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

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
152044.2277F. Drouet   14131935-09-11
Brazil, Ceara State, Near acude joao lopes, fortaleza

US:Botany
151976.2295J. A. Steyermark & J.J. Wurdack   1451955-01-16
Venezuela, Bolivar State, Chimanta massif, rio tirica, just above techine-meru

US:Botany
151991.2312J. A. Steyermark, L. B. Smith, R. C. Smith, G. C. K. Dunsterville & E. Dunsterville   105521-a1972-02-20
Venezuela, Bolívar, Santa Teresita de Kavanayen, Rio Parupa

US:Botany
151990.2328E. Y. Dawson   EYD 151781956-06-02
Brazil, Goias State, Peixe-porangatu road, 126.5 km south southwest of peixe

US:Botany
151980.2362P. Hummelinck   1141937-01-21
Colombia, La Guajira Department, Laguna del Pajaro, S of el Pajaro

US:Botany
152093.2254S. Wright   20521933-12-03
Brazil, Paraiba State, Acude joao alves de souza, campina grande

US:Botany
152094.2274S. Wright   20151934-07-00
Brazil, Paraiba State, Campina grande


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Google Map

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