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

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Universidad del Valle de Guatemala - Herbario UVAL


UVG:UVAL
Swartzia standleyi (Britton & Rose) Standl.
UVAL000327Elfriede Pöll   1990-00-00
Guatemala, Izabal, Cerro San Gil "Las Escobas", 15.7239991 -88.5949597

UVG:UVAL
UVAL010526J. Quiñonez   791991-00-00
Guatemala, Escuintla, Fca. Medio Monte, km. 46 Cra a Escuintla, 14.4031729 -90.6977539

UVG:UVAL
Swartzia standleyi (Britton & Rose) Standl.
UVAL000327J. Cruz   731991-00-00
Guatemala, Escuintla, Fca. Medio Monte, km. 46 Cra a Escuintla, 14.4031729 -90.6977539

UVG:UVAL
UVAL008946CECON-CDC   61c1997-06-08
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Río Dolores, 15.4748018 -90.3093509

UVG:UVAL
Swartzia Schreb.
UVAL016956Elfriede Pöll   2001-08-11
Guatemala, Izabal, Chocon Machacas, 15.8266663 -88.7505556

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UVAL018604S. Secaira   2013-05-12
Guatemala, Escuintla, El Chilar, Palín, 14.4031729 -90.6977539


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Google Map

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