Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Rauvolfia schuelii (Rauvolfia boliviana)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
G. H. E. W. Hieronymus & P. G. Lorentz   9621873-06-15
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0423654FA. L. Cabrera & et al.   310101979-10-24
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0423655FL. L. Hauman   56241923-00-00
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0423661FJ. C. Solomon   94121983-01-25
BOLIVIA

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1397423St. G. Beck   97631983-10-26
Bolivia, Tarija, Gran Chaco, Villamontes, 30 kms hacia Tarija. Valle relativamente húmedo, 600m

MO:Tropicos
1735901E. Meneces & W. Terceros   3111976-04-07
Bolivia, Beni, Moxos, 28 Km al sud de Pto. Palomo, Bosque húmedo subtropical, cerca a serrania., 265m

MO:Tropicos
1735908E. Meneces y W. Terceros   4871979-04-08
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Ichilo, Chore; km 170 sobre linea ferrea. Bosque húmedo subtropical de tierra firme.

MO:Tropicos
422873James C. Solomon   94121983-01-25
Bolivia, La Paz, Nor Yungas, 4.5 km below Yolosa, then 13.7 km W on road up Río Huarinilla. Bridge at Comunidad Huancané. Moist forest with some disturbance., -16.2 -67.83, 1200m


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Google Map

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