Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Inga sapindoides (Inga alatopetiola, Inga lindeniana, Inga panamensis, Inga panamensis var. clavata, Inga panamensis var. pittieri, Inga panamensis var. rodrigueziana, Inga alopetiolata, Inga grandifolia, Inga purpusii)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

6430Croat, T.B.   53671968-05-06
Panamá, Panamá, Panamá, Eastern side of Peña Blanca Peninsula., 9.166667 -79.866667

United States National Herbarium

1315484.2111551G. P. Cooper & G. Slater   651927-00-00
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Almirante region.

1169102.102H. Johnson   8921920-08-05
Guatemala, Alta Verapaz, Chamá, Alta Verapaz.

USw16102.2748824W. L. Stern, R. H. Eyde & E. S. Ayensu   1161963-02-27
Panama, Los Santos

USw17174.2752454J. E. Ebinger   266
Panama, Chiriquí, San Felix, Canal Zone

1344541.212H. F. Pittier   126211923-01-16
Venezuela, Trujillo, Carache Valley, below Casa de Dini.

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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