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

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Eriope platanthera Epling & Mathias
1987237.2093062H. García Barriga   133181948-11-29
Venezuela, Tachira, San Cristobal., 2020 - 2020m

US:Botany
Eriope silvatica Tolmachev
1273603.2132006L. Riedel & N. Lund   24501834-08-00
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Rio das Velhas.

US:Botany
2820097.2153662R. M. Harley   16770
Brazil, Bahia, Northwest of Lalgoinha on road to Minas do Mimoso.

US:Botany
Eriope parvifolia subsp. glandulosa Harley
2675580.215H. S. Irwin   322581971-02-16
Brazil, Bahia, Serra do Tombador, summit of Morro do Chapeu.

US:Botany
2675512.21H. S. Irwin   308131971-02-23
Brazil, Bahia, Agua de Rega road.

US:Botany
Eriope filifolia Benth. in DC.
1273607.212L. Riedel   11661824-00-00
Brazil, Diamantina.

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3233250.216R. M. Harley, S. Mayo, R. Storr, T. S. Santos & R. S. Pinheiro   186861977-02-14
Brazil, Bahia, Serro Dosincora, s of Andarai, along road to Mucuge near small town of Xique-xique., 41.3167 -12.9, 700 - 900m


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