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

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


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UVAL011508M. Del Cid, Pamela Castro   252001-03-31
Guatemala, Sololá, Sololá, El Tablón, UVG-altiplano, 14.789338 -91.183428, 2310m

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UVAL017578Desconocido   2010-07-00
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Cultivado en jardín z. 15. V. H. III, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

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UVAL001975E. Pöll   1993-04-24
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, UVG Zona 15, 14.6038 -90.4892

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UVAL004610A. L. Escobar; C. MacVean   1994-05-18
Guatemala, Guatemala, Amatitlán, Camino a Tacatón, 14.4783338 -90.6188889

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UVAL009938M. Mansilla   2000-05-07
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Zunil, Las Georginas, Trompero, 14.7499 -91.4803

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UVAL002387E. Pöll   1993-07-10
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, z. 14 Ciudad de Guatemala, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

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UVAL017567E. Pöll   
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Cercana a UVG z. 15, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

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UVAL016209Laura Palmieri   2007-05-29
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, UVG Z. 15, 14.6038 -90.4892

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UVAL016999E. Pöll   2011-07-25
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, UVG Z. 15, 14.6038 -90.4892

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Brugmansia suaveolens (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Willd.) Bercht. & Presl
UVAL004610A. L. Escobar; C. MacVean   1994-10-18
Guatemala, Guatemala, Amatitlán, Camino a Tacatón, 14.4783338 -90.6188889

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UVAL016688Sara Ríos   2009-09-27
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango, 14.8377775 -91.5174998

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UVAL016721Etnobotánica   2009-10-02
Guatemala, Sacatepequez, Antigua Guatemala, Antigua Guatemala, 14.5566665 -90.7338886


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