Dataset: WCSU-Podostemaceae
Search Criteria: Brasil; Amapa; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Western Connecticut State University Herbarium - Podostemaceae


WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia guyanensis (Pulle) van Royen
WCSU-06334C. P. Bove; C. T. Philbrick   24872014-09-23
Brasil, Amapa, First tributary of the Falsino River (Primeiro braco do rio Falsino), 1.05523 -51.56587

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-06335C. P. Bove; C. T. Philbrick   24442014-09-17
Brasil, Amapa, Town of Amapa (north of by 15 km), off BR-156, Amapa Grande River, Cachoeira Grande, 2.16159 -50.92225

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Lophogyne wilsonii C. P. Bove & C. T. Philbrick
WCSU-06191Bove, Claudia P.; C. Thomas Philbrick   24672014-09-22
Brasil, Amapa, Rio Calcoene, 5-6 km north of town, Cachoeira da As Aberta, about 2 km north of main road (BR 156).; 2.51897 -51.01494, 2.51897 -51.01494, 19m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-06419Bove, Claudia P.; C. Thomas Philbrick   24572014-09-19
Brasil, Amapa, Marupi River, which is a tributary of the Oiapoque River. this location is about 2-3 km upstream (by boat) from Oiapoque River., 3.17497 -52.2349, 68m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-06449Claudia P. Bove; C. Thomas Philbrick   24262014-09-13
Brasil, Amapa, About 30 km northwest of main road (BR-156), Manaca River, Carana (the location), -0.01957 -51.89016, 33m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-06450Claudia P. Bove; C. Thomas Philbrick   24392014-09-16
Brasil, Amapa, Amapa River, -1.00109 -52.02502, 85m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-06451Claudia P. Bove; C. Thomas Philbrick   24332014-09-14
Brasil, Amapa, village named Agua Fria, River also named Agua Fria, north of town of Pedra Branca do Amapari, -0.80952 -51.98101, 85m


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