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

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Missouri Botanical Garden

Oplismenopsis najada (Hack. & Arechav.) Parodi
1151272J. Richard Abbott & Anthony Jardim   166291995-04-22
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Nuflo de Chavez, Cerro Puquio Norte; 7.5 km NE of San Ramón; COMSUR property, proposed mine-site. Mix of open upland dry forest (Anadenanthera, Aspidosperma) and humid valley bottoms (Cariniana, Machaerium, Chrysophyllum)., -16.58 -62.43, 400m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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