Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Mikania guaco (Mikania brachiata)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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New York Botanical Garden


NY
Mikania guaco Bonpl. Bonpl.
797274Occhioni   s.n.1936-06-27
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Jardim Botanico do Rio de Janeiro, -22.9031 -43.2075

NY
Mikania guaco Bonpl. Bonpl.
01214163H. S. Irwin   480541962-09-07
Brazil, Amapá

NY
Mikania guaco Bonpl. Bonpl.
01214169B. V. Rabelo   0921979-11-09
Brazil, Amapá

NY
Mikania guaco Bonpl. Bonpl.
01214171N. T. da Silva   23001969-07-03
Brazil, Pará, Jari, estrada do Munguba. Km 15, -0.9113976 -52.4379855

NY
Mikania guaco Bonpl. Bonpl.
01214157G. T. Prance   53771968-06-30
Brazil, Rondônia, Basin of rio Madeira. Rio Jaci-Paraná 9-12 km. above Jaci-Paraná. Várzea forest., -9.325511 -64.420324

NY
Mikania guaco Bonpl. Bonpl.
01214156G. T. Prance   59761968-07-14
Brazil, Rondônia, Km. 220-223. Madeira-Mamoré railroad near Abunã. Secondary forest on terra firme., -9.827684 -65.2685067

NY
Mikania guaco Bonpl. Bonpl.
01214159D. G. Campbell   P212311974-06-25
Brazil, Amazonas, Lago Marrahã, Seringal São Clemente, Rio Purus., -7.47 -65.28

Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute


SCZ
4172Dwyer, J.D.   66011965-04-00
Panamá, Panamá/Canal, Panamá, Canal Area. Albrook site; Tropic Test Center., 8.966667 -79.566667

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Mikania guaco Humb. & Bonpl.
USw17482.2752781J. E. Ebinger   940
Panama, Chiriquí, San Felix, Canal Zone

US:Botany
Mikania guaco Humb. & Bonpl.
3620754.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez, M. Chocce, P. Maceda & J. Carrillo   143982004-08-18
Peru, Madre de Dios, Madre de Dios: Río Amigillo (Amigió)., -12.56944 -70.10039

US:Botany
Mikania guaco Humb. & Bonpl.
3372748.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez, P. Nuñez & F. Ramirez   98121997-09-19
Peru, Cuzco, Cuzco, Distrito Camisea, Campamento Malvinas, SI-MAB Plot Malvinas, -11.8733 -72.9294, 500m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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