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

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Herbario de la Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala


USAC:USCG
1565Ulises Rojas   4471946-02-13
Guatemala, San Marcos, San Marcos, 14.960793 -91.806948

USAC:USCG
48023A. Eufragio   AEB1492020-05-08
Guatemala, Guatemala, San Miguel Petapa, Aldea Playa de Oro, Ribera del Centro de Capacitaciones "El Humedal", 14.48236 -90.572866, 1190m

USAC:USCG
Psiguria triphylla (Miq.) C. Jeffrey
37456J. Jiménez; P.J. López, P. Pardo   15222010-06-29
Guatemala, Huehuetenango, San Pedro Soloma, Camino que del Rio San Juan va a la Aldea La Crinolina, 15.684167 -91.203056, 514 - 1156m

USAC:USCG
45339A. Reyes García; Daniel Gómez, Carlos Chagoya   68132004-03-31
Mexico, Chiapas, Arriaga, Predio La Esmeralda, 16.28638889 -93.83027889, 210 - 210m

USAC:USCG
Cyclanthera dissecta (Torr. & A. Gray) Arn.
47831E. Cardona   P34CH4-B322020-01-18
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Patzún, 14.627781 -90.990922, 2383m

USAC:USCG
46081   
Guatemala, Sacatepequez, Acatenango

USAC:USCG
34612F. Reyes; G. Ruano, M. Bustamante   3742009-04-25
Guatemala, Petén, San José, Biotopo El Zotz, cibal El Palmar, Petén. San José. Petén, 16.972778 -89.640278, 213 - 213m

USAC:USCG
47971G. Gonzalez; C. Vasquez   12021-12-13
Guatemala, San Marcos, San Marcos, Parque Regional Municipal Astillero de San Marcos, 14.995603 -91.830368, 2900 - 2915m

USAC:USCG
Cyclanthera donnell-smithii Cogn. ex J. D. Smith
1567Ulises Rojas   741928-08-14
Guatemala, Jalapa, Jalapa, 14.584781 -90.100784

USAC:USCG
38800J. Jiménez; J. J. Vega, F. Castillo   2012-12-11
Guatemala, Quetzaltenango, Quetzaltenango, Volcán Santa María, desde la Cruz hacia la Meseta, 14.7858 -91.51, 2754 - 2886m


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Google Map

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