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

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1601588Prance GT; Maas PJM; Atchley AA; et al.   1971-07-15
Brazil, Amazonas, Rio Curuquetê, vicinity of Cachoeira Santo Antonio.

NL:Botany
U.1601587Prance GT; Maas PJM; Atchley AA; et al.   1971-07-17
Brazil, Amazonas, Rio Curuquetê, vicinity of Cachoeira Santo Antonio.

NL:Botany
U.1601586Jenman GS   1899-10-01
Guyana, Waramboo Falls, Mazaruni River.

NL:Botany
U 0084217Jenman GS   1899-10-01
Guyana, Laburi Falls Puruni River.

NL:Botany
U 0008222Jenman GS   1898-10-01
Guyana, Amatuk Falls, Potaro River.

NL:Botany
U 0008221Jenman GS   1898-10-01
Guyana, Rio Potaro ; Kaieteur

NL:Botany
U 0007754Jenman GS   1898-10-01
Guyana, Rio Potaro ; Kaieteur

NL:Botany
L.1858130Jenman GS   1898-10-01
Guyana, British Guyana. Potaro-river, Amatuk-falls.

NL:Botany
L.1858129Jenman GS   1898-10-01
Guyana, Br. Guyana. Potaro-river, Kaieteur-falls.

NL:Botany
L.1858053Jenman GS   1899-10-01
Guyana, Br. Guyana. Mazaruni-river, Caburi falls.

NL:Botany
L.1858052Sandwith NY   1929-10-14
Guyana, British Guiana. Essequibo river.

NL:Botany
Jenmaniella jenmanii (Engl.) P.Royen
L.1858051Jenman GS   
Guyana, British Guyana. Potaro-river, Cobanatuk falls, (tussen marathrum).

NL:Botany
L.1858050Jenman GS   1898-09-01
Guyana, British Guiana. Potaro-river, Kaieteur falls.

NL:Botany
L 0204541Bartlett AW   1905-09-01
Guyana, Temple Bar falls.

NL:Botany
L 0204540Jenman GS   1897-01-01
Guyana, Waramboo falls.

NL:Botany
L 0204537Othmer B   
Venezuela, At the mouth of the Curapacary.

NL:Botany
L 0204536Othmer B   
Venezuela, At the mouth of the Curapacary.

NL:Botany
L 0204535Jenman GS   1898-09-01
Guyana, Tumatumari falls.

NL:Botany
L 0035206Huber JE   1899-12-01
Brazil, Amazonas, Brazil. Cachoeira do Rio Guama


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