Dataset: NL-Botany
Taxa: Heliconiaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Heliconia vaginalis subsp. mathiasiae (G.S.Daniels & F.G.Stiles) L.Andersson
U.1413032Burger WC; Antonio T   1978-09-23
Costa Rica, North end of Tortuguero National Park and near the Boca de las Lagunas de Tortuguero. Prov. Limón., 10.566667 -83.533333

NL:Botany
Heliconia vaginalis subsp. mathiasiae (G.S.Daniels & F.G.Stiles) L.Andersson
U.1413031Maas PJM   1972-01-22
Costa Rica, Guayacán, prov. Limón; 34 km NE of Turrialba; margins of high forest.

NL:Botany
Heliconia vaginalis subsp. mathiasiae (G.S.Daniels & F.G.Stiles) L.Andersson
U.1413030Maas PJM   1991-02-16
Costa Rica, Limon: Cantón de Siguirres 10-15 km SW of Siquirres; forest remnant along Rio Pacuare., 10.1 -83.466667

NL:Botany
Heliconia vaginalis subsp. mathiasiae (G.S.Daniels & F.G.Stiles) L.Andersson
U.1413029Maas PJM   1991-02-16
Costa Rica, Limon: Cantón de Siguirres 10-15 km SW of Siquirres; forest remnant along Rio Pacuare., 10.1 -83.466667


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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