Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Chamaesyce serpens (Euphorbia serpens)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0030876E. Lehto; T. Reeves   L-185681975-05-25
Mexico, Sonora, 20.8 mi S of Hermosillo, MEX Hwy 15., 28.780208 -110.965958, 217m

ASU
ASU0030877Tom Wendt; Emily J. Lott, Mike Mispagel   17541976-09-26
Mexico, Coahuila, Sierra de la Madera. Mpios. de Cuatro Ciénegas y Ocampo. 1.1 mi E of Tanque El Toro and 4.1 mi E of Rancho Charretera along road to Cuatro Ciénegas, in northern bajada of range., 27.15278 -102.3644, 1090m

ASU
ASU0030878Donald J. Pinkava; E. Lehto, D. Keil   54131968-06-11
Mexico, Coahuila, Cuatro Ciénegas Basin. Ferrino's Laguna area., 26.703022 -101.897401

ASU
ASU0030879Donald J. Pinkava; E. Lehto, D. Keil   53371968-06-10
Mexico, Coahuila, Rio Cañón, 2.1 miles north of Cuatro Ciénegas northern limits, Cañón de la Agua., 27.0226410348099 -102.091183662415

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0056660FF. W. H. A. von Humboldt et al.   407
VENEZUELA

F:Botany
S. Llatas Quiroz et al.   91521993-06-11
Peru, Cajamarca, Jaen, Distrito Pucara. Las Juntas, 1200m

F:Botany
V0083456FC. Gaudichaud-Beaupré   1931836-07-00
Peru, Lima, Callao, -12 -77.03

F:Botany
V0083453FJ. F. Macbride   58851923-09-18
Peru, Lima, Callao, -12 -77.03

F:Botany
V0083452FF. W. Pennell   122081925-01-04
Peru, Lima, Lurín, -12.28 -76.87

F:Botany
V0083454FM. O. Dillon et al.   47681986-11-14
Peru, Tacná, Tacná, 29-32 km WNW of Tacná on Pan-American Highway (Pampa de Sama), km 1241-1247, -17.83 -70.25, 550 - 630m

F:Botany
V0083455FM. O. Dillon et al.   33961983-02-16
Peru, Tacná, Tacná, ca. 21 km SE of Moquegua/Tacná border, at km 1225 S of Lima, -17.42 -70.93

F:Botany
S. G. Beck   142411987-09-13
Bolivia, La Paz

F:Botany
T. Rojas   12215a1944-09-04
Argentina, Formosa, -25 -60

F:Botany
R. Acosta P. & Dorantes   6171975-11-25
Mexico, Veracruz

F:Botany
V0084578FG. M. Diggs & M. Nee   25641982-06-24
Mexico, Veracruz

F:Botany
M. Nee et al.   194851981-01-04
Mexico, Veracruz

F:Botany
M. Nee & K. R. Taylor   258161983-03-07
Mexico, Veracruz

F:Botany
V0194773FP. G. Lorentz & G. H. E. W. Hieronymus   4801982-11-12
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194789F   
CHILE

F:Botany
V0194769FP. A. Garcia   6661945-01-10
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194787F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0194782FE. Hassler   73011901-09-00
PARAGUAY

F:Botany
V0194791FO. Buchtien   40931917-12-00
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194777FM. Lillo   72851907-12-23
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194799FN. L. Britton & H. H. Rusby   2273
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194766F   45021937-04-04
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194802FJ. L. Luteyn et al.   83461982-01-23
VENEZUELA

F:Botany
V0194784FC. H. Dodson & P. M. Dodson   110191981-05-21
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0194778F   
CHILE

F:Botany
V0194800F   
BRAZIL

F:Botany
V0194801F   
BRAZIL

F:Botany
V0194776FS. G. Tressens et al.   24861984-02-24
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194780FW. G. F. Herter   2010b1937-03-00
URUGUAY

F:Botany
V0194797FS. G. Beck & R. de Michel   115741985-09-24
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194803F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0194770FT. Meyer   23961937-12-00
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194795FS. G. Beck   88961984-10-16
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194774FR. O. Vanni et al.   23021991-02-26
PARAGUAY

F:Botany
V0194781FT. Morong   8811888-00-00
PARAGUAY

F:Botany
V0194790FJ. Steinbach   98391929-06-15
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0195352FS. G. Beck   142411987-09-13
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194771FO. H. Ahumada et al.   8281977-02-26
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194788F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0194793FM. Nee   303551984-11-14
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194783FE. Hassler   1246
PARAGUAY

F:Botany
V0194796FS. G. Beck   112821985-07-09
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194765F   39321936-04-10
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194792FM. Nee & J. C. Solomon   302381984-10-30
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194785F   
PERU

F:Botany
V0194767FL. Monetti   1931913-06-12
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194768FC. A. O'Donell   354141940-12-20
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194798FO. Buchtien   40931917-12-00
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194786FE. Asplund   51081939-02-22
GUYANA

F:Botany
V0194772FE. L. Ekman   5161907-10-19
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194779FW. G. F. Herter   2010a1938-03-00
URUGUAY

F:Botany
V0195351F   
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194814F   
CHILE

F:Botany
V0194775FA. Schinini & R. O. Vanni   218251982-02-04
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0194794FJ. C. Solomon   167461987-05-23
BOLIVIA

F:Botany
V0194804FR. L. Liesner & A. González   121741981-05-21
VENEZUELA

F:Botany
V0323608F   1981-04-11
BRAZIL

Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-029471Rondón, Efraín   651993-08-19
Colombia, Casanare, Río Upamena, 300m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
145999L.B. Holm-Nielsen   1979-08-05
Ecuador, Chimborazo, Road Riobamba - Ba, -1.52 -78.48, 2500m

MO
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
149345Acosta-Sol   1949-06-04
Ecuador, Imbabura, 2500m

MO
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
919380J. Richard Abbott   1994-12-22
Ecuador, Manab, Alandaluz Ecological Tourist Centre; 11 km south of Puerto Lopez along coast. Beach strand. Near sea level., -1.58 -80.83

MO
149338Acosta-Sol   1944-10-25
Ecuador, Tungurahua, 2500 - 2680m

MO
149352Acosta-Sol   1950-04-15
Ecuador, Pichincha, 2200 - 2500m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
2926774Unknown   s.n.
Chile, Valparaiso

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
155189Thomas B. Croat   509571980-10-29
Peru, Cusco, La Convención, Along railroad tracks south of Quillabamba between km 171-169., -12.33 -72.73, 1050m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
155317D. N. Smith, Rene Valencia & Alfredo Gonzales   104681985-04-19
Peru, Ancash, Yungay, Huascarán National Park. Quebrada Yanapaccha, a lateral of Quebrada Ranincuray. Polylepis sericea woods, grassy shrub- land, and cliffs. Shrublands heavily grazed., -9 -77.57, 3700 - 3840m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1322553A. Fuentes & G. Navarro   25541998-07-15
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, Parque Nacional Kaa-Iya del Gran Chaco, alrededores del Puesto Militar 27 de Noviembre, rodeado de bosque chaqueño xérico., -20.01 -61.9, 318m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1324015M. Chiraye, S. Arauz & B. Llanos   1221999-12-01
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, Yapiroa. Al Este de la comunidad, camino hacia el río., -19.62 -62.57

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1396179C. Antezana   10921999-03-21
Bolivia, Cochabamba, Campero, Pena Colorada. Comunidad de hierbas nitrofilas, en el pueblo., 1600m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
148573Israel G. Vargas & E. Tapia   10241991-07-03
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, Ibasiriri (Bañados del Izozog). Bosque achaparrado espinoso aledaña al río Parapetí., -19.58 -62.58, 400m

MO:Tropicos
1522743M. Nee   376271989-01-22
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, Ca. 21 km. SE of Palmar del Oratorio, ca. 14 km. SE of Rio Chore-Chore ( Rio Pantano. Flat plain, fine sandy soil, mostly cleared for soybean and maize fields, edges and disturbed remnants of subtropical semideciduous forest, with Prosopis alba, Anadenant, -18.03 -63.02, 365m

MO:Tropicos
1525143M. Nee   514302000-11-15
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, 6 km Nw of turnoff from hgihway at Rio Seco on dirt road toward La Florida. Chaco forest on slightly rolling area, sandy soil. With Astronium, Anadenanthera macrocarpa, Phyllostylon rhamnoides, Bromelia serra, Capparis speciosa,C. retusa, Ximenia american, 550m

MO:Tropicos
1525272M. Nee   46529
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Within the Flora de la Region del Parque Nacional Amboro, but above the 700 m contour, -18.11 -63.95, 1550m

MO:Tropicos
1526954M.Nee   379151989-12-02
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, 5 km. N of YPFB Gas Plant on the Rio Grande, 1 km. S of Road Brecha 5-1/2. Remnants of deciduous Chaco scrub forest, with Tabebuia nodosa, Capparis spp, Diplokeleba floribunda, flat , sandy, almost entirely cleared for agricultural fields by the Mennoni, -18.13 -62.93, 350m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1527316M. Nee   38984
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, The plain around Santa Cruz that is bound by the 700 m contour of the Andean foothills to the west, and the Río Grande to the east, -17.74 -63.2, 480m

MO:Tropicos
1528493M.Nee   516902000-11-27
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Prov. Santiesteban, 3 km E of San José. Flat area of clay loam, originally subtropical semi-deciduous or evergreen forest with much Attalea phalerata, Ficus. Hura crepitans, Crateva tapia, now mostly cleared for sugarcane and other field cropps., -16.83 -63.37, 240m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1529572M. Nee   370461988-12-07
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Andres Ibanez, southern outskirts of Santa Cruz, 7 km. SSE of center of Santa Cruz. Disturbed areas of former subtropical semi-deciduous forest, around brick pits and brickyard., -17.83 -63.15, 410m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1530081M. Nee   30238
Bolivia, La Paz, 1750m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1531327M. Nee   34308
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, The llanura, at the Jardin Botanico de Santa Cruz, -17.78 -63.07, 375m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1531752M. Nee   48440
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, The plain around Santa Cruz that is bound by the 700 m contour of the Andean foothills to the west, and the Río Grande to the east, -17.74 -63.2, 280m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1531985M. Nee   30355
Bolivia, Cochabamba, 2575m

MO:Tropicos
1533144M. Nee   475251997-12-24
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, Between new highway from Santa Cruz to Camiri and the railroad at turnoff to Paliza, 45 km S of turnoff from Santa Cruz-Samaipata highway., -17.74 -63.2, 525m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1534317M. Nee   45917
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, The plain around Santa Cruz that is bound by the 700 m contour of the Andean foothills to the west, and the Río Grande to the east, -17.74 -63.2, 320m

MO:Tropicos
1534463M. Nee   334711987-01-13
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Andres Ibanez, Along road from Santa Cruz to Samaipata, 1 km. SW of Angostura. Subtropical semi-deciduous fores tand roadsides in gorge of Rio Pirai as it emerges form teh easternmost foothills of the Andes., -18.15 -63.52, 650m

MO:Tropicos
1534975M. Nee   476281997-12-30
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Florida, 1.5 km S of La Tuna, on road from Mairana to Postrevalle, 6 km ( by air) SSE of Mairana. Bottom of Mairana valley. Grazed, remanants of dry woodland, mostly incultivated fields o f corn, bean, watermelon. Red Clay., -18.17 -63.95, 1375m

MO:Tropicos
1535809M.Nee   507241999-11-28
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Prov. Caballero, in Comarapa., -17.92 -64.53, 1810 - 1860m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
156442James C. Solomon   167461987-05-23
Bolivia, Beni, Vaca Diez, Riberalta. Llanura de inundación con Inga, Erythrina y abundante gramíneas., -11 -66.07, 150m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
156892James C. Solomon   58921981-08-03
Bolivia, La Paz, Murillo, 1 km NW of Mecapaca. Gravelly floodø plain., -16.67 -68.02, 3000m

MO:Tropicos
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
1732539Lopez, A.   413
Bolivia, Cochabamba, Mizque

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
WAG.1799454Pedersen TM   1986-10-13
Paraguay, Pte. Hayes, Paraguay, Detp. Pte. Hayes, Estancia 'La Paria', -23.433333 -59.566667

NL:Botany
U.1262556Steege H ter   1988-08-29
Guyana

NL:Botany
U.1262555Pipoly JJ; Ameer MH   1986-12-02
Guyana, Demerara-Mahaica, 6.633333 -57.916667

NL:Botany
U.1262554Hatschbach GG   1985-03-15
Brazil, Mato Grosso do Sul

NL:Botany
U.1262553Hatschbach GG; Hatschbach M; Barbosa E   1998-03-14
Brazil, Bahia

NL:Botany
U.1262552Hoffman B   1992-01-19
Guyana

NL:Botany
Chamaesyce serpens (Kunth) Small
U.1262371Smith DN; Valencia R; Minaya L   1985-03-10
Peru, Ancash Huaylas Prov, Huascaran National Park, Quebrada Alpamayo. Natural grassland ( puma), moderate to steep slopes, south side of valley., -8.833333 -77.7


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