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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1357520John E. Ebinger   10281960-08-29
Panama, Coclé, Penonome, Penonomé: Llanos outside of town, 8.5 -80.33

MO:Tropicos
1357522James A. Duke   59331962-10-20
Panama, Panamá, Savanna near Río Pacora and Chepo Highway, 9.03 -79.35, 20m

MO:Tropicos
1357524E.L. Tyson   53031969-01-04
Panama, Coclé, Nata, 10 mi E of Nata at Río Grande. Tomato field weeds., 8.42 -80.51

MO:Tropicos
1357518E.R. Heithaus   2761971-08-02
Costa Rica, Guanacaste, Bagaces, Comelco E; west of Begaces; roadside and forest trails, 10.53 -85.32, 64m

MO:Tropicos
Chrysanthellum tuberculatum (Hook. & Arn.) Cabrera
1524417M. Nee   430841992-12-12
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Within the Flora de la Region del Parque Nacional Amboro, but above the 700 m contour, -17.9 -64.53, 2000m

MO:Tropicos
Chrysanthellum indicum var. afroamericanum B.L. Turner
1535060M. Nee   486371998-03-13
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Within the Flora de la Region del Parque Nacional Amboro, but above the 700 m contour, -18.12 -63.62, 1400m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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