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

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
UVAL012012M. Hinojosa   6431999-00-00
México, Campeche, Carretera a Calakmul, Km. 31

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UVAL014473   232003-00-00
Guatemala, Suchitepéquez, Samayac, 14.580833 -91.4611113

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UVAL000629J. Quiñónez   152004-01-01
Guatemala, Escuintla, Finca Medio Monte, Km. 46, 14.2251726 -90.6419286

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UVAL010433J. Quiñónez   152004-01-01
Guatemala, Escuintla, Finca Medio Monte, Km. 46, 14.2251726 -90.6419286

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UVAL011653L. Escobar   2004-01-01
Guatemala, Escuintla, Palín, 14.4031729 -90.6977539

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UVAL014473M. Szejner   232003-09-07
Guatemala, Suchitepéquez, Samayac, 14.580833 -91.4611113

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UVAL006435E. Ucán   EU 90861998-01-06
Guatemala, Petén, San José, 16.9818507 -89.8992254

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UVAL016087mosquito, chancanil, adorno de niño   
Guatemala, Guatemala, Jardín Botánico, Zona 9, 14.5863887 -90.5327775


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Google Map

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