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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1799947C.M. Taylor & P.M. Richardson   122942002-10-20
Chile, Atacama, Copiapo, El Niño year. Plants treated with alcohol before drying. N of Vallenar along Pan American highway. Desert., -28.07 -70.59, - 304m

MO:Tropicos
3220223F. Billiet & B. Jadin   70811997-11-23
Chile, Route vers I'observatoire La Silla; steppe semi-désertique á Porlieria., -29.13 -70.85, 1150m

MO:Tropicos
3227067Otto Zollner   121121984-10-02
Chile, Atacama, On the Pasas Pajonales., 1000m

MO:Tropicos
72658J. Aronson   77211989-02-07
Chile, Atacama, Huasco, IIIrd Region. Estación Cacheyuyo, beø tween La Serena and Vallenar. Very dry hillsides with very little cover or diversity., -29.27 -71.03, 40m

MO:Tropicos
72690J. Aronson   77221989-02-07
Chile, Atacama, Huasco, IIIrd Region. Estación Cacheyuyo, beø tween La Serena and Vallenar. Very dry hillsides with very little cover or diversity., -29.27 -71.03, 40m


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