Dataset: WCSU-Podostemaceae
Search Criteria: Costa Rica; Heredia; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Western Connecticut State University Herbarium - Podostemaceae


WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-05775C.T.Philbrick; G.E.Crow and T.C.Edson   59472006-03-20
Costa Rica, Heredia, Rio San Ramon. This river drains into Rio Sarapiqui. 2.4 km E of town on Rt. 126 on road to Magsasay, SW of Puerto Viejo., 200m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06058C.T.Philbrick; G. E. Crow and T. C. Edson   59532006-03-21
Costa Rica, Heredia, Rio Guayabo. Ca. 17 km West of town., 10.346444 -84.255361, 450m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06063C.T.Philbrick; G. E. Crow and T. C. Edson   59482006-03-21
Costa Rica, Heredia, Rio Sarapiqui. 0.5 km E of town on Rt. 126, on road road to Magsasay., 10.388389 -84.138111, 200m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06073C.T.Philbrick; G. E. Crow and T. C. Edson   59452006-03-20
Costa Rica, Heredia, Rio Corinto. Ca. 2 km W of Town along Rt. 32 W of Guapilles., 10.211778 -83.886389, 180m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06426C. Thomas Philbrick; Garrett E. Crow, Thomas C. Edson   59552006-03-21
Costa Rica, Heredia, Negritos IRiver, 3-4 km east of town of Aguas Zarcas, northeast of Quesada, 420m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06427C. Thomas Philbrick; Garrett E. Crow, Thomas C. Edson   59462006-03-20
Costa Rica, Heredia, San Jose River, the river passes under Rt 4 about 2-3 km north of town of Santa Clara and west of Guapiles., 10.247806 -83.918889, 200m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06467C. Thomas Philbrick; Garrett E. Crow, Thomas C. Edson   59542006-03-21
Costa Rica, Heredia, West of town of Venecia, Cano Hidalgo River, 10.371611 -84.295917, 380m


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