Dataset: Harvard
Taxa: Emmotum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria

Emmotum fulvum R. A. Howard
barcode-00050231A. S. Pinkus   871938-12-00
Venezuela, Vicinity of Arabupu, Mount Roraima District, alt. 4200 feet, 1280m

Emmotum nudum R. A. Howard
barcode-00050235   1919-12-31

Emmotum glabrum Bentham ex Miers
barcode-00050234R. Spruce   1854-00-00
Brazil, Ad flum. Guaina v. Rio Negro supra ostium fluminis Casiquiari

Emmotum yapacanum R. A. Howard
barcode-00050236B. Maguire, R. S. Cowan & J. J. Wurdack   305181951-01-01
Venezuela, Amazonas, Northwest slopes of Yapacana, Cerro Yapacana, Rio Orinoco, alt. 800-1000 m

Emmotum celiae R. A. Howard
barcode-00050233B. Maguire & C. K. Maguire   353511953-02-21
Guyana, Right Fork of Cano Yutaje, Cerro Yutaje, Serrania Yutaje, Rio Manapiare, Territorio Amazonas, alt. 1500 m

Emmotum apogon Grisebach
barcode-00050232P. G. Lorentz & G. H. E. W. Hieronymus   438
Argentina, San Andreas, near Oran

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