Dataset: FMB
Taxa: Guazuma
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
Guazuma Mill.
FMB-005003Moreno-Bejarano, Luz   22 C1979-09-06
Colombia, Magdalena, Santa Marta, Estación Arrecife

FMB
FMB-006044Zuluaga, Silvio   2121982-04-17
Colombia, Chocó, Sector Sautatá

FMB
FMB-006381Lozano-Contreras, Gustavo; Barrera, Eduardo   38701983-06-27
Colombia, Magdalena, Santa Marta, Cerro el Cielo, 350m

FMB
FMB-010850Barclay, Arthur; Juajiboy, Pedro; Gama, José   35591972-07-08
Colombia, Cundinamarca, 11 km E of Melgar along highway to Fusagasugá, steep rocky banks of río Fusagasugá, 500m

FMB
FMB-012246Arboleda, O.; Bunch, P.; Loh, J. von   Bunch 4281981-03-08
Colombia, La Guajira, Maicao, On arroyo Bruno

FMB
FMB-028614Suárez, J.   1
Colombia, Arauca, Caño Verde

FMB
FMB-029081Viña, Andrés   1661994-05-05
Colombia, Casanare, Yopal, Cercanias a la carretera que de Yopal conduce al Morro, 680m

FMB
FMB-029789Acero, Enrique   151996-05-19
Colombia, Casanare, Aguazul, Vereda Únete

FMB
Guazuma Mill.
FMB-039214Pinilla, N.; Anónimo[? F.L.N.]   MPN/FLN 1701992-05-19
Colombia, Magdalena, Minca

FMB
FMB-052622Rodríguez, M.   2121992-10-00
Colombia, Casanare, Yopal, Cusiana F, Estación 1 (Quebrada La Arenosa -NN-), 275m

FMB
FMB-056368Zuluaga, Silvio; Estudiantes campo continental-1991   1991991-09-15
Colombia, Bolívar, Zambrano, Hacienda Monterrey, bosque la Reja

FMB
FMB-077649Ramírez, J.; Morales, Germán   92992004-11-08
Colombia, Casanare, Paz de Ariporo, Corregimiento La Hermosa, finca Nicaragua, Caño Pica Pico, 115m

FMB
FMB-101017Castro, Felipe; Pérez, C.   89332010-10-07
Colombia, Casanare, Tauramena, Vereda Cabañas, 457m

FMB
FMB-109340López, René; Nieto, Jhon; Cardenas, Luis   RLC 154962013-12-17
Colombia, Cundinamarca, Anapoima, Casco urbano, 714m

FMB
FMB-111200Moreno-Cardenas, A-C   1272012-04-04
Colombia, Casanare, Tauramena, Río Caja, 329m


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