Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Zanthoxylum monogynum subsp. bolivianum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Zanthoxylum monogynum subsp. bolivianum Reynel ex Jardim, Killeen & A. Fuentes
118525Al Gentry, M. Peña & B. Mostacedo   739621991-05-16
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Quiapaca, 10 km N of Santiago, valley of Río Tucuvaca dry forest. Transects 7-8., -18.33 -59.5, 300m

MO:Tropicos
Zanthoxylum monogynum subsp. bolivianum Reynel ex Jardim, Killeen & A. Fuentes
118550Al Gentry, M. Peña & B. Mostacedo   739681991-05-16
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Quiapaca, 10 km N of Santiago, valley of Río Tucuvaca dry forest. Transects 9-10., -18.33 -59.5, 300m

MO:Tropicos
Zanthoxylum monogynum subsp. bolivianum Reynel ex Jardim, Killeen & A. Fuentes
966704T.J. Killeen, Jardim, Freire, Vriesendorp & Cabrera   71001994-11-11
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Nuflo de Chavez, Lomerio; comunidad Las Trancas; a 40 km al S de Concepción. Bosque seco, semideciduo chiquitano, dominado por Anadenanthera colubrina de 10 a 20 m. de alt Sotobosque dominado por Garabatá, 400m

MO:Tropicos
Zanthoxylum monogynum subsp. bolivianum Reynel ex Jardim, Killeen & A. Fuentes
968900A. Jardim   19071995-03-29
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Nuflo de Chavez, Las Trancas, Lomerio cerca de las parcelas de Bolfor. Bosque seco chiquitano de Anadenanthera con afloramientos grandes de laja., -16.55 -61.84, 400m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Zanthoxylum monogynum subsp. bolivianum Reynel Reynel
39560C. E. O. Kuntze   s.n.
Bolivia, 200 - 200m

NY
Zanthoxylum monogynum subsp. bolivianum Reynel Reynel
39561C. E. O. Kuntze   s.n.
Bolivia, 200 - 200m


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