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

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Western Connecticut State University Herbarium - Podostemaceae


WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-05767C.T.Philbrick; G.E.Crow and T.C.Edson   59582006-03-23
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Rio Guacimal. NW of Miramar ca. 15-20 km, ca. 19 km N of Rt. 1 (Pan-American Highway). 6 km from Los Angeles., 10.216833 -84.850722, 390m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-05771C.T. Philbrick; G. E. Crow and T. C. Edson   59252006-03-16
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Rio Barranca. 3.5 km E of Rt 1 (Pan-American Highway), E of the town of Macacona on road to San Jeronimo., 10.018194 -84.636, 147m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
WCSU-05928J. F. Morales; J. Gonzalez   45701995-07-19
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Costena Belt of the Parrita Valley. Skirts hill nara. gully Salitrillo primary forest near the channel., 9.481944 -84.047222, 200m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06079C.T.Philbrick; G. E. Crow and T. C. Edson   59372006-03-18
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Rio Volcan, near town along Rt. 2., 9.176694 -83.4265, 392m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSu-06081C.T.Philbrick; G. E. Crow and T. C. Edson.   59382006-03-18
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Rio Platares, 1-2 km NW of town., 9.09575 -83.278861, 204m

WCSU:Podostemaceae
Tristicha trifaria (Bory ex ) Willd. Spreng.
WCSU-06468C. Thomas Philbrick; Garrett E. Crow, Thomas C. Edson   59592006-03-23
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Guacimal River, 19 km north of Rt 1 (Pan-American Highway), 6 km from town of Los Angeles, 10.216833 -84.850722, 390m


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