Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Daltonia marginata (Daltonia latolimbata)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:FH
barcode-00079864T. C. J. Herzog   4950a1911-06-00
Bolivia, Incacorral, 2200m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
90105273H. van der Werff & E. Gudi   
Ecuador, Azuay, Gualaceo, Along road Gualaceo - El Limon., -2.93 -78.33, 3500m

MO
90128647L. Holm-Nielsen & al.   1979-05-05
Ecuador, Napo, NE side of Cerro Sumaco, quebrada S of campsite, -0.57 -77.72, 3750m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U 0093999Gradstein SR; Weber WA   1976-04-16
Ecuador, Galapagos, Isla Santa Cruz, N of Nt. Crocker, El Puntudo area.

NL:Botany
U 0093976Werff HH van der   1974-12-05
Ecuador, Galapagos, Santa Cruz, top of Cerro Maternidad.

NL:Botany
U 0093975Werff HH van der   1975-04-01
Ecuador, Galapagos, Vulcan Alcedo, Isabela.

NL:Botany
U 0093974Werff HH van der   1974-10-27
Ecuador, Galapagos, Santa Cruz, at NE slope of Cerro Camote.

NL:Botany
U 0093970Gradstein SR   1985-02-01
Guyana, Upper Mazaruni, Upper Mazaruni District. North Slope of mount Roraima., 5.283333 -60.716667

NL:Botany
U 0093969Crosby MR; Crosby CA   1973-03-23
Costa Rica, San José, San José: La Palma area, crest of ridge. On regional road 220 beyond San Jerónimo., 10.03 -83.59

NL:Botany
U 0093968Crosby MR; Crosby CA   1973-03-23
Costa Rica, San José, San José: La Palma area, crest of ridge. On regional road 220 beyond San Jerónimo., 10.03 -83.59

NL:Botany
L 0624764Puiggari GJJ   1879-08-01
Brazil, Apiahy

NL:Botany
L 0624736Andersson NJ   
Ecuador, Galapagos

NL:Botany
L 0624735Herb Lindig   1860-01-01
Colombia

NL:Botany
L 0624734Herzog T   1911-05-01
Bolivia

NL:Botany
L 0624712Herzog T   1911-06-01
Bolivia, Cochabamba

NL:Botany
L 0624658Deventer ML van   
Brazil, Rio de Janeiro


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