Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Zanthoxylum tambopatense
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


Harvard University Herbaria

barcode-00934096P. Acevedo-Rodriguez   89721997-01-22
Peru, Cuzco, Dist. Camisea. Campamento San Martin-C, Camisea Production Unit

Missouri Botanical Garden

116293D.N. Smith   14601982-05-09
Peru, Junin, Chanchamayo, road La Merced-Puente Paucartambo-Oxapampa, Río Colorado. Farm land., -10.97 -75.5, 750m

117095P. Núñez   120721990-04-14
Peru, Madre de Dios, Tambopata, Cusco Amazónico Logde. Lago Sandobal and Río Madre de Dios. Lake edge; aguajal., -12.58 -69.05, 200m

117678A. Gentry, J. Revilla, D. Alfaro, D. Daly   196051977-04-21
Peru, Madre de Dios, Madre de Dios. Road to Tambopata, N of Pureto Maldonado, forest edge., -12.46 -69.14, 250m

117823Al Gentry & Percy Nuñez   542451986-06-07
Peru, Madre de Dios, Tambopata, Puerto Maldonado, outskirts of city along road paralleling Rio Tambopata. Weedy roadside second growth., -12.58 -69.17, 200m

117910Rodolfo Vásquez y N. Jaramillo   25551981-09-18
Peru, Loreto, Alto Amazonas, Yurimaguas, (alrrededores). Bosque secundario, no inundable., -5.83 -76.13, 170m

117999D.N. Smith, Valentín & Edgar García   14420
Bolivia, Beni, Gral. Ballivian, Cumbre de la Serranía del Pilón Lajas, carretera Caranavi-San Borja, 25 km de Yucumo. Bosque tropical subandino, primario; laderas de 25-30º. Hectárea marcada., -15.28 -67.07, 850 - 900m

New York Botanical Garden

Zanthoxylum tambopatense Reynel Reynel
709959C. A. Cid Ferreira   29591980-10-18
Brazil, Acre, Quixadá, 11Km of Rio Branco-Quixada road, -9.92 -67.7

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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