Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Geonoma concinnoidea
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
J. P. Folsom   6603
Panama, Panamá

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Geonoma concinnoidea A.J.Hend. subsp. concinnoidea A.J.Hend.
02387620G. C. de Nevers   61471985-11-02
Panama, San Blás, El Llano-Cartí Road, km 19.1., 9.32 -78.92, 350m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea A.J.Hend. subsp. concinnoidea A.J.Hend.
02387621J. Roncal   3942008-06-09
Panama, San Blás, Comarca Kuna Yala, carretera el Llano-Carti., 9.34236 -78.99878, 366m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea A.J.Hend. subsp. concinnoidea A.J.Hend.
02387622G. C. de Nevers   49741985-03-05
Panama, San Blás, El Llano-Cartí road, 19.1 km from Interamerican Hwy/, 9.32 -78.92, 350m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea A.J.Hend. subsp. concinnoidea A.J.Hend.
02387623G. C. de Nevers   66161985-12-21
Panama, San Blás, Trail from Río Esadi to Cerro Banega., 9.38 -78.85, 300 - 530m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea subsp. jefensis A.J.Hend. A.J.Hend.
02387625G. C. de Nevers   62861985-11-20
Panama, San Blás, Cerro Brewster., 9.3 -79.27, 800 - 850m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea subsp. jefensis A.J.Hend. A.J.Hend.
02387626G. C. de Nevers   53811985-04-21
Panama, San Blás, Cerro Brewster., 9.3 -79.27, 850m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea subsp. coclensis A.J.Hend. A.J.Hend.
02387627G. C. de Nevers   63721985-11-27
Panama, Coclé, Continental Divide above El Copé., 8.63 -80.65, 650 - 750m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea subsp. coclensis A.J.Hend. A.J.Hend.
02387628G. C. de Nevers   67281986-01-11
Panama, Coclé, Coclecito Road, trail along continental divide., 8.7 -80.47, 500m

NY
Geonoma concinnoidea A.J.Hend. subsp. concinnoidea A.J.Hend.
02387624G. C. de Nevers   53671985-04-14
Panama, San Blás, El Llano-Cartí Road. Km. 19.1., 9.32 -78.92, 350m


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