Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Opuntia ficus-indica (Opuntia vulgaris, Opuntia opuntia, Opuntia joconostle, Opuntia undulata)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
2592257A.2480259E. U. Clover   90591946-08-21
Guatemala, 226 - 226m

US:Botany
2592301A.2493896E. U. Clover   92241946-10-01
Guatemala, 214 - 214m

US:Botany
1951722.2502536P. Bentley   10671944-10-30
Brazil, São Paulo

US:Botany
3047191.2516174L. H. Bailey & E. Z. Bailey   18691921-02-00
Venezuela, Bolivar, 61 - 61m

US:Botany
3047190.2562547J. N. Rose   ___1915-00-00
Brazil, Minas Gerais

US:Botany
1543003.245O. Buchtien   86921931-01-00
Bolivia, La Paz, 3600 - 3600m

US:Botany
762516.2478J. N. Rose & G. Rose   202991915-07-17
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro

US:Botany
861368.248A. S. Hitchcock   s.n.1911-11-29
El Salvador, Sonsonate

US:Botany
762223.2517J. N. Rose & G. Rose   198931915-06-15
Brazil, Bahia

US:Botany
3046960.252C. Wright   s.n.1853-00-00
Nicaragua

US:Botany
3047465.254L. Mille   s.n.
Ecuador, 2000 - 2000m

US:Botany
1855023.254E. P. Killip   370891943-03-16
Venezuela, Lara, 565 - 565m

US:Botany
3046657.255J. N. Rose   s.n.1905-00-00
Panama, Chiriquí

US:Botany
1202112.256-. Horsey & L. Edson   s.n.
Panama, Chiriquí

US:Botany
762559.2568J. N. Rose & G. Rose   203781915-07-22
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro

US:Botany
762746.257J. N. Rose & G. Rose   207251915-08-07
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro

US:Botany
2687326.259G. Eiten   6010-b1965-02-10
Brazil, São Paulo, 500 - 500m

US:Botany
2687325.259G. Eiten   6010-b1965-02-10
Brazil, São Paulo, 500 - 500m

US:Botany
3569233.101A. Molina R.   145851965-08-11
Honduras, Morazán, 800m

US:Botany
1186133.251H. F. Pittier   111031923-07-05
Venezuela, Federal District

US:Botany
1593173.258H. F. Pittier   13690
Venezuela, Federal District, 920 - 920m

US:Botany
3046843.251F. J. Dyer   A2671918-04-16
Honduras, Francisco Morazán, 1037 - 1037m


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Google Map

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