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

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Field Museum of Natural History

H. Ruíz L.   1778-00-00

Herbario Nacional Colombiano

194059Enrique Forero González   1449
Colombia, Chocó, Margen izquierda del Rio Atrato,frente a Quibdo,barrio av Bahia Solano., 40 - 40m

Missouri Botanical Garden

614003Carlos E. Cer   1988-05-26
Ecuador, Napo, Parque Nacional Yasun, -0.92 -76.18, 200m

614085Carlos E. Cer   1988-01-09
Ecuador, Napo, Parque Nacional Yasun, -0.87 -76.08, 230m

1181578Madison, Bush & Davis   
Ecuador, Morona-Santiago, 700m

614727Camilo Díaz & N. Jaramillo   15771979-10-13
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Caserio Negro Urco, 15 min. arriba del Caserio Libertad, Río Napo, trocha hacia la parte posterior del Caserio., -3 -73.42

615312Al Gentry, R. Vasquez, N. Jaramillo, & M. Horna   300091980-10-12
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Trail toward Río Itaya, left side of Río Amazonas, just below mouth of Río Ucayali. mature and disturbed forest on yellowish lateritic soil over limestone outcrop., -4.33 -72.5, 130m

615375R. Vásquez, R. Ortíz & N. Jaramillo   138401990-06-01
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Dtto. Iquitos, Allpahuayo, Estación Experiø mental del Instituto de Investigaciones de la Amazonía Peruana (IIAP). Bosque primario., -4 -73.43

615419Ramón Ramírez Catauga   108
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Mishana, Río Nanay., -3.83 -73.5, 140m

615431R. Vásquez & N. Jaramillo   2071980-07-13
Peru, Loreto, Requena, Jenaro Herrera. Bosque primario, terrenos altos., -4.92 -73.83, 140m

615835Al Gentry, R. Vasquez & N. Jaramillo   431221983-07-15
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Yanamono. Explorama Tourist Camp, Río Amazonas halfway between Indiana and mouth of Río Napo, seasonally inundated tahuampa forest. Transect 2, -3.47 -72.83, 120m

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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.