Dataset: NY
Search Criteria: El Salvador; Chalatenango; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


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Pterobryon densum Hornsch. Hornsch.
02331292H. J. M. Sipman   376411993-11-21
El Salvador, Chalatenango, San Ignacio, Cantón Río Chiquito, Cerro Pital, Finca de los Sres. Portillo, cima de Cerro Pital, 14.38 -89.13, 2730m

NY
Dicranum frigidum Müll.Hal. Müll.Hal.
1047976H. J. M. Sipman   376521993-11-21
El Salvador, Chalatenango, San Ignacio, Cantón Río Chiquito, Cerro Pital, Finca de los Sres. Portillo, Cima de Cerro Pital, 14.38 -89.13, 2730 - 2730m

NY
Dicranum frigidum Müll.Hal. Müll.Hal.
1047977H. J. M. Sipman   376531993-11-21
El Salvador, Chalatenango, San Ignacio, Cantón Río Chiquito, Cerro Pital, Finca de los Sres. Portillo, Cima de Cerro Pital, 14.38 -89.13, 2730 - 2730m

NY
Neckera urnigera Müll.Hal. Müll.Hal.
1047986H. J. M. Sipman   378001993-11-22
El Salvador, Chalatenango, San Ignacio, Cantón Río Chiquito, Cerro Pital, Finca El Pital, La Punta, 14.37 -89.13, 2600 - 2600m

NY
Neckera urnigera Müll.Hal. Müll.Hal.
1047987H. J. M. Sipman   378041993-11-22
El Salvador, Chalatenango, San Ignacio, Cantón Río Chiquito, Cerro Pital, Finca El Pital, La Punta, 14.37 -89.13, 2600 - 2600m

NY
Neckera urnigera Müll.Hal. Müll.Hal.
02331308H. J. M. Sipman   37803B1993-11-22
El Salvador, Chalatenango, San Ignacio, Cantón Río Chiquito, Cerro Pital, Finca El Pital, La Punta, 14.37 -89.13, 2600m

NY
Entodon serrulatus Mitt. Mitt.
02331307H. J. M. Sipman   37803A1993-11-22
El Salvador, Chalatenango, San Ignacio, Cantón Río Chiquito, Cerro Pital, Finca El Pital, La Punta, 14.37 -89.13, 2600m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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