Dataset: US-Botany
Taxa: Cyclanthaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1122745.216J. S. de la Cruz   15051922-06-14
Guyana, Dadanawa., 2.75 -59.51667

US:Botany
1497131.215J. de la Cruz   44441923-10-23
Guyana, Kaieteur Falls., 5.16667 -59.48333333

US:Botany
1902731.214B. Maguire   24159
Suriname, Coppenam River Headwaters.

US:Botany
1066699.2108691G. Gardner   1866
Brazil, Serra de Araripe.

US:Botany
1771718.21E. P. Killip   349751939-04-13
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buena Ventura Bay, mangrove swamp.

US:Botany
1771717.215E. P. Killip   349751939-04-13
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buena Ventura Bay, mangrove swamp.

US:Botany
1771719.215E. P. Killip   349751939-04-13
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Buena Ventura Bay, mangrove swamp.

US:Botany
1056448.214A. S. Hitchcock   17378
Guyana, 5.33333 -59

US:Botany
1175271.215Ll. W. Williams   113821939-05-03
Venezuela, Bolivar, Rio Caura, middle course, Saltode para., 6.233333333 -64.41666667, 250 - 300m

US:Botany
1517878.209E. Holt & E. R. Blake   4801930-11-27
Venezuela, Foothills of Serraimeri near Salto de Hua, near Brazillian boundary.

US:Botany
1518788.214W. A. Archer   21801931-05-20
Colombia, Choc├│, Headwaters of Rio TutUnendo, E of Quibdo.

US:Botany
2106348.208F. R. Fosberg   198961943-01-31
Colombia, Huila, Above Finca la Estrella on ridge S of Quebrada Cucaracha, one of headwaters of Quebrada Damas, 12 km ESE of Garzon, 2.1333 -75.55, 2200 - 2700m

US:Botany
2106347.21F. R. Fosberg   198961943-01-31
Colombia, Huila, Above Finca la Estrella on ridge S of Quebrada Cucaracha, one of headwaters of Quebrada Damas, 12 km ESE of Garzon, 2.1333 -75.55, 2200 - 2700m

US:Botany
2106346.216F. R. Fosberg   198961943-01-31
Colombia, Huila, Above Finca la Estrella on ridge S of Quebrada Cucaracha, one of headwaters of Quebrada Damas, 12 km ESE of Garzon, 2.1333 -75.55, 2200 - 2700m


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