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

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
WAG.1225290Buchtien O   1903-01-18
Chile, Uspallata-Pass der chilenischen Hochcordillere (33° s. Breite): Juncal; auf den Bergen., -33 0

NL:Botany
Collomia biflora (Ruiz & Pav.) Brand
U.1517896Hollermayer PA   1926-12-01
Chile, Plantae Chilenses. Prov. Valdivia. Coihueco.

NL:Botany
U.1517894Lechler W; Hohenacker RF   
Chile, Pl. Chilens. Prope Bella vista in valle fl. Trumao in prov. Valdivia.

NL:Botany
Collomia biflora (Ruiz & Pav.) Brand
U.1517893Werdermann E   1924-12-01
Chile, Plantae Chilenses. Prov. Curico. Hacienda Monte Grande.

NL:Botany
Collomia biflora (Ruiz & Pav.) Brand
U.1517892Hollermayer PA   1926-12-01
Chile, Plantae Chilenses. Prov. Valdivia. Coihueco.

NL:Botany
L.4176582Pedersen TM   1986-01-18
Chile, between Termas de Chillán et La Franca. Prov. Ã'uble.

NL:Botany
L.4176568Unknown   1832-01-01
Chile

NL:Botany
L.2750230Unreadable   
Chile

NL:Botany
L.2750162Gerth H   1912-12-01
Argentina, Tega del Perdido, las Auces *.

NL:Botany
L.2750151Unreadable   
Chile

NL:Botany
L.2750143Bertero CLG   1828-09-01
Chile, in pascuis collium montis la Leona Rancaqua.

NL:Botany
AMD.95752Buchtien O   1905-02-01
Argentina, Flora von Nordpatagonien (Argentinische Andenregion). San Carlos de Bariloche (lago Nahuelhuapi, 41° s. Br.) Am Seeufer.

NL:Botany
Collomia biflora (Ruiz & Pav.) Brand
AMD.95750Andreas CH   1935-11-03
Chile, Concepcion, El Raincon, Estacion Nipas.

NL:Botany
Collomia biflora (Ruiz & Pav.) Brand
AMD.95749Andreas CH   1935-11-03
Chile, Concepcion, El Raincon, Estacion Nipas.


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