Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Triplateia diffusa (Minuartia moehringioides)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
Minuartia moehringioides (Moc. & Sess?? ex DC.) Mattf.
ASU0064206E. Ventura V.   15431983-12-24
Mexico, Mexico, Mpio. de Texcoco. Santa Catarina del Monte., 19.516667 -98.866667, 2700m

ASU
Minuartia moehringioides (Moc. & Sess?? ex DC.) Mattf.
ASU0064207A. Ventura A.   30281977-09-04
Mexico, Distrito Federal, San Pedro Atoxpan, delegacion de Milpa Alta., 2400m

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Minuartia moehringioides (Moc. & Sesse ex DC.) Mattf.
E. Ventura   15921983-11-14
Mexico, México

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Minuartia moehringioides (Moc. & Sessé ex DC.) Mattf.
256060A. Ventura A.   23831976-11-13
México, Distrito Federal, El Mirador Santa Ana, delegación de Milpa Alta., 2750 - 2750m

COL
Minuartia moehringioides (Moc. & Sessé ex DC.) Mattf.
276064David Flores   911974-09-20
México, Distrito Federal, Cerro Teutli, delegación de Milpa Alta.


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Google Map

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