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

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1518076Lindeman JC; Haas JH de   1967-01-24
Brazil, Paraná

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0158005Accorsi WR   1943-08-30
Brazil, São Paulo, Salto do Rio Piracicaba.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0158004Accorsi WR   1943-08-30
Brazil, São Paulo, Salto do Rio Piracicaba.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0158003Accorsi WR   1943-08-30
Brazil, São Paulo, Salto do Rio Piracicaba.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0158002Accorsi WR   1943-08-30
Brazil, São Paulo, Salto do Rio Piracicaba.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0157750Accorsi WR   1943-09-15
Brazil, São Paulo, On rocks of Salto de Piracicaba, prov. Sao Paulo, Brazil.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0157749Accorsi WR   1943-09-15
Brazil, São Paulo, On rocks of Salto de Piracicaba, prov. Sao Paulo, Brazil.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0157748Accorsi WR   1943-09-15
Brazil, São Paulo, On rocks of Salto de Piracicaba, prov. Sao Paulo, Brazil.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0157747Accorsi WR   1943-09-15
Brazil, São Paulo, On rocks of Salto de Piracicaba, prov. Sao Paulo, Brazil.

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0007659Accorsi WR   
Brazil

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
U 0007658Accorsi WR   
Brazil

NL:Botany
Wettsteiniola accorsii (Toledo) P.Royen
L 0353056Accorsi WR   
Brazil, São Paulo, Salto de Piracicaba. Piracicaba-river.


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