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

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1308875Zarucchi JL   1979-07-14
Colombia, Vuapes; Mitu and vicinity; lower Rio Kubiyu.

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308874Ducke A   1932-01-02
Brazil, Sao gabriel, Rio Negro super (civ. Amazonas).

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308873Krukoff BA   1936-09-11
Brazil, Basin of Rio Solimoes. State of amazonas: Municipality Sao Paulo de Olivenca, near Palmares.

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308872Ducke A   1932-02-04
Brazil, Sao Jernymo (infra Tabatinga, Rio Solimoes, civ. amazonas). silva non inundable.

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308871Ducke A   1931-12-26
Brazil, Rio Negro super (civ. amazonas).!

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308870Fróes RL   1947-05-19
Brazil, Estado do Amazonas. Rio Negro, Enuixy, lago do Dondena.

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308869Lemos Fróes R de   1947-05-19
Brazil, Amazonas

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308868Fróes RL   1947-05-19
Brazil, Estado do Amazonas. Rio Negro, Enuixy, lago do Dondena.

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308867Fróes RL   1947-05-05
Brazil, estado do Amazonas. Rio Negro, Icana, T.f.

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
U.1308866Ducke A   1931-10-15
Brazil, !

NL:Botany
Monopteryx inpae W.A.Rodrigues
U.1308863Mesquita MR   1997-10-01
Brazil, Amazonas

NL:Botany
Monopteryx inpae W.A.Rodrigues
U 0269976Rodrigues WA   1974-09-20
Brazil, Amazonas

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uacu Spruce
U 0269975Pires JM   
Brazil

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
L.1063575Unknown   
Brazil

NL:Botany
Monopteryx inpae W.A.Rodrigues
L.1063574Unknown   
Brazil

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
L.1063573Unknown   
Brazil

NL:Botany
Monopteryx uaucu Spruce ex Benth.
L.1063572Ducke A   
Brazil


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