Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Diplolepis mucronata (Cynanchum avilense, Cynoctonum mucronatum, Holostemma chilense, Metastelma mucronatum)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Cynoctonum mucronatum (Decne.) Decne.
C. Gay   
CHILE

F:Botany
R. A. Philippi   
CHILE

F:Botany
V0419859FLl. Williams   13344a1940-06-17
VENEZUELA

F:Botany
V0419860FC. Vogl   4041940-09-28
VENEZUELA

F:Botany
V0419861FC. Vogl   297
VENEZUELA

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
WAG.1659299Morillo GN   1973-01-03
Venezuela, Edo. Miranda: Colinas de Carrizal, 20 Km de Caracas.

NL:Botany
WAG.1659082Buchtien O   1903-01-28
Chile, Chilenses. Uspallata-Pass der chilenischen Hochcordillere (33┬░ s. Breite): Juncal; auf den Bergen., -32.9 -70.116667

NL:Botany
U.1101200Flora Falcon   1979-01-16
Venezuela, Estado Falcon. Alrededores de Carrizalito, Sierra san Luis, Matorral, siempre verde ralo.


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