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

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Harvard University Herbaria

Lellingeria phlegmaria (J. Smith) A. R. Smith & R. C. Moran
barcode-00268567J. A. Steyermark   589721944-09-30
Venezuela, Bolívar, Mount Roraima, southwest-facing forested slopes between Rondon Camp and base of sandstone bluffs, 2040 - 2255m

Lellingeria calolepis Labiak
barcode-00268568B. Peyton & S. T. Peyton   918
Peru, Cuzco, La Convencion, Huayopate, 7 km from the village of Incatambo; south side of the Lucumayo River. [vegeation plot #128]. W. slope 35%, 3430m

Lellingeria depressa (C. Christensen) A. R. Smith & R. C. Moran
barcode-00268569Lyman B. Smith   19561929-02-19
Brazil, São Paulo, Estacao Biologica, Alto da Serra, -23.78333333 -46.31666667, 800 - 900m

Lellingeria randallii (Maxon) A. R. Smith & R. C. Moran
barcode-00268570K. A. Wilson & Wilb. Murray   5591954-08-11
Jamaica, Saint Thomas, Corn Puss Gap and vicinity; Trail W over Blue Mts., 2000 - 2250m

Lellingeria dissimulans (Maxon) A. R. Smith & R. C. Moran
barcode-00268571O. Salvin   

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Google Map

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