Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Comanthera centauroides (Comanthera vernonioides, Comanthera vernonioides var. confusa, Eriocaulon centauroides, Paepalanthus vernonioides, Syngonanthus squarrosus)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0045870FA. F. M. Glaziou   s.n.1884-06-10
BRAZIL

F:Botany
A. F. M. Glaziou   155411884-06-00
BRAZIL

F:Botany
L. Riedel   1063
BRAZIL

F:Botany
F. Sellow   1295
BRAZIL

F:Botany
Comanthera centauroides (Bong.) L.R.Parra & Giul.
R. de Mello-Silva   1356
Brazil, Minas Gerais

F:Botany
Comanthera centauroides (Bong.) L.R.Parra & Giul.
H. L. de Mello Barreto   4737
Brazil, Minas Gerais

F:Botany
Comanthera centauroides (Bong.) L.R.Parra & Giul.
G. Hatschbach   51059
Brazil, Minas Gerais

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
barcode-00046761L. Riedel   1063
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Serra da Lapa

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Comanthera vernonioides (Kunth) Parra & Giul.
U.1278675Harley RM; et al.   1974-02-04
Brazil, Estado d Bahia, Serra do Sincorá. ByRio Cumbuca ca. 3km S. of Mucugé, near site of small dam on road to Cascavel., -13.016667 -41.35

NL:Botany
Comanthera vernonioides (Kunth) Parra & Giul.
L.1424915Vincent D   
Brazil, Pe & Soyas. *.

NL:Botany
L 0821074Riedel L   
Brazil

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Comanthera centauroides (Bong.) L.R.Parra & Giul. (Bong.) L.R.Parra & Giul.
00898520N. Hensold   5791982-03-23
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Mpio. Fechados: Serra do Cipó, in the valleys of the Córrego dos Piões and Córrego Soberbo, about 5 km S of the Rio Preto., 1200 - 1400m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Syngonanthus squarrosus Ruhland in Engl.
1124141.211A. F. M. Glaziou   155411884-06-10
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Caraca.


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