Dataset: UVG-UVAL
Taxa: Acer
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
Acer Campestre L.
UVAL006864L.S. Emeterio   1995-10-01
Spain, Enderiz

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UVAL012189J. Guemes & al.   1999-06-08
Spain, Entre Fredes y el Boixar, Castellon, 39.987497 -0.039246, - 1000m

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UVAL012185J. Guemes & al.   1999-06-08
Spain, Fredes hacia la Peña Blanca, Castellon, 38.688398 -0.684843, - 1000m

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UVAL016095A. L. de Mac Vean   2007-05-05
Guatemala, Km. 15.8 Carretera a El Salvador, 14.602915 -90.485128, - 1848m

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UVAL014996A. L. de Mac Vean   2004-03-20
Guatemala, Solola, Volcán San Pedro, 14.657629 -91.266335, - 2500m

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UVAL001344M. Dix   1992-03-11
Guatemala, Guatemala, Km. 14.5, Puerta Parada, Santa Catarina Pinula, 14.570469 -90.49925, 1200 - 3000m

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UVAL006737C. Aedo   1994-07-14
Spain, Zaragoza, Salvatierra de Esca, 42.666667 -1, - 550m

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UVAL016324E. Pöll   2006-08-11
Guatemala, Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala, zona 15, Vista Hermosa III, Ciudad Guatemala, 14.604611 -90.489749, - 1550m

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UVAL005302E. Pöll   1995-11-14
Guatemala, U.V.G, zona 15, Ciudad Guatemala, 14.631311 -90.490674, - 1550m

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UVAL014131E. Pöll   2003-04-28
Guatemala, U.V.G, zona 15, Ciudad Guatemala, 14.631311 -90.490674, - 1500m

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Acer L.
UVAL013822E. Pöll   2005-04-26
Guatemala, U.V.G, zona 15, Ciudad Guatemala, 14.631311 -90.490674, - 1550m

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UVAL21976Marcelo Serrano   R1.62020-11-12
Guatemala, Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Renace I, San Pedro Carchá, Alta Verapaz, 15.4921 -90.188, 1200m


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