Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Apinagia exilis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
Apinagia exilis (Tul.) van Royen
FMB-011057Vincelli, Paul   12231979-09-09
Colombia, Vichada, Cumaribo, Along rocks at the mounth of the río Tomo, 100m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Apinagia exilis (Tul.) P. Royen
3150642Nicholas G. L. Guppy   51949-10-28
Guyana, Forestry Dept. Konawaruk Rapids, Essequibo river.

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Apinagia exilis (Tul.) P.Royen
U 0062108Schomburgk RH   
Guyana

NL:Botany
Apinagia exilis (Tul.) P.Royen
L.1858171Vareschi V; Gessner F   1952-11-01
Venezuela, Saltos del Caroni, estado Bolivar.

NL:Botany
Apinagia exilis (Tul.) P.Royen
L 0204546Schomburgk RH   
Guyana

NL:Botany
Apinagia exilis (Tul.) P.Royen
L 0204545Schomburgk RH   
Guyana

NL:Botany
Apinagia exilis (Tul.) P.Royen
L 0204544Schomburgk RH   
Guyana


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