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

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL011023A. Reyes   1999-10-11
Guatemala, Zacapa, Río Hondo, El Rancho, 15.0433336 -89.5849997

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL010280mosquito, chancanil, adorno de niño   1999-10-18
Guatemala, Zacapa, Río Hondo, El Rancho, 15.0433336 -89.5849997

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL012375J. Sandoval   2001-10-13
Guatemala, Zacapa, Río Hondo, El Rancho, 15.0433336 -89.5849997

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL009047mosquito, chancanil, adorno de niño   1998-06-27
Guatemala, El Progreso, Guastatoya, El Rancho, 14.8538888 -90.0686111

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL006985U. Fischer   1994-07-07
Guatemala, Zacapa, Teculután, El Oreganal

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL009047mosquito, chancanil, adorno de niño   1998-09-19
Guatemala

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL009826mosquito, chancanil, adorno de niño   1999-09-18
Guatemala, El Progreso, Guastatoya, El Rancho, 14.8538888 -90.0686111

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL004268M. Dix   1994-02-07
Guatemala, Zacapa, Balneario Pasabien, Río Hondo, 15.0433336 -89.5849997

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL016489mosquito, chancanil, adorno de niño   
Guatemala, El Progreso, Cementos Progreso, Planta San Miguel, Sanarate, 14.7872224 -90.1983334

UVG:UVAL
Haplophyton cinereum (A. Rich.) R. E. Woodson
UVAL017059M. López   
Guatemala, El Progreso, Guastatoya, 14.8538888 -90.0686111


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.