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

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center

U.1443350Riedel L   
Brazil, Brasilia. Prov. Minas et Goyaz.

U.1443074Widgren JF   1845-01-01
Brazil, Prov. Minas Geraes: Caldas.

Stenocalyx ligustrinus f. protractus
U.1443072Riedel L   
Brazil, Brazilia: Parahyba.

Stenocalyx sulcatus var. ligustrinus O.Berg
U.1442593Riedel JGF   
Brazil, Brasilia Rio Janeiro.

Stenocalyx pitanga var. camporum
U.1442209Woolston AL   1955-09-09
Paraguay, Depto. San Predro, Alto Paraguay: Primavera. At edge of wood and campo.

U.1442009Herter   1927-11-01
Uruguay, Dep. de Artigas. Loc Dict Artigas.

U.1441605Macedo (Brazil) A   
Brazil, J. Vicente, Municipio Jtuiatab, Estado Miuas.

Stenocalyx brasiliensis var. silvestris
U.1441604Riedel L   1824-09-01
Brazil, Brasilia: Pr. Aguas quentes 'M. Geraes.

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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