Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Rhoogeton cyclophyllus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0461455FK. M. Redden & K. J. Wurdack   67252009-05-22
GUYANA

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Rhoogeton cyclophyllus Leeuwenb. Leeuwenb.
313009B. Maguire   405851955-02-05
Guyana, Mt. Ayanganna, Pakaraima Mountains, 1000 - 1500m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
2652680.104R. S. Cowan & T. R. Soderstrom   21491962-03-13
Guyana, Potaro-Siparuni, Kaieteur plateau, bottom of Potaro gorge near Kaieteur Falls to western rim of splash-basin of falls, 5.17 -59.48, 213m

US:Botany
3140627.104B. M. Boom & G. Samuels   91561989-07-10
Guyana, Potaro-Siparuni, Upper Potaro River region, upper slopes of Mt. Wokomung, 5.08 -59.83, 1540 - 1600m

US:Botany
3439919.104J. Pipoly, G. Gharbarran & G. Samuels   110561987-03-05
Guyana, Cuyuni-Mazaruni, Headwaters of Kangu River, W branch; ┬▒ 4 km NW of E peak of Mt. Ayanganna, first talus slope of plateau, 5.42 -60, 700m

US:Botany
3171933.104W. J. Hahn, E. Judziewicz & D. Gopaul   43461988-04-07
Guyana, Potaro-Siparuni, Mt. Kopinang, 4.97 -59.88, 1500 - 1600m

US:Botany
3190581.104W. J. Hahn, E. Judziewicz, S. Tiwari & D. Gopaul   46571988-04-16
Guyana, Potaro-Siparuni, Kaieteur Falls National Park, 5.17 -59.48, 500m

US:Botany
3631419.104David Clarke & et al.   107892003-07-11
Guyana, Potaro-Siparuni, Potaro-Siparuni Region. Mt. Wokomung, summit, 5.06758 -59.86161, 1560m

US:Botany
3632250.104David Clarke, R. Williams, C. Perry, E. Tripp, J. Kelly, D. Gittens & S. R. Stern   103502003-06-30
Guyana, Potaro-Siparuni, Mt. Wokomung, easternmost pinnacle of massif, 5.0928 -59.83703, 1524m


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