Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Mikania caldasana (Mikania mutisiana)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
J. Cuatrecasas   2939
COLOMBIA

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Mikania caldasana B. L. Robinson
barcode-00010261F. W. Pennell   93641922-08-07
Colombia, Caldas, "Alaska", above Salenyo, 3100 - 3400m

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
123842Hernándo García Barriga   188651967-08-12
Colombia, Valle del Cauca, Dagua, Carretera a Buenaventura., 3.528093 -76.716181, 1500 - 1500m

COL
308238T. B. Croat   519341980-12-06
Colombia, Cauca, Puracé, Finca Meremberg, 100 Kilometros al oriente de Popayán., 2.198881 -76.097157, 2300 - 2300m

COL
316126Roberto Jaramillo-Mejía   64071980-02-13
Colombia, Tolima, Santa Isabel, Valle del rio tatarito, en la margen izquierda., 4.7249999046 -75.2680969238, 3300 - 3300m

COL
610075Joaquin E. Valencia | Rodrigo Jerez F.   491979-05-24
Colombia, Boyacá, Arcabuco, Vía que conduce a Bucaramanga, sitio la Cumbre, 2560 - 2569m

Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-066744Dávila, Daniel; Mendoza, Humberto; Ramírez, B.; Macías, D.; Medina, Sandra   8572001-11-28
Colombia, Huila, El Pesebre, 2100m

FMB
FMB-066714Dávila, Daniel; Mendoza, Humberto; Ramírez, B.; Macías, D.; Medina, Sandra   8562001-11-28
Colombia, Huila, El Pesebre, 2100m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Mikania caldasana B.L.Rob.
215170F. W. Pennell   93641922-08-07
Colombia, Caldas, "Alaska," above Salento, 3100 - 3400m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1141202.209F. W. Pennell   93641922-08-07
Colombia, Caldas, Salento., 3100 - 3400m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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