Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Billbergia ambigua (Pseudaechmea ambigua)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Pseudaechmea ambigua L. B. Smith & Read
barcode-00029293D. D. Soejarto & J. D. Villa   27031971-02-09
Colombia, Antioquia, Municipio de Zaragoza, Corregimiento de Providencia, vicinity of the hydroelectric plant, 500 - 650m

Harvard:GH
Pseudaechmea ambigua L. B. Smith & Read
barcode-00029292D. D. Soejarto & J. D. Villa   27031971-02-09
Colombia, Antioquia, Municipio de Zaragoza, Corregimiento de Providencia, vicinity of the hydroelectric plant, 500 - 650m

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Pseudaechmea ambigua L.B. Sm. & Read
160048S. Djaja | J. Villa   27031971-02-09
Colombia, Antioquia, Zaragoza, Corr. de Providencia trail in an advanced and humid secondary tropical rain forest, vicinity of the hydroelectric, plant., 500 - 650m

COL
Billbergia ambigua (L.B. Sm. & Read) Betancur & N. Salinas
160809D. D. Soejarto | J. Santa | Ramiro Fonnegra   32281972-02-05
Colombia, Antioquia, Anorí, Corregimeinto de Providencia, Buenos Aires trail., 7.3173508644 -75.0407333374, 500 - 700m

Herbario Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia


HUA
Billbergia ambigua (L.B. Sm. & Read) Betancur & N.R. Salinas
4619Soejarto D.   32281972-02-05
Colombia, Antioquia, Tarazá, Vereda Buenos Aires, 7.26941 -75.2065, 500 - 700m

HUA
Billbergia ambigua (L.B. Sm. & Read) Betancur & N.R. Salinas
4510Soejarto D.   45031976-02-20
Colombia, Antioquia, Anorí, Corregimiento Providencia, entre Providencia y Aljibes, 7.29714 -75.0713, 400 - 800m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Billbergia ambigua (L.B. Sm.&Read) Betancur&N. Salinas
1578700D.D. Soejarto&J.D. Villa   27031971-02-09
Colombia, Antioquia, Anorí, Protected due to name conservation status, 500 - 650m


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