Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sisyrinchium claritae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0045952FW. G. F. Herter   15251931-11-00
URUGUAY

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
barcode-00031493W. G. F. Herter   1525-876671931-11-00
Uruguay, Rocha, Santa Teresa

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
WAG.1616982Pedersen TM   1959-10-21
Paraguay, Plantae Paraguayenses. Dry grasslands. Estancia,, La Soledad'. Santiago.

NL:Botany
U 0002537Herter WGF   
Uruguay, Rocha, Dep. de RochaLoc.dict. Sta. Teresa.

NL:Botany
L.3911753Pedersen TM   1959-10-21
Paraguay, Plantae Paraguayenses. Dry grasslands. Estancia,, La Soledad. Santiago.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Sisyrinchium claritae Herter
527636E. G. Nicora de Panza   55541950-10-30
Argentina, Corrientes, San Isidro. Monte Caseros, La Potota

NY
Sisyrinchium claritae Herter Herter
319513W. G. F. Herter   76671931-11-00
Uruguay, Rocha

NY
Sisyrinchium claritae Herter Herter
528799C. A. M. Lindman   819
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Quinta pr. Rio Grande oppid.


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