Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hypolytrum longifolium subsp. rubescens (Hypolytrum rubescens)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Hypolytrum rubescens Huber ex C.B.Clarke
V0045545FJ. E. Huber   MG9661897-07-09
BRAZIL

F:Botany
Hypolytrum rubescens Huber ex C.B.Clarke
J. E. Huber   [MG966]1897-07-09
BRAZIL

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Hypolytrum rubescens Huber ex C.B. Clarke
185358J. Espina M.   2131977-10-20
Colombia, Guainía, Caño Arramasi, en el rio Guinia., 80 - 80m

COL
Hypolytrum rubescens Huber ex C.B. Clarke
306972Jesús Medardo Idrobo   88171977-07-31
Colombia, Caquetá, Solano, Amazonas,Araracuara,entre el Campamento y el aeropuerto., -0.6013888889 -72.3986111111, 220 - 220m

COL
Hypolytrum longifolium subsp. rubescens (Huber ex C.B. Clarke) T. Koyama
45644Alvaro Fernández-Pérez   20011955-01-27
Colombia, Vaupés, Rio Inirida,San Joaquin., 230 - 230m

COL
Hypolytrum rubescens Huber ex C.B. Clarke
45645Alvaro Fernández-Pérez   20011955-01-27
Colombia, Vaupés, Rio Inirida,San Joaquin., 230 - 230m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Hypolytrum rubescens Huber ex C.B. Clarke
266885James L. Zarucchi&C.E. Barbosa   35921985-03-06
Colombia, Vichada, Parque Nacional Natural El Tuparro, along Caño Peinilla, ca. 18 km W of Centro Administrativo, gallery forest and adjacent savanna, Lat. 5º18'N, Long. 68º01'W, alt ca. 90 m., 5.3 -69.02, 90m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Hypolytrum longifolium subsp. rubescens (Huber & Clarke) T.Koyama
U.1297343Mexia YEJ   1931-07-31
Brazil, Districto Acará. Thomé Assú; down Rio Acará 3 km ; small opening along riverbank.

NL:Botany
Hypolytrum longifolium subsp. rubescens (Huber & Clarke) T.Koyama
U.1239989Dodge CW; Allen PH   1935-01-05
Panama, The Canal Zone and adjacent Panama, Forest along small unnamed quebrada entering lake. Rio Indio.


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