Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Viviania elegans (Viviania macrophylla, Viviania microphylla)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Viviania elegans Reiche & Johow
E. F. Poeppig   6741830-00-00
CHILE

F:Botany
F. Philippi   
CHILE

F:Botany
Viviania macrophylla (Phil.) Reiche
R. A. Philippi   
CHILE

F:Botany
Viviania elegans Reiche & Johow
V0258764F   
CHILE

F:Botany
Viviania elegans Reiche & Johow
V0258765F   
CHILE

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
2782838Otto Zöllner   125671985-11-05
Chile, In province Malleco in Cordillera Nahuel-Buta.

MO:Tropicos
2782893Dr. C. Grandjot   s.n.
Chile, Santiago, In Andibus, prov. Santiago., 2100m

MO:Tropicos
2783013Dr. C. Grandjot   s.n.
Chile, Beino Orte Antuco im Laja-Tal, Corchillera de Chillán., 900m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Viviania elegans (Poepp.) Reiche & Johow
L.2007787Alleizette AC d'   1920-09-01
Uruguay, Uruguay: montevideo.


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