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

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Missouri Botanical Garden

402883W. H. Camp   1945-08-18
Ecuador, Azuay, 2743 - 3352m

1946898Thomas M. Antonio   29301979-11-30
Panama, Veraguas, Santa Fe, Vicinity of the Escuela de Agricultura Alta Piedra, north of Santa Fé. 0.3 mi. beyond the fork in the road near the school going towards the Atlantic coast. Along trail to top of Cerro Tute, 8.48 -81.1, 1066 - 1249m

1956448Paul H. Allen   48031947-08-05
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Robalo Trail, northern slopes of Cerro Horqueta., 8.85 -82.45, 1828 - 2133m

Grammadenia myricoides Lundell
404081Bernal Apú en el curso II de Parataxónomos   381990-06-02
Costa Rica, Guanacaste, Parque Nacional Guanacaste Estación Cacao, bosque primario. Sendero Cerro Cacao., 10.92 -85.47, 1200m

929684Hermes Cuadros   49251993-02-24
Colombia, Antioquia, Ituango, Antioquia, Ituango, camino entre El Retiro y Cerro Paramillo., 7.07 -75.92, 2000 - 2900m

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Google Map

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