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

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
Datura candida (Pers.) Saff.
UVAL001296E. Pöll   1992-03-09
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Jardín Botánico. Z. 10, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

UVG:UVAL
Datura innoxia P. Miller
UVAL001294E. Pöll   1992-03-09
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Jardín Botánico. Z. 10, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

UVG:UVAL
Datura innoxia P. Miller
UVAL010397K. Alvarado   101999-09-18
Guatemala, El Progreso, Guastatoya, El Rancho, 14.8538888 -90.0686111

UVG:UVAL
Datura innoxia P. Miller
UVAL010399R. Juárez   1999-09-18
Guatemala, El Progreso, Guastatoya, El Rancho, 14.8538888 -90.0686111

UVG:UVAL
Datura innoxia P. Miller
UVAL001348E. Pöll   1992-03-09
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Jardín Botánico. Z. 10, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

UVG:UVAL
UVAL001377E. Pöll   1992-05-17
Guatemala, Sololá, San Andrés Sematabaj, Carretera a Godinez, 14.7453677 -91.1333572

UVG:UVAL
UVAL013685A. Barrios   2002-10-03
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Ciudad de Guatemala, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

UVG:UVAL
UVAL002109E. Pöll   1993-06-11
Guatemala, Sololá, San Lucas Tolimán, San Lucas Tolimán, 14.6327782 -91.1422224

UVG:UVAL
UVAL004974E. Pöll   1995-08-25
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Boulevard Rafael Landívar, V. H. z. 15, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

UVG:UVAL
UVAL014826Estudiantes botánica 2, 2003   2003-10-00
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, Z. 18 Ciudad capital, 14.5863887 -90.5327775

UVG:UVAL
UVAL000255J. Quiñonez y J Ruiz   1990-09-06
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala, UVG Z. 15, 14.6038 -90.4892


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