Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Minaria refractifolia (Ditassa refractifolia)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0048905FA. F. M. Glaziou   19638
BRAZIL

F:Botany
Minaria refractifolia (K. Schum.) T. U. P. Konno & Rapini
V0419938FH. S. Irwin   218971969-01-14
Brazil, Minas Gerais

F:Botany
Minaria refractifolia (K. Schum.) T. U. P. Konno & Rapini
V0419937FW. R. Anderson   355361972-02-05
Brazil, Minas Gerais

F:Botany
A. F. M. Glaziou   19639
BRAZIL

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1102053Irwin HS; Santos RR dos; Souza R; Fonseca SF da   1969-01-14
Brazil, Plants of the Planalto do Brasil. Estado de Minas Gerais. Serra do Espinhaco, ca. 29km S.W. of Diamantina on road to Gouveia.

NL:Botany
U.1102052Irwin HS; Santos RR dos; Souza R; Fonseca SF da   1969-01-24
Brazil, Plants of the Planalto do Brasil. Estado de Minas Gerais. Serra do Espinhaco, Campo bordering meadow and slow creek, with adjacent outcrops, vicninity of Datas.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Minaria refractifolia (K.Schum.) T.U.P.Konno & Rapini (K.Schum.) T.U.P.Konno & Rapini
971890A. Rapini   5101998-03-01
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Serro, Trinta-réis., -18.6047 -43.3792

NY
Minaria refractifolia (K.Schum.) T.U.P.Konno & Rapini (K.Schum.) T.U.P.Konno & Rapini
971892H. S. Irwin   225671969-01-24
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Datas, Serra do Espinhaço, vicinity of Datas, -18.44535 -43.6556, 1300 - 1300m

NY
Minaria refractifolia (K.Schum.) T.U.P.Konno & Rapini (K.Schum.) T.U.P.Konno & Rapini
971891H. S. Irwin   218971969-01-14
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Ca. 29km SW of Diamantina on road to Gouveia. Serra do Espinhaço., -18.4 -43.72, 1300 - 1300m


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

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