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

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
218817Alvaro Fernández-Pérez | Roberto Jaramillo-Mejía   70961965-03-06
Colombia, Guainía, Rio Inirida,cerro Pajarito., 3.2997222222 -68.4

COL
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
266893M. Ospina H.   11291984-08-07
Colombia, Vichada, Caño Lapa, río Tuparro.

COL
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
349333R. Liesner | K. Clark   90151980-02-03
Colombia, Guainía, Ca of 30 km of San Carlos de Rio Negro. and San Felipe adjacent to Isla Cigarrón., 1.7333333333 -67.0333333333, 120 - 120m

COL
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
378489J. Rodríguez   1811993-08-31
Colombia, Vaupés, Serrania de Taraira. 10 km al N-W del raudal de la Libertad., -0.8833333333 -69.75, 250 - 250m

COL
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
383011M. Ospina H.   13501994-03-10
Brasil, Manaos, Igapó Tarumá., -3.0158333333 -60.0997222222

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
648882Dodson et al.   1991-07-30
Ecuador, Sucumb, 245m

MO
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
650599Dodson et al.   1991-07-30
Ecuador, Sucumb, R, 220m

MO:Tropicos
Pleurothallis miqueliana (H. Focke) Lindl.
1340693R. Liesner&K. Clark   90151980-02-03
Colombia, Guainia, Ca. 30 km S of San Carlos de Río Negro (Ven.) and San Felipe (Col.), adjacent to Isla Cigarrón. Primary seasonally flooded forest along Río Negro in area in which worms climb trees., 1.73 -67.03, 120m

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1460809.244E. P. Killip & A. C. Smith   269981929-08-03
Peru, Loreto

US:Botany
1459069.259J. M. Schunke   1621935-02-03
Peru, Loreto

US:Botany
2839398.251G. G. Hatschbach   362051975-02-15
Brazil, Paraná, Curitiba


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