Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Oryctina myrsinites (Phthirusa myrsinites, Phthirusa savannarum)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0062379FB. Maguire   247021944-09-12
SURINAME

F:Botany
R. Spruce   6181850-00-00
BRAZIL

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:A
barcode-00035816B. Maguire   247021944-09-12
Surinam, Tafelberg (Table Mountain)

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Oryctina myrsinites (Eichler) Kuijt (Eichler) Kuijt
1279984J. M. Pires   2241947-04-05
Brazil, Amazonas, Rio Negro at Macará, -0.3 -64

NY
Oryctina myrsinites (Eichler) Kuijt (Eichler) Kuijt
1279982R. S. Cowan   381081954-11-05
Brazil, Amapá, Forest on Fritz Akerman Ore Body (Also T3 and T9), Serra do Navio, Rio Amapari., 70 - 300m

NY
Oryctina myrsinites (Eichler) Kuijt (Eichler) Kuijt
1279983R. S. Cowan   386491954-12-03
Brazil, Amapá, Frequent in trees in Oyapock Airfield., 3.854254 -51.797206

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1932399.208B. Maguire   247021944-09-12
Suriname, Tafelberg (Table Mountain), savanna II., 3.91071 -56.189


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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