Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Apinagia batrachifolia (Oenone batrachifolia), Apinagia batrachifolia f. longistyla
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
E. H. G. Ule   61131902-04-00
BRAZIL

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P. Royen
100731935Ernst Ule   61131902-04-00
Brazil, Amazonas, Rio Madeira. An den Wasserfällen des Marmallos.

MO
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P. Royen
3150092João Murça Pires   504911961-08-25
Brazil, Amapá, Collected on a survey of Rio Araguari., 1.6666667 -51.9333333, 135m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Apinagia batrachifolia f. longistylis P.Royen
L.1858166Luetzelburg P von   1927-07-01
Brazil, Rio Oyapock. Cachoeira Guama.

NL:Botany
Apinagia batrachifolia f. longistylis P.Royen
L.1858165Curran HM   1918-08-01
Brazil, Prov. bahia. Colonia de Gongugy.

NL:Botany
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P.Royen
L 0204528Ule EHG   1902-04-01
Brazil, Amazonas

NL:Botany
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P.Royen
L 0204527Ule EHG   1902-04-01
Brazil, Amazonas

NL:Botany
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P.Royen
L 0204526Ule EHG   1902-04-01
Brazil, Amazonas

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P.Royen (Mildbr.) P.Royen
02282892C. A. Cid Ferreira   12591980-07-02
Brazil, Pará, Oriximiná, Rio Trombetas, ilha em frente ao Acampamento da Gutierrez., -1.76556 -55.8661

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P. Royen
1986703.255R. E. Schultes & E. Cordeiro   65211945-08-02
Brazil, Amazonas, Rio marmellos: cachoeira cabeca de anton

US:Botany
Apinagia batrachifolia (Mildbr.) P. Royen
2889861.257J. M. Pires, W. A. Rodrigues & G. Irvine   503891961-08-25
Brazil, Amapá, Rio araguari, 135 - 135m


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