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

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


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Catostemma digitata J.D. Sheph. & W.S. Alverson
104731L. Vega   20
Colombia, Santander, Bolívar, Entre los ríos Carare y Opón.

COL
Catostemma digitata J.D. Sheph. & W.S. Alverson
180536A. H. Gentry   20065
Colombia, Santander, Puerto Parra, Valle del Magdalena, Campo Capote, 30 kilómetros al oriente de Carare., 6.63903 -73.929565, 300 - 300m

COL
Catostemma digitata J.D. Sheph. & W.S. Alverson
230886W. S. Alverson   3971977-04-09
Colombia, Antioquia, Rionegro, Edge of forest along roadway between Providencia and Q. La Tirana along river. Vic. Planta Providencia areas surrounding the confluence of Quebrada La Tirana and rio Anori, approx. 3 Km. upriver from Planta Providencia., 400 - 700m

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Catostemma digitata J.D. Sheph. & W.S. Alverson
281173SIN   
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COL
Catostemma digitata J.D. Sheph. & W.S. Alverson
281174J. S. Denslow   1402
Colombia, Antioquia, Rionegro, 26 Km S de Zaragoza. Alt. 400-700 m., 400 - 700m

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418294H. L. Clark   80811981-06-12
Colombia, Amazonas, An Carlos de rio Negro, ca. 20 Km. S of rio Negro and Brazo Casiquiare; IVIC main study site, 4.3 Km. NNE on Solano road; phenology transect, plant permanently marked (# 443, x 12 y 216)., 119 - 119m

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418296H. L. Clark   81151981-08-13
Colombia, Amazonas, San Carlos de Rio Negro, ca. 20 Km. S of Rio Negro and Brazo Casiquiare; IVIC main study site, 4.3 Km NNE on Solano road; phenology transect, plant permanently marked ( # 448, x 203.8 y283. 7)., 119 - 119m

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407855Pablo A. Palacios   18941986-08-24
Colombia, Amazonas, Rio Caqueta mar. izquierda, 2.3 Km TRA 40 Caño Solarte mar. derecha., 300 - 300m


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Google Map

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