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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Bumelia obtusifolia subsp. buxifolia (Roem. & Schult.) Cronquist
1774274Al Gentry   82881973-06-18
Guatemala, Petén, Lake Yaxha. Disturbed forest., 17.06 -89.39, 152m

MO:Tropicos
Bumelia obtusifolia subsp. buxifolia (Roem. & Schult.) Cronquist
2386982William A. Kellerman   65881907-03-02
Guatemala, Baja Verapaz, Salama, Salamá, 15.1 -90.32, 838m

MO:Tropicos
2388506Elias Contreras   44111964-04-18
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Sebol, in high forest on top of a hill, about 5 km on old Petén Road., 15.83 -89.96

MO:Tropicos
Bumelia obtusifolia subsp. buxifolia (Roem. & Schult.) Cronquist
2389444H.H. Bartlett   125931931-04-12
Guatemala, Petén, Tikal, 17.23 -89.6

MO:Tropicos
Bumelia obtusifolia Humb. ex Roem.&Schult.
929900Hermes Cuadros   51291993-06-24
Colombia, Magdalena, Santa Marta, Santa Marta, Bahia Neguanje.

MO:Tropicos
409000Ricardo Rueda y Hermes Cuadros   4421992-05-28
Colombia, Magdalena, Santa Marta, Parque Natural Tayrona, Sector Neguanje.


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