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

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Western Connecticut State University Herbarium - Podostemaceae


WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06432Claudia P. Bove; C. Thomas Philbrick, Brad Ruhfel, Paula K. Philbrick   22292010-06-14
Brasil, Tocantins, Manoel Aves River. Along a popular swimming area next to TO-050., -11.855056 -47.626833, 345m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06454C. Thomas Philbrick; Claudia P. Bove, Stephanie Tucci   59952006-07-24
Brasil, Tocantins, Cachoeira Veu do Noiva. About 2 km southeast of Novo Horizonte, about 15 km west of Araguaina. This location is a popular swimming area located about 16 km off of main road (BR-10).

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Apinagia riedelii (Bong.) Tul.
WCSU-06457C. Thomas Philbrick; Alejandro Novelo R., Claudia P. Bove, David Gera   58312005-06-08
Brasil, Tocantins, Taquaruçu, Rio Taquaruçu. Ca. 8-10 km E of town. river runs parallel to route TO-030.; -10.3058333 -48.1716667; -10.3058333 -48.1716667, -10.3058333 -48.1716667, 390m


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