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

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL002950Ana Lucrecia Escobar   71994-02-26
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Cerro Cahuí, El Remate, 16.9291663 -89.8908331

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL011989M. Peña   6581999-10-16
México, Campeche, Zona Arqueológica El Hormiguero, 18.813486 -89.419672

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL012002M. Peña-Chocarro   6581999-10-16
México, Campeche, Zona Arqueológica El Hormiguero, 18.813486 -89.419672

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL004020A. Escobar   1991-04-18
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Cerro Cahuí, El Remate, 16.9291663 -89.8908331

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL013023Elfriede Pöll   2001-10-27
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Parque Nacional Tikal, 16.9291663 -89.8908331

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL002383P. Mutchnick   601992-12-10
Guatemala, Petén, Uaxactún, 17.4 -89.65, - 100m

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL004204A. Escobar   1491994-06-22
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Cerro Cahuí, El Remate, 16.9291663 -89.8908331

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL004143Ana Lucrecia Escobar   1161994-06-22
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Cerro Cahuí, El Remate, 16.9291663 -89.8908331

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL016936M. Szejner   2008-02-18
Guatemala, Izabal, Los Amates, Aldea Campo Dos, Los Amates, 15.2533336 -89.0952777, 500 - 595m

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL012454A. L. de Mac Vean   4842001-10-28
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Cerro Cahuí, El Remate, 16.9291663 -89.8908331

UVG:UVAL
Malmea depressa (Baill.) R.E.Fr.
UVAL012431A. L. de Mac Vean   4842001-10-28
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Tikal, 16.9291663 -89.8908331


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