Dataset: F-Botany
Taxa: Lomariopsis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
C0651724F   
Peru, San Martín

F:Botany
C0651725F   
Peru, San Martín

F:Botany
C0651758F   
Peru, San Martín

F:Botany
Lomariopsis japurensis (Mart.) J. Sm.
C0651743F   
Peru, San Martín

F:Botany
Lomariopsis japurensis (Mart.) J. Sm.
V0089188F   2000-02-12
Peru, Ucayali, -9 -74

F:Botany
Lomariopsis japurensis (Mart.) J. Sm.
V0089192F   2000-02-16
Peru, Ucayali, -9 -74

F:Botany
Lomariopsis japurensis (Mart.) J. Sm.
V0089179F   1998-07-18
Peru, Ucayali, -9 -74

F:Botany
C0651717F   
Venezuela

F:Botany
C0651721F   
Peru, Junín

F:Botany
Lomariopsis japurensis (Mart.) J. Sm.
C0651731F   
Ecuador, Pichincha

F:Botany
Lomariopsis japurensis (Mart.) J. Sm.
C0661084FJ. Schunke V. & J. G. Graham   152722003-03-10
Peru, Ucayali, -9 -74

F:Botany
Lomariopsis japurensis (Mart.) J. Sm.
M. A. Ríos Paredes et al.   2016-02-14
Peru, Loreto, Putumayo-Algodon, Campamento 2 (Medio Algodón) del Inventario Rápido Biológico y Social 28. Ribera norte del río Algodón, 6.5 km al oeste-noroeste de la Comunidad Nativa San Pablo de Totolla., -2.59506 -72.88406, 107 - 145m

F:Botany
C0651727FH. H. Rusby & R. W. Squires   3641886-00-00

F:Botany
C0385493FW. A. Palacios   2007-10-05
Ecuador, Sucumbíos, Campsite #1 (Garzacocha) on Rapid Biological and Social Inventory #20., -0.48161111 -75.34419444, 190 - 212m

F:Botany
C0385494FR. Aguinda   4621998-11-22
Ecuador, Sucumbíos, 0.3333 -77.4167

F:Botany
C0385495FR. Aguinda   15482001-08-03
Ecuador, Sucumbios, Eastern slopes of the Andes, ca. 10 km south of the Ecuador-Colombia border, trail between campsites #2 (Bermejo Vista) and #3 (Bear Ridge), south of Cerro Sur Pax, on Rapid Biological Inventory #3., 0.3039 -77.4089, 1200 - 1920m


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Google Map

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