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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
570686Humboldt & Bonpland   
Ecuador

MO:Tropicos
1709166E. Montenegro   13701996-06-23
Panama, Herrera, Santa Maria, Comunidad de el Rincón. Ciénaga la Macana., 8.11 -80.6

MO:Tropicos
566279Gerardo Herrera   18941988-04-26
Costa Rica, Alajuela, Upala, San José 11 Km al Noreste del pueblo, Asentamiento campesino Jomusa, Entre Villa Hermosa y Jomusa, 10.98 -85.11, 40m

MO:Tropicos
570764Barbour, P. J.   4866
Peru, Madre de Dios, Tambopata

MO:Tropicos
570771Barbour, P. J.   4898
Peru, Madre de Dios, Tambopata

MO:Tropicos
587781Helen J. Young & Don A. Stratton   2931984-11-29
Peru, Madre de Dios, Tambopata, Tambopata Wildlife Reserve, 30 km S of Puerto Maldonado. above sea level., -12.25 -69.28, 260m

MO:Tropicos
598197Rodolfo Vásquez & N. Jaramillo   98581987-10-15
Peru, Loreto, Mariscal Ramon Castilla , Pevas. Río Ampiyacu. Bosque inundable estacional., -3.33 -71.83, 106m

MO:Tropicos
1396649Ana Carrión, E. Ramos, J.M. Rojas, K. Osinaga, M. Herrera & M. Chávez   6171998-10-29
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Angel Sandoval, Prov. German Busch, area natural de manejo integrado Otuquis,a 6 km al NE de la estancia Arco iris. Canal Sicuri, abundantes colchas flotantes de Eichhornia crassipes y Eichhornia azurea., -18.92 -57.75, 84m

MO:Tropicos
1530559M. Nee   34259
Bolivia, Beni, 150m

MO:Tropicos
1718620N.Paniagua   6612000-09-16
Bolivia, Pando

MO:Tropicos
1718628R. Foster   124001992-11-21
Bolivia, Beni

MO:Tropicos
590803R. Frey, P. Bettella & R. Quevedo   4571990-04-29
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Chiquitos, Puerto Suarez, southern edge of Laguna Cáceres, 1.5 km N of the plaza central of Puerto Suarez., -18.95 -57.8, 80m

MO:Tropicos
570914Julian A. Steyermark   318761939-11-17
Guatemala, Jutiapa, Asuncion Mita, Lago Atescatempa, S of Asunción Mita, 14.21 -89.7, 500 - 800m


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