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

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United States National Herbarium

1926215.212L. O. Williams & A. Molina R.   115411947-01-05
Honduras, El Paraíso, Edge of lake near Galeras., 800 - 800m

Dyschoriste valeriana Leonard in Standl.
1254741.216P. C. Standley & J. Valerio R.   466131926-01-10
Costa Rica, Guanacaste, Vicinity of Tilaran, 500 - 650m

Dyschoriste repens (Nees) Kuntze
95370.10063Wilkes Explor. Exped.   s.n.1838-00-00
Peru, Lima

Dyschoriste boliviana Wassh. & J.R.I. Wood
3404222.101J. R. I. Wood & D. Goyder   158192000-01-20
Bolivia, Tarija, Arce, on road from Padcaya to Charaguana, 2100m

Dyschoriste prostrata Wassh. & J.R.I. Wood
3404219.101J. R. I. Wood   118901997-03-22
Bolivia, Chuquisaca, Oropeza, c. 4 km from Sucre airport on road to Ravelo, 2900m

Dyschoriste smithii Leonard
2249933.213L. B. Smith & R. Reitz   99121957-01-04
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Concordia, Rio Uruguai Estreito Douruguai.

1586098.211A. F. Skutch   4741933-07-22
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Near Tecpan, 2100 - 2100m

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Google Map

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