Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Saranthe eichleri
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
A. F. M. Glaziou   4252
BRAZIL

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
barcode-00273383K. Fiebrig   57741909-00-00
Paraguay, Alto Paraná

Harvard:GH
barcode-00273384E. Hassler   5566
Paraguay, In regione vicine <Igatimí>

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1382814Hatschbach GG; Kummrow R   1975-01-17
Brazil, Ilha don Malha (mun.Morretes) Paraná.

NL:Botany
L.2058067Fiebrig K   1909-01-01
Paraguay, Alto Paraná, Alto Paraná.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Saranthe eichleri Petersen Petersen
584090J. P. Lanna Sobrinho   7791963-12-15
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Guanabara, Tijuca, -22.95583 -43.274528

NY
Saranthe eichleri Petersen Petersen
584089A. Gehrt   80601923-01-01
Brazil, São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Butantan, -23.565521 -46.724373

NY
Saranthe eichleri Petersen Petersen
778506J. M. A. Braga   71812003-02-23
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Mangaratiba, Reserva Rio das Pedras (RPPN - IBAMA), início da trilha das Bromélias, -22.9597 -44.0406, 100 - 150m

NY
Saranthe eichleri Petersen
584128E. Hassler   107401907-00-00
Paraguay, In altaplanitie et declivibus <Sierra de Amambay>

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
3411616.206J. R. Grant, A. Costa & B. Rezende-Silva   99-033101999-04-03
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Alro do Saberbo, Morro do Elefante., -22.4772 -42.9858, 1056 - 1056m

US:Botany
2123353.257R. Reitz   51611953-01-18
Brazil, Santa Catarina, Rio canoas, itajai, 50 - 50m

US:Botany
3097289.243G. G. Hatschbach   405701977-12-10
Brazil, Paraná, Bom jardim (mun. mal. candido rondon)

US:Botany
3147088.253G. G. Hatschbach & R. Kummrow   357591975-01-17
Brazil, Paraná, Ilha do malha (mun. morretes)


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Google Map

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