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

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Western Connecticut State University Herbarium - Podostemaceae


WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06331C. T. Philbrick; Bruno E. Irgang, Alejandro Novelo R., C. V. de Senna Gastal Jr.   56572001-07-12
Brasil, Minas Gerais, Matipo River, along BR-262, about 35 km west of Manhuacu, -20.312417 -42.32475

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06333C. P. Bove; C. T. Philbrick, P. K. B. Philbrick   23152012-06-24
Brasil, Minas Gerais, Rio Sao Francisco (head of), -20.336944 -46.455111, 794m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06418C. Thomas Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R.   5772A2002-08-01
Brasil, Minas Gerais, Paranaiba River, village of Gamela, lower end of river rapids. Abundant., -18.06625 -47.281

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06424C. Thomas Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R., Bruno E. Irgang   56892001-07-17
Brasil, Minas Gerais, Small river (about 10 m wide), river name not known, west edge of town of Alpinopolis. Water seems very polluted., -20.867028 -46.395083


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