Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sabicea camporum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Sabicea camporum var. camporum
J. Cuatrecasas   43911938-11-03
Colombia, Meta

F:Botany
V0294267F   
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
V0294266F   
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
V0294265F   
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
V0294264F   
VENEZUELA

F:Botany
V0294268F   
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
V0294271F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0294269F   
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
V0294270F   
COLOMBIA

F:Botany
Sabicea camporum var. camporum
V0358358F   
VENEZUELA

Herbario Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia


HUA
71381Betancur J.   14131989-08-15
Colombia, Meta, Uribe, Inspección de policía La Uribe, alto de Buenos Aires, sobre la carretera de Uribe al Pozo N°1 de petróleo, carretera La Trece, 3.2183333 -74.3616667, 620 - 620m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1235403S. Bellow&J. Parra   981990-07-13
Colombia, Narino, Barbacoas, Corregimiento de Altaquer. El Sabalo., 1000m

MO:Tropicos
1357032Sprague   43
Colombia, Meta, Cabuyaro, Cabuyaro.

MO:Tropicos
1517823A. Gentry, L. Escobar&J. Brand M.   370281982-06-17
Colombia, Chocó, Road to Lloró from Km 27 of Quibdo-Istmina road, tropical pluvial forest., 5.5 -76.62, 100m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Sabicea camporum var. camporum
U.1574308Liesner RL; González AC   1978-07-24
Venezuela, Bolívar, 6.983333 -62.983333

NL:Botany
Sabicea camporum var. camporum
U.1574307Davidse G; González AC   1977-05-10
Venezuela, Apure, 4 km directly (in a straight line) NE of El Betun along the banks of the Río Capanaparo., 6.966667 -67.816667

NL:Botany
Sabicea camporum var. camporum
L.2949990Davidse G; González AC   1977-05-10
Venezuela, Apure, 4 km directly (in a straight line) NE of El Betun along the banks of the Río Capanaparo., 6.966667 -67.816667


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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