Dataset: COL
Taxa: Mouriri
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


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Mouriri Aubl.
378522J. Rodríguez   1431993-08-27
Colombia, Vaupés, Serrania de Taraira., 200 - 200m

COL
Mouriri Aubl.
380720R. Vásquez   12696
Colombia, Amazonas, Puerto Nariño, Parque Nacional Amacayacu., 100 - 100m

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Mouriri Aubl.
392179J. M. Cardiel   10671990-12-11
Colombia, Caquetá, Sierra de Chiribiquete., 1.1166666746 -72.8333358765, 500 - 550m

COL
Mouriri guianensis subsp. puberula Morley
406175E. Acero D.   541997-05-11
Colombia, Casanare, Maní, Sin Datos.

COL
Mouriri Aubl.
410507Ad. Fajardo   1751997-03-12
Colombia, Meta, Puerto López, Finca Hawai., 190 - 190m

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Mouriri cauliflora Mart. ex DC.
425029A. C. Londoño   14311989-11-21
Colombia, Amazonas, Río Caquetá, margen izquierda, Araracuara, Villazul, frente a la isla Zumaeta., -0.662786 -72.08369, 200 - 300m

COL
Mouriri Aubl.
427322P. Vincelli   11121979-05-04
Colombia, Vichada, 5 km al sur occidente del centro administrativo., 100 - 100m

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428205José Luis Fernández-Alonso   138931996-03-17
Colombia, Cesar, La Jagua de Ibirico, Vereda El Zumbador, Escuela Nueva El Zumbador, vía La Jagua - El Zumbador, finca de José., 9.570632 -73.165267, 1200 - 1200m

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438850C. González   3921998-07-26
Colombia, Cauca, Piamonte, Bota Caucana, Cto de Miraflor, Rio Nabueno.

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Mouriri Aubl.
461872G. Galeano   22101990-12-08
Colombia, Caquetá, Sierra de Chiribiquete., 1.1166666746 -72.8333358765, 500 - 550m

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467742César E. Barbosa Castillo   58061989-05-22
Colombia, Chocó, Acandí, Ladera norte del cerro de Acandí, bosque de Los Chilingos.


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