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

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Bombacopsis speciosa (Triana & Planch.) A. Robyns
15452SIN   
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COL
Bombacopsis speciosa (Triana & Planch.) A. Robyns
106568Herbario Nacional Colombiano   26226
Colombia, Antioquia, Rionegro, San Jeronimo,granja Exp,Cacao.

COL
Bombacopsis speciosa (Triana & Planch.) A. Robyns
124364D. D. Soejarto   2529
Colombia, Antioquia, Medellín, Parques., 1500 - 1500m

COL
Bombacopsis sessilis (Benth.) Pittier
126469SIN   12976
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COL
Bombacopsis Pittier
146315SIN   769
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COL
Bombacopsis speciosa (Triana & Planch.) A. Robyns
158804Hernándo García Barriga   18216
Colombia, Huila, Neiva, Cerro Neiva., 500 - 1000m

COL
Bombacopsis patinoi Dugand & Robyns
251514A. H. Gentry   34917
Colombia, Nariño, Finca Venavides,Km 63 entre Tumaco y Tuquerres., 50 - 50m

COL
Bombacopsis Pittier
254798A. H. Gentry   35111
Colombia, Nariño, Los Andes, Finca Salazar,7 Km above Ricaurte., 1750 - 1750m

COL
Bombacopsis sessilis (Benth.) Pittier
270845A. H. Gentry   24152
Colombia, Chocó, Quibdó, 3-6 km.N de Quibdo., 50 - 50m

COL
Bombacopsis sessilis (Benth.) Pittier
297207SIN   1068
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COL
Bombacopsis Pittier
303982A. Cogollo   992
Colombia, Antioquia, San Luis, Canon del rio Claro., 5.93572 -74.84932, 425 - 500m

COL
Bombacopsis Pittier
361589bSIN   4719
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COL
Bombacopsis Pittier
361590M. Betancur J.   4546
Colombia, Nariño, Barbacoas, Vereda El Barro, Reserva Natural Río Ñambí., 1.299103 -78.084362, 1325 - 1325m

COL
Bombacopsis Pittier
361674J. Betancur   4719
Colombia, Nariño, Barbacoas, Vereda El Barro, Reserva Natural Río Ñambí., 1.299103 -78.084362, 1325 - 1325m


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