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

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Erdisia meyenii Britton & Rose
3052792.245J. N. Rose   188011914-00-00
Peru, Arequipa

US:Botany
Erdisia meyenii Britton & Rose
761609.2544J. N. Rose & J. S. Rose   189681914-08-23
Peru, Arequipa

US:Botany
Erdisia meyenii Britton & Rose
1232564.255A. Weberbauer   7265
Peru, Moquegua, 3100 - 3200m

US:Botany
Erdisia meyenii Britton & Rose
1280003.26A. Weberbauer   72651925-02-22
Peru, Moquegua, 3100 - 3200m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2976992.244F. L. Herrera   181922-11-00
Peru, Cusco

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
1191347.246J. F. Macbride   33411923-04-08
Colombia, Vaupés, 2745 - 2745m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
761661.2466J. N. Rose & J. S. Rose   190791914-09-02
Peru, Cusco

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
1121481.248D. T. MacDougal   19881922-08-18
Peru, Huánuco, 2288 - 2288m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2976990.25F. L. Herrera   91922-00-00
Peru, Cusco, 2400 - 2400m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2976993.251F. L. Herrera   s.n.1922-00-00
Peru, Cusco

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2978405.251H. Engelmann   11914-06-23
Peru, Cusco, 2455 - 2455m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2976989.252F. L. Herrera   3a1924-05-00
Peru, Cusco

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
603771.2556O. F. Cook & G. Gilbert   5701915-05-07
Peru, Cusco, 3000 - 3000m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2976991.257F. L. Herrera   111922-10-00
Peru, Cusco, 3300 - 3300m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2976994.257H. Engelmann   s.n.1914-11-19
Peru, Cusco / Huancavelica, 2745 - 2745m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
1191352.257J. F. Macbride   36271923-05-10
Peru, Huánuco, 2745 - 2745m

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
2976995.258F. L. Herrera   31924-05-16
Peru, Cusco, La Convención

US:Botany
Erdisia squarrosa
1838660.259R. Shepard   1931920-10-14
Bolivia, La Paz, 3508 - 3508m


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