Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pararhacocarpus patagonicus (Rhacocarpus patagonicus)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
90004992Marshall R. Crosby   163421992-03-07
Chile, Aisen, Peninsula Taitao. Along W approaches to unnamed 904 m peak, Mt. Optimist, on peninsula between Brazo Desague and Brazo Norte, directly E of junction of Brazo Norte and Estero Lorrain, Lago Presidente Rios., -46.35 -74.32, 300 - 900m

MO:Tropicos
Pararhacocarpus patagonicus (Broth.) J.-P. Frahm
90178538Bruce Allen   261812004-01-15
Chile, Magallanes, Antartica Chilena, Comuna Cabo de Hornos. East side of London Island. Low shrubs & grasses with dwarf Nothofagus. <26142-26186>, -54.67 -71.95, - 100m

MO:Tropicos
Pararhacocarpus patagonicus (Broth.) J.-P. Frahm
90186199Bruce Allen   26206A2004-01-15
Chile, Magallanes, Antartica Chilena, Comuna Cabo de Hornos. Isla Grande de la Tierra del Fuego, west shore of Seno Ventisqueros between first & second narrows. <26187-26230>, -54.78 -70.32, - 100m


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