Dataset: HVAA-Obs
Taxa: Fabaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Virtual Austral Americano General Observations


HVAA:Obs
Watters, A.   2018-02-14
Chile, Aisen, Rio Anita, -44.634341 -72.687793

HVAA:Obs
Ron Corbyn   2019-07-14
Chile, Los Rios, Callej├│n Bhole road on the north side of Cementerio Parque Los Laureles, just off highway 206 at the southern city limits of Valdivia, -39.84627 -73.201706

HVAA:Obs
Sophora cassioides (Phil.) Sparre
Aimee Corbyn   2019-09-29
Chile, Los Rios, in right-of-way of highway T-450, 3 km NE of Chaihuin, -39.929111 -73.566729, 40m

HVAA:Obs
Acacia melanoxylon R. Br. in Aiton & W.T. Aiton
Ron Corbyn   2019-08-19
Chile, Los Rios, 7.4 km SE of Valdivia on Highway 206, .8 km NE on T-507, N on T-505 330 m halfway to Angachilla River bridge., -39.88692 -73.13881, 3m

HVAA:Obs
Ron Corbyn   2019-10-20
Chile, Los Rios, 285 m WNW of highway 206, 25.5 km SE of Valdivia, 12.2 km NW of Paillaco, or 200 m NW of road T-609 turnoff, -39.99491 -72.9877, 109m

HVAA:Obs
Ron Corbyn   2019-12-26
Chile, Los Rios, 285 m NNW of a point on highway 206 either 25.5 km SE of Valdivia, 12.2 km NW of Paillaco, or 200 m NW of road T-609 turnoff., -39.99341 -72.98535, 91m

HVAA:Obs
Senna cumingii (Hooker & Arnott) H.S.Irwin & Barneby
Landrum, Leslie   O-1802010-10-10
Chile, Coquimbo, Cuesta de las Cardas, -30.3135 -71.2539, 620m

HVAA:Obs
Adesmia arborea Bertero ex Colla
Landrum, Leslie   O-1792010-10-10
Chile, Coquimbo, Cuesta de las Cardas, -30.3135 -71.2539, 620m

HVAA:Obs
L. R. Landrum   9NOV11-12011-11-09
Chile, Los Lagos, Chiloe, ca. 24 km S of Ancud on road to Castro, -42.07021 -73.78958

HVAA:Obs
Leslie Landrum   2011-11-12-12011-11-12
Chile, Los Lagos, Chiloe, Isla Quinchao, near main road to Achao, -42.41234 -73.60417, 150m


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