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

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Herbario Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia


HPUJ-Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (PUJ):HPUJ
16377Cortés S.   431900-01-01
Colombia, La Guajira, Sin datos, 11.476973 -72.432315

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
2026760Kurt E. Blum & John D. Dwyer   21321966-01-29
Panama, Canal Area, Vicinity of France Field., 9.36 -79.87, - 25m

MO:Tropicos
2027684E.A. Lao   1181971-06-08
Panama, Panamá, La Chorrera, La Chorrera, 8.88 -79.8, 20 - 90m

MO:Tropicos
2028533Thomas B. Croat   383191976-08-12
Panama, Canal Area, Vicinity of Madden Lake, along Boy Scout Road, 9.2 -79.61, 100m

MO:Tropicos
60243F. Ayala, R. Vásquez, G. Criollo y E. Arévalo   35301982-07-25
Peru, Loreto, Loreto, Cocha Sarapanga; Río Marañon, a 45 minutos de Nauta. Bosque secundario inundable.

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
USw22458.2772469B. A. Krukoff   2593A
Brazil, Minas Gerais

US:Botany
USw33684.2749615W. L. Stern, R. H. Eyde & E. S. Ayensu   FPAW 162801963-02-27
Panama, Los Santos

US:Botany
USw36509.2764151Collector unknown   GTW 5391
Guyana

US:Botany
USw2887.2772957H. Kuylen   s.n.
Guatemala

US:Botany
USw31654.2774665A. Mattos   RBW 2908
Brazil, Minas Gerais

US:Botany
USw26190.2779769Forestry Dept.   s.n.
Guyana

US:Botany
USw3127.2783695H. Winzerling   s.n.
Belize

US:Botany
6801.287626Wilkes Explor. Exped.   s.n.1838-00-00
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Janeiro

US:Botany
USw2.2784012H. F. Pittier   3455
Panama, Chagres Valley around Alhajuela

US:Botany
USw9952.2759823Ll. W. Williams   93
Peru, San Martín, Mariscal Cáceres, Rio Huallaga, margen Derecha del; Balsa Probana; dtto. Tocache Nuevo


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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