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

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
3273634.215W. Palacios   67211990-12-10
Ecuador, Zamora-Chinchipe, Canton Nangaritza, Valle del Rio Nangaritza, Miazi., -4.3 -78.6667, 1200 - 1200m

US:Botany
691654.2124F. Sellow   s.n.
Brazil, San Antonio between Campos and Vittoria.

US:Botany
Saccoloma inaequale (Kunze) Mett.
78403.10058Wilkes Explor. Exped.   s.n.1838-00-00
Brazil

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Saccoloma chartaceum Nair
1706725.215Y. Mexia   84291936-12-10
Ecuador, Esmeraldas, Parroquia de Concepcion, Playa Rica., 105 - 105m

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Saccoloma elegans var. costaricense Christ
575343.2077C. C Wercklé   s.n.1901-00-00
Costa Rica

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Saccoloma inaequale var. dimorphum Christ
575346.2077C. C Wercklé   s.n.1901-00-00
Costa Rica

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Saccoloma inaequale (Kunze) Mett.
3318222.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez, J.-J. de Granville, A. Boyer, C. Avril de Maria & L. Hollenberg   59461993-08-08
Suriname, Tumuc Humac Mts, Talouakem; second base camp., 2.48 -54.75, 330m


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