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

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Western Connecticut State University Herbarium - Podostemaceae


WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06327C. T. Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R., Bruno E. Irgang   55892000-05-18
Brasil, Goias, Mantrincha River, along rt GO-194, 90 km northwest of town of Mineiros, 60 km northwest of town of Portelandia., -16.96995 -52.621067

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06437C. Thomas Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R., Bruno E. Irgang   56232000-05-24
Brasil, Goias, Padre Souza River, along GO-080 between Interlandia and Anapolis, -16.109168 -49.035317, 880m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06438C. Thomas Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R., Bruno E. Irgang   55602000-05-16
Brasil, Goias, Anicuns Grande River, 10-15 km northwest of town of Trindade along GO-060., -16.57515 -49.7322, 660m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06438C. Thomas Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R., Bruno E. Irgang   56152000-05-22
Brasil, Goias, Almas River, south of center of town, 555m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06440C. Thomas Philbrick   55722000-05-17
Brasil, Goias, Caiopo River, about 2 km south (upstream) of route GO-060, between towns of Ipora and Arenopolis, -16.3312 -51.465917, 366m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-06485C. Thomas Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R., Bruno E. Irgang   55872000-05-18
Brasil, Goias, Mantrincha River, along rt GO-194, 90 km northwest of town of Mineiros, 60 km northwest of town of Portelandia.; -16.96995 -52.621067, -16.96995 -52.621067


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