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

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Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
167202Morales Juan Francisco   7371992-09-30
Costa Rica, San José, Puriscal, P.N. La Cangreja Mastatal. Bosque primario y secundario. En parches remanentes., 9.69 -84.39, 300m

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FMB-089384Mendoza, Humberto; Medina, Sandra   169732006-10-28
Colombia, Caldas, Norcasia, Embalse río La Miel 1, zona Piñales 2, 570m

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167480Morales Juan Francisco   16301993-08-17
Costa Rica, San José, Puriscal, P.N. La Cangreja Mastatal. Bosque primario en las cercanías del puente sobre el Río Negro., 9.68 -84.39, 290m

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163617Morales Juan Francisco   6911991-09-29
Costa Rica, San José, Puriscal, P.N. La Cangreja Santa Rosa. Bosque primario en las faldas de Fila La Cangreja., 9.69 -84.38, 550m

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193436Aguilar Reinaldo   24941993-10-12
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Golfito, P.N. Corcovado Sirena sendero y alrededores., 8.46 -83.58, 10m

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150091Kernan C.   9711989-03-15
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Golfito, P.N. Corcovado Sirena Sirena Woods., 8.46 -83.58, 1 - 20m

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142884Kernan C.   2511988-03-07
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, P.N. Corcovado Sirena. Río Claro., 8.45 -83.55

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153390Hammel Barry E.   179151990-10-20
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Osa, R.I. Guaymí Ca. 2 km al oeste de donde Río Pavón se junta con Río Rincón. Bosque primario, 8.61 -83.51, 50 - 200m

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131852Kernan C.   4401988-05-14
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Golfito, P.N. Corcovado Sirena Anacardium Trail., 8.5 -83.63

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170234Aguilar Reinaldo   13071992-09-14
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Golfito, La Palma en pequeñas áreas de bosque alrededor del pueblo., 8.64 -83.46, 50m

FMB
FMB-002285Anónimo[? Gasché]   311974-00-00
Colombia, Amazonas, La Chorrera, La Chorrera


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