Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Sparattanthelium botocudorum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0031355G. Hatschbach; M. Hatschbach, O.S. Ribas & J. Carneiro   751682003-06-11
Brazil, Bahia, Estação Repetidora de Montinho (Mun. Porto Seguro)., -16.451121 -39.064665

ASU
ASU0031356G. Hatschbach; J. M. Silva   494441985-06-17
Brazil, Espirito Santo, Pedro Canario, arredores., -18.302281 -39.955471

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
C. F. P. Martius   
BRAZIL

F:Botany
Sparattanthelium botocudorum var. salzmanni
P. Salzmann   4791830-00-00
BRAZIL

F:Botany
Sparattanthelium botocudorum var. subcordatum
J. S. Blanchet   19241834-00-00
BRAZIL

F:Botany
V0353457FA. P. Duarte   67791962-06-19
Brazil, Bahia

F:Botany
V0280937F   
BRAZIL

F:Botany
V0280936F   
BRAZIL

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
WAG0367503Bruijn J de   1967-04-08
Venezuela, Delta Amacuro, Border between Estado Bolivar and Territorio Delta Amacuro. Primary forest near Rio Grande o Toro, E. of Upala., 8.066667 -61.733333

NL:Botany
WAG.1568577Bruijn J de   1967-04-08
Venezuela, Delta Amacuro, Border between Estado Bolivar and Territorio Delta Amacuro. Primary forest near Rio Grande o Toro, E. of Upala., 8.066667 -61.733333

NL:Botany
WAG.1568576Bruijn J de   1967-04-08
Venezuela, Delta Amacuro, Border between Estado Bolivar and Territorio Delta Amacuro. Primary forest near Rio Grande o Toro, E. of Upala., 8.066667 -61.733333

NL:Botany
U.1355477Farias GL   1991-04-15
Brazil, Espírito Santo

NL:Botany
U.1355441Bruijn J de   1967-04-08
Venezuela, Delta Amacuro, Border between Estado Bolivar and Territorio Delta Amacuro. Primary forest near Rio Grande o Toro, E. of Upala., 8.066667 -61.733333

NL:Botany
L.3812735Maas PJM; et al.   2009-05-08
Brazil, Espírito Santo, Lanhares, Reserva do Vale de Rio Doce, Estrada Aceiro Catela Joao Pedro., -19.1 -39.68

NL:Botany
L.1820615Duarte AP   1962-06-19
Brazil, Bahia - Porto Seguro, Km. 2 da BR 5.

NL:Botany
L.1820614Leal CG   1950-06-12
Brazil, Permambuco, brugenho, Pelado.

NL:Botany
L.1820613Duarte AP   1961-08-24
Brazil, Porto Seguro, Bahia, RB 5, k. 18.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
02098312L. A. Pereira   1742011-02-22
Brazil, Paraíba, João Pessoa, Mata Ciliar do Rio Cabelo: Mangabeira., -7.115 -34.8631, 47m

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
02098329L. A. Pereira   3162011-08-30
Brazil, Paraíba, Conde, Granja da CIMEPAR, -7.26 -34.9075, 112m

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum var. subcordatum Mart. Mart.
356045J. S. Blanchet   1924
Brazil, Bahia, -15.159747 -39.039072

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
1280652A. P. Duarte   60221961-08-24
Brazil, Bahia, Porto Seguro, BR 5, K. 18.

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
1462292J. D. García-González   11562009-08-20
Brazil, Pernambuco, Igarassu, Usina São José. Mata de Piedade, area protegida de propriedade de Usina São José., -7.8242 -34.9983, 103m

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
02098332L. A. Pereira   3932012-07-07
Brazil, Pernambuco, Igarassu, Usina São José

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
02694636L.A. Gomes   5722012-06-12
Brazil, Sergipe, Santa Luzia do Itanhy, RPPN Mata do Crasto. Borda de Mata.

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
01874334L.A. Gomes   11392013-07-12
Brazil, Sergipe, Santa Luzia do Itanhy, RPPN Mata do Crasto: Borda de mata. Lado esquerdo d via principal de acesso ao Povoado Crasto., -11.3742 -37.4319

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
02636977R. S. Souza   5122014-08-12
Brazil, Bahia, Nova Ibiá, Fazenda Dois Irmãos, -13.734917 -39.566361, 274 - 274m

NY
Sparattanthelium botocudorum Mart. Mart.
4218446W. W. Thomas   155672011-11-03
Brazil, Sergipe, Itaporanga d'Ajuda, 40 Km S of Aracaju on SE 99 to Poavoado Paraé, then 4 Km Fazenda Trapsa., -11.1664 -37.2561, 40m


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