Dataset: USAC-USCG
Taxa: Convolvulaceae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario de la Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala


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Ipomoea indica (J. Burman) Merr.
34593F. Reyes   3722009-04-25
Guatemala, Petén, San José, Biotopo El Zotz, cibal El Palmar, Petén. San José. Petén, 17.227162 -89.769193, 213 - 213m

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Ipomoea meyeri (Spreng.) G. Don
40064J. Vega; R. Ruiz   28122013-10-22
Guatemala, Zacapa, Río Hondo, a 1 km del cruce entre Zacapa e Izabal MKm. 137, en cercanías a las Torres 214A y 214B, Lote C, Linea Morales Panaluya, Río Hondo, Zacapa, Guatemala, 15.036 -89.59, 193 - 193m

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Ipomoea meyeri (Spreng.) G. Don
47819E. Cardona   P3CH3-B322019-12-16
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Santa Cruz Balanyá, 14.679522 -90.925183, 2086m

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Ipomoea nil (L.) Roth
40127J. Vega; R. Ruiz   29162013-10-24
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Tactic, Cercanias de la Torre No. 9 Construida por TRECSA, LOTE D. Línea Tactic-Izabal, 15.283 -90.258, 2159m

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Cuscuta corymbosa Jussieu ex Engelm.
1573Matilde de Castillo   8631951-07-08
Guatemala, Totonicapan, 14.916171 -91.364787

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Cuscuta corymbosa Jussieu ex Engelm.
1572   7871951-04-11
Guatemala, Escuintla, Hacienda "El Baúl", 14.381298 -91.018442

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49081J. Jiménez   JJ 28302013-08-24
Guatemala, El Progreso, Sanarate, Bosque seco perturbado y potreros abandonados, 14.77263 -90.19088, 750m

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42041   
México, Chiapas, 16.41 -92.408, 1467 - 1467m

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40732M. Sequén; M. Sequén, R. Gil & M. Quezada   482015-03-22
Guatemala, Petén, Flores, Carretera a Santa Ana, 16.83331234 -89.81788188, 186 - 186m

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8058José Adolfo Pozuelos   80581976-12-12
Guatemala, Izabal, El Estor, El Xan., 15.568733 -89.3947

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47856J. Sánchez   16552006-00-00
Guatemala, Huehuetenango, 15.319177 -91.472406

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48008A. Eufragio; M. López   AEB1332020-02-27
Guatemala, Guatemala, Parte Baja de Río Villalobos, 14.474028 -90.541722, 1204m

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49063J. Jiménez; F. Castillo, Estefany Ordoñez   JJ 28392013-09-28
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Quezaltenango, Vegetación espontánea, 14.84488 -91.51277, 2370m

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Cuscuta saccharata (Engelm.) Yunck.
400804607; Daniel Gomez   2002-04-28
Mexico, Chiapas, Tonala, Ejido Las Palmas, en el paraje Santa Cruz., 16.065833 -93.578333, 180m

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Ipomoea aurantiaca L. O. Williams
40016J. Vega; J, Vega   27162013-10-03
Guatemala, Izabal, Livingston, Finca Río Frio, 15.639 -88.928, 55 - 55m

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Ipomoea santae-rosae Standl. & Steyerm.
40072800; ALberto Reyes, Daniel Gómez.   2002-10-26
Mexico, Chiapas, Tonala, Ranchería La Martínica, cerca del río San isidro., 16.103333 -93.664722, 385 - 385m

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Ipomoea tiliacea (Willd.) Choisy
42803Oscar Machuca   2017-11-16
Guatemala, Jutiapa, Agua Blanca, Aldea Llano Santiago, 14.45415 -89.573

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Merremia discoidesperma (J. D. Sm.) O'Donell
17483Esteban M. Martínez; W. D. Stevens, A. N. Díaz, H. Droege   2351131988-09-05
Guatemala, Baja Verapaz, Purulhá, Biotopo del Quetzal, 1590 - 1590m

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40003J. Vega; J, Vega   27002013-10-02
Guatemala, Izabal, Livingston, Livingston, Izabal *, 15.53 -88.909, 101 - 101m

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43131C. Morales; M. Hernandez   582018-04-26
Guatemala, Petén, San Andrés, Sitio arqueológico El Tintal, 17.57913 -89.99879, 350 - 350m

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9537F. Herrera; A. López   1995-08-31
Guatemala, Baja Verapaz, Purulhá, Biotopo del Quetzal, 1620 - 1620m

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9605M. Véliz   95.52441995-09-23
Guatemala, Baja Verapaz, Purulhá, Biotopo del Quetzal, 2000 - 2100m

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40116J. Vega; R. Ruiz   29012013-10-24
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Tactic, Cercanías de la Torre No. 9 Construida por TRECSA. Lote D Línea Tactic-Izabal, 15.283 -90.258, 2159m


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