Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pseuderanthemum congestum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
J. Urrelo et al.   3492002-07-15
Bolivia, Pando, Provincia Federico Román. Camino maderero paralelo al río Madera, 15 km al sur de Nueva Esperanza. Campamento #1 (Caimán) en el Inventario Biológico Rápido #6., -10.22633333 -65.37666667, 150 - 250m

F:Botany
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
V0354240FR. B. Foster   115081986-09-29
Peru, Madre de Dios

F:Botany
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
V0354241FR. B. Foster   129211989-08-05
Peru, Madre de Dios

F:Botany
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
V0250815F   
BRAZIL

F:Botany
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
V0250820F   
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
V0250816F   
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
V0250818F   
BOLIVIA

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
1394792R. Guillén   19631994-06-20
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Velasco, Campamento El Refugio, a 2800 m al NE de la casa, en la Bahía Las Petas. Colchas y Taropes., -14.76 -61.05, 150m

MO:Tropicos
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S. Moore) Wassh.
979419R. Guillén et al.   39621995-08-14
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Velasco, Parque Nacional Noel Kempff Mercado, Bella Vista, a 200 m de la laguna Bella-vista sobre el camino hacia la comunidad. Bosque húmedo de altura. Suelos arcillo limosos con presencia de arena., -13.6 -61.56, 200m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Pseuderanthemum congestum (S.Moore) Wassh. (S.Moore) Wassh.
1146427D. C. Zappi   13322008-08-21
Brazil, Mato Grosso, Novo Mundo, Parque Estadual Cristalino. Limite Nordeste do Parque, Olho da Xuxa., -9.501294 -55.169364, 319 - 319m


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