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

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United States National Herbarium

700759.2123C. E. O. Kuntze   s.n.1874-06-00
Costa Rica, San José, Hohenzug Sudlich von San Jose., 1524 - 1524m

676345.208W. R. Maxon   57931911-04-06
Panama, Colón, Forest around Portobello., 5 - 200m

Streblacanthus parviflorus Leonard
1780245.211P. C. Standley   729491939-05-03
Guatemala, Izabal, Escoba, across bay W from Puerto Barrios

Streblacanthus amoenus
3359328.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez & F. Ramirez   98831997-09-23
Peru, Cuzco, Cuzco, Distrito Camisea; Campamento Malvinas, -11.87 -72.9411, 450m

677172.2132H. F. Pittier   24341911-01-17
Panama, Colón, Forests around Portobello., 5 - 100m

Streblacanthus macrophyllus Lindau
1320544.212H. F. Pittier   85471894-03-00
Costa Rica, The mouth of Zhorquin (Talmanca), 50 - 50m

Streblacanthus chirripensis Lindau
578021.2168H. F. Pittier   160461900-02-00
Costa Rica, Hacienda de Chirripo, 200 - 200m

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Google Map

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