Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Aphelandra maculata
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0354209FR. B. Foster   32711976-08-20
Peru, Madre de Dios

F:Botany
V0087857FJ. G. Graham & J. Schunke Vigo   9492000-02-16
Peru, Ucayali, Purús, Dist. Purús, Cuenca del Río Purús. Río Curanja, cerca la comunidad nativa de Colombiana., -10.07 -71.1, 300 - 350m

F:Botany
V0354182FJ. Schunke Vigo   78351974-07-28
Peru, San Martín

F:Botany
V0248708F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0248703F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0248704F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0248714F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0248712F   
PERU

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Aphelandra maculata (Tafalla ex Nees) Voss
173240J. Shunke   34071969-09-09
Perú, San Martín, Mariscal Cáceres, Margén derecha del río Huallaga, fundo la Campiña, 2 km abajo de Tocache Nuevo.

COL
Aphelandra maculata (Tafalla ex Nees) Voss
386251N. Pinilla   3251995-01-18
Colombia, Amazonas, Río Amacayacu, trocha San Martín - Cotué, antes del caño Pudre., 90 - 90m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Aphelandra maculata (Tafalla ex Nees) Voss
499504José Schunke-V.   106651979-01-02
Peru, San Martín, Mariscal Caceres, Dtto. Tocache Nuevo; Quebrada de Cañuto, cerca al Fundo del Sr. Victor Arévalo., 520m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Aphelandra maculata (Tafalla ex Nees) Voss
L.2831334Ule EHG   1911-10-01
Brazil, Bl. gelb, am Bache, Seringal S.Fracisco, Rio Acre. *.

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
Aphelandra maculata (Tafalla ex Nees) Voss
3356118.105P. Acevedo-Rodriguez, K. Rankin & S. F. Smith   86751997-01-13
Peru, Cuzco, Cuzco, Districto Camisea, Campamento San Martín-C, Camisea Production Unit. West of camp., -11.7856 -72.6992, 467m


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Google Map

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