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

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Missouri Botanical Garden


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283586L.B. Holm-Nielsen et al.   1973-04-04
Ecuador, Cotopaxi, Quevedo - Latacunga road, km 46 from Quevedo. NE exposed slopes with rain forest., -0.92 -79.18, 600m

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283594Kvist   1982-07-12
Ecuador, Pichincha, In the Colorado community Congoma Grande at km. 23 on the Santa Domingo - Puerto Lim, -0.35 -79.37, 100m

MO:Tropicos
283609Michael Grayum & Pam Sleeper   41511984-10-15
Costa Rica, Heredia, Vicinity of horseback- riding facility at Tajo de Cariari, ca. 1 km SE of Ciudad Cariari, Along Río Virilla. Elev. ca. 940 m. 9º58'N, 84º09'W., 9.96 -84.15, 940m

MO:Tropicos
283559Al Gentry & Camilo Diaz   583091987-06-10
Peru, Tumbes, Cerros de Amotape, Quebrada Los Conejos and adjacent ridge, ca. 25 km SE of Cherrelique. Premontane moist forest., -4.15 -80.62, 600 - 850m


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