtillocactus., 14.93 -89.94, 300 - 400m

MO:Tropicos
2893716A. Cóbar & M. García   AC7722003-09-20
Guatemala, El Progreso, San Agustin Acasaguastlan, Transecto Rancho Norte., 14.89 -90.02, 200 - 300m

MO:Tropicos
3169874Juan J. Castillo M.   29141998-08-02
Guatemala, El Progreso, Morazan, Colectado en la aldea Marajuma, monte espinoso subtropical, 14.93 -90.1


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