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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Condylopodium hyalinifolium S. Díaz&G.P. Méndez
1453759J.J. Cadena&R. Galindo   2201998-12-16
Colombia, Boyacá, Duitama, Vereda Santa Helena, La Sierra, margen izquierdo del rio La Rusia, Santuario de Guanenta., 2700m

MO:Tropicos
Condylopodium cuatrecasasii R.M. King&H. Rob.
1453760F.W. Pennell&E.P. Killip   83311922-07-14
Colombia, Cauca, Aguanche., 1200 - 1500m

MO:Tropicos
Condylopodium cuatrecasasii R.M. King&H. Rob.
1453761A. Gentry, M. Mulampy, N. Hikes, S. Libenson, M. Olson&A. Cagallo   60831981-01-05
Colombia, Chocó, Halfway between Quibdo and Tutunendo, tropical pluvial forest. Line 4., 5.77 -76.58, 80m

MO:Tropicos
Condylopodium gachalanum S. Díaz&G.P. Méndez
1590235O. Rangel et al.   20071979-01-27
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Gachala, Vereda Los Alpes., 2000m


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Google Map

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