Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Goeppertia micans (Calathea albicans)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History

Calathea albicans Brongn. ex Gris
M. Mélinon   

Instituto Alexander von Humboldt

Goeppertia micans (L.Mathieu) Borchs. & S.Suárez
FMB-060728Barbosa, César   71151992-05-12
Colombia, Chocó, El Carmen de Atrato, Cerro intermedio

New York Botanical Garden

Goeppertia micans (L.Mathieu) Borchs. & S.Suárez
02692167D. Cárdenas-López   187632006-07-19
Colombia, Vaupés, Papunaua, gran resguardo indígena del Vaupés, comunidad indígena de Wacuraba, cñ. Cuduyarí, sector de chagras y rastrojo NE de la comunidad, 1.4 -70.89166667, 200m

Goeppertia micans (L.Mathieu) Borchs. & S.Suárez
03599569D. Cárdenas-López   461132016-03-14
Colombia, Caquetá, Belén de Los Andaquíes, Camino Andaquí vía que comunica el municipio de Acevedo con Belén, quebrada las verdes, vegetación a orilla quebrada, 1.631278 -75.906056, 700 - 850m

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Google Map

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