Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Peperomia aguilae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Peperomia aguilae Trelease & Yuncker
barcode-01981858J. Cuatrecasas, R. E. Schultes & E. E. Smith   124101941-10-18
Colombia, Norte de Santander, región del Sarare: entre el Alto del Loro y el Alto de Santa Inés, 2 - 2m

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Peperomia aguilae Trel. & Yunck.
11605Hernándo García Barriga   082321939-12-03
Colombia, Tolima, Herveo, Alto El Águila., 5.089283 -75.155507, 1800 - 1800m

COL
Peperomia aguilae Trel. & Yunck.
16269José Cuatrecasas | Richard Evans Schultes | E. Smith   124101941-10-18
Colombia, Norte de Santander, Cordillera oriental. Región del Sarare, entre el Alto del Loro y el Alto de Santa Ines., 1800 - 2200m

COL
Peperomia aguilae Trel. & Yunck.
191253Santiago Díaz-Piedrahita   1190
Colombia, Santander, Charalá, Alrededores de Bogotacito., 1800 - 1850m

COL
Peperomia aguilae Trel. & Yunck.
191259Santiago Díaz-Piedrahita   1689
Colombia, Santander, Charalá, Sin Datos., 6.105689 -73.22415, 1700 - 1700m

COL
Peperomia aguilae Trel. & Yunck.
191790Santiago Díaz-Piedrahita   1292
Colombia, Santander, Charalá, Sin Datos., 6.106408 -73.202421, 1750 - 1800m

COL
Peperomia aguilae Trel. & Yunck.
300017SIN   
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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Peperomia aguilae Trel.&Yunck.
1280144H. Garcia-Barriga   82321939-12-03
Colombia, Tolima, Fresno, Alto del Aguila., 1800m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Peperomia aguilae Trel. & Yunck.
1774151.21H. García Barriga   82321939-12-03
Colombia, Tolima, El Fresno, Alto del Aguilo., 1800 - 1800m


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