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

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Pochota humilis (Spruce ex Decne.) A.Robyns
U.1376304Liesner RL; Carnevali G   1987-11-08
Venezuela, Terr. Fed. Amazonas. Dpto. Rio Negro: 10 Km NE of San Carlos de Rio Negro., 1.9 -67

NL:Botany
Pochota rupicola (Steyerm.) W.D.Stevens
U.1376268Holst BK; Werff H van der   1985-11-04
Venezuela, Estado Bolivar: Dist. Cedeño; 43 km S of Los Pijiguaos; 9 km S of Rio Villacoa on road to Pto. Ayacucho., 6.333333 -67.083333

NL:Botany
U.1376264Davidse G   1984-07-22
Venezuela, Amazonas: Departamento Rio Negro, lower part of the Rio Baria., 1.308333 -66.475

NL:Botany
Pochota minor (Sims) Steyerm. & W.D.Stevens
U.1376260Huber O   1986-02-16
Venezuela, Edo. Bolivar, Dist. Piar/Sifontes: sabanas secundarias y bosques de galeria en la región del Salto del 'Machete', afluente meridional del Río Uaiparú alto, aprox. 35 km al NNE de Ikabarú., 4.633333 -61.633333

NL:Botany
Pochota minor (Sims) Steyerm. & W.D.Stevens
U.1376259Davidse G   1973-12-04
Venezuela, Bolivar: La Gran Sabana, ca. 202km S of El Dorado, along road to Santa Elena, Salta Cama.

NL:Botany
Pochota liesneri Steyerm.
U 0005300Liesner RL   1985-03-14
Venezuela, Amazonas, Terr. Fed. Amazonas: Dpto. Atabapo. Salto Yureba, Cerro Yureba, lower Ventuari., 4.05 -66.016667

NL:Botany
Pochota mawarinumae Steyerm.
U 0000788Liesner RL   1984-03-02
Venezuela, Amazonas, Terrritorio Federal Amazonas: Departamento Río Negro. Close to Cerro de la Neblina Base Camp which is on Río Mawarinuma., 0.833333 -66.166667

NL:Botany
Pochota mawarinumae Steyerm.
U 0000787Liesner RL   1984-03-02
Venezuela, Amazonas, Terrritorio Federal Amazonas: Departamento Río Negro. Close to Cerro de la Neblina Base Camp which is on Río Mawarinuma., 0.833333 -66.166667


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.