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

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Harvard University Herbaria


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barcode-00284105M. Shemluck   3151980-07-24
Ecuador, Pastaza, along log road to Canelos, 1 km from highway to Puyo, 700m

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barcode-00508523[no data available]   
[data not captured]

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barcode-00060969W. Jameson (of Quito)   125
Peru, East side of the Cordilleras

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barcode-00060099W. Jameson (of Quito)   237
Colombia

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barcode-00290658W. Jameson (of Quito)   1845-00-00
Ecuador, Pichincha, Pichincha, near Quito

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Plagiochila spinulosa (Dicks.) Dumort.
barcode-00508338[no data available]   
[no additional data]

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barcode-00290641W. Jameson (of Quito)   H. J. 2841843-01-15
Peru, Peru

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barcode-00301464Killip & A. C. Smith   150661926-12-11
Colombia, Santander, Dept. Santander: Mesa de los Santos, 1500m


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