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

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
Stellaria ovata Willd. ex Schltdl.
UVAL000691J. Ruíz   1991-00-00
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Finca "Las delicias", Coatepeque, 14.7027782 -91.8611112

UVG:UVAL
UVAL006115J. Rodolfo   1995-12-08
Guatemala, Sololá, Orilla del lago Atitlán, Panajachel, San Pablo La Laguna, 14.7427776 -91.1583332

UVG:UVAL
UVAL006846L.S. Emeterio   1996-09-04
Spain, Sorauren

UVG:UVAL
UVAL007955Pöll CECON-CDC   64b1997-12-07
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, San Antonio Las puertas, Chelemhá, 15.2929599 -90.118669

UVG:UVAL
UVAL007298Pöll CECON-CDC   641997-12-07
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, San Antonio Las puertas, Chelemhá, 15.2929599 -90.118669


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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