Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Clara ophiopogonoides (Herreria ophiopogonoides)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Herreria ophiopogonoides (Kunth) Hauman & Vanderv.
F. Sellow   33201836-00-00
BRAZIL

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1355394Herter WGF   1933-12-01
Uruguay, Rivera

NL:Botany
U.1355393Rosengurtt B   1939-11-19
Uruguay

NL:Botany
U.1355392Herter WGF   1937-01-01
Uruguay, Tacuarembó

NL:Botany
U.1355391Rosengurtt B   1936-12-01
Uruguay

NL:Botany
Herreria ophiopogonoides Hauman & Vanderv.
L.3893650Pedersen TM   1984-03-18
Brazil, Plantas brasiliensess. Rio Grande do Sul, mun. Arroio Grande: around A. Grande.

NL:Botany
Herreria ophiopogonoides Hauman & Vanderv.
L.1455417Pedersen TM   1969-12-15
Paraguay, Estancia,,La Soledad'. Santiago. Dep. Misiones.

NL:Botany
Herreria ophiopogonoides Hauman & Vanderv.
L.1455416Pedersen TM   1967-01-15
Uruguay, Casupá. Dep. Florida.

NL:Botany
Herreria ophiopogonoides Hauman & Vanderv.
AMD.27151Herter WG   1933-12-02
Uruguay, Dep. de Rivera. Loc. Dict. Galgo.


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