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

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
2699651.211G. T. Prance   158181971-10-23
Brazil, Rio Purus, Rio Uneiuxi , Mku Indians village, 300km above mouth

US:Botany
2962990.214T. C. Plowman   95251980-03-03
Brazil, Pará, Paragominas, Belem-Brasilia highway, N of Ligacao do Para., 250 - 250m

US:Botany
Amasonia campestris (Aubl.) Moldenke
3318025.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez, J.-J. de Granville, L. Hollenberg, A. Joly & C. Avril de Maria   57591993-07-30
Suriname, Tumuc Humac Mts, Talouakem, first base camp, 190m

US:Botany
Amasonia campestris (Aubl.) Moldenke
3381585.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez, G. A. Aymard, P. E. Berry & R. Schargel   102801998-02-20
Venezuela, Amazonas, Guainía, Along road from Maroa to Yabita, ca. 700 m from Yabita., 2.9117 -67.4486


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