Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Mentha suaveolens (Mentha rotundifolia)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU
ASU0015150G. Grazziotin   74681991-01-09
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Capao da Canoa., -29.755588 -50.042204

ASU
ASU0015144James Henrickson   142851974-09-25
Mexico, Coahuila, Ca. 3 (rd) mi W of Cuatro Ciénegas at Cienega Anteojo., 770m

ASU
ASU0015145T. Reeves   P-131161975-08-15
Mexico, Coahuila, Cuatro Ciénegas Basin. Ca. 4 mi W of Cuatro Ciénegas. Poso Anteojo. Surrounding Poso Anteojo., 26.9691825777502 -102.1205753088

ASU
ASU0015146D. J. Pinkava   55151968-06-12
Mexico, Coahuila, Cuatro Ciénegas Basin. Poso de Anteojo., 26.9691825777502 -102.1205753088

ASU
ASU0015147E. Ventura V.   9681993-06-02
Mexico, Mexico, Mpio. de Texcoco. Santa María Tecuanulco., 19.516667 -98.883333, 2600m

ASU
ASU0110750no info.   1838-09-08
between Old Park and St Lawrence.

Charles Darwin Research Station Herbarium


CDS:Plantae
15937Guézou, A.   47352003-07-14
Ecuador, Galápagos, Isla Santa Cruz; Inventario en el barrio La Alborada (ALi). Pto. Ayora., -0.743783 -90.317186, 19m

Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Mentha rotundifolia auct. non (L.) Huds.
M. Sessé & J. M. Mociño   2521
MEXICO

F:Botany
V0317610FM. Sessé & et al.   25211787-00-00
MEXICO

F:Botany
V0317614FE. G. Marsh   20121939-08-23
Mexico, Coahuila

F:Botany
V0169828F   
CHILE

F:Botany
V0317613FE. G. Marsh   20831939-08-27
Mexico, Coahuila

F:Botany
V0169827F   
CHILE

F:Botany
V0169831F   
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0317611FG. L. Fisher   441930-08-12
Mexico, Nuevo León

F:Botany
V0169838F   
ARGENTINA

F:Botany
V0317615FE. Palmer   10901880-07-01
Mexico, Coahuila

F:Botany
V0317609FG. L. Fisher   451930-08-16
Mexico, Coahuila

F:Botany
V0317612FE. Palmer   2851896-04-00
Mexico, Durango

F:Botany
V0169829F   
ECUADOR

F:Botany
V0169836F   
ARGENTINA

Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
557886Elizabeth González Mateus   0032011-07-07
COLOMBIA, SANTANDER, SUCRE, Corregimiento la Granja., 2299 - 2299m

COL
425224Natali Cruz Pérez   401999-01-09
COLOMBIA, CUNDINAMARCA, CHÍA, Vereda Fonqueta., 4.8652777778 -74.0383333333, 2520 - 2520m

Herbario Universidad de Antioquia


HUA
81604Calle D. | Muriel S.   531991-09-05
Colombia, Antioquia, Medellín, Corregimiento Santa Elena, vereda El Llano, 6.200123 -75.504921, 2650 - 2650m

HUA
173208Fernández J.L. | Melgarejo L. | Suárez D.   227972005-03-03
Colombia, Boyacá, Moniquirá, Diagonal a la iglesia, 5.88102 -73.57305, 1788 - 1788m

HUA
173313Alzate F.   34392010-10-20
Colombia, Antioquia, Rionegro, Vivero de la Universidad Católica de Oriente, 6.15093 -75.36719, 2100 - 2100m

Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-095340Gonzales, Ana   3312010-01-28
Colombia, Boyacá, Zetaquira, Vereda La Esperanza, 2150m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
3016464Diego Reyes & L. Carrillo   2005-04-06
Ecuador, Orellana, Aguarico, Parroquia Nuevo Rocafuerte, comunidad Martinica (Kichwa). Bosque muy h, -0.92 -75.37, 190m

MO
450766Alarcon   
Ecuador, Napo

MO
450903Arg   1982-08-30
Ecuador, Tungurahua, 2500m

MO
454808Carlos Cer   1989-06-23
Ecuador, Pichincha, Cant, 0.05 -78.35, 2500m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L.2789533Soest JL van   1963-01-01
Ecuador, Ecuador: heuvels boven Eiuto.

NL:Botany
L.2789532Grazziotin G   1991-01-09
Brazil, RS - Capão de Canoa.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Mentha suaveolens Ehrh. Ehrh.
00885141J. Cordeiro   6081989-01-20
Brazil, Paraná, Curitiba, Parque Náutico., -25.4281 -49.2731

NY
Mentha suaveolens Ehrh. Ehrh.
00885142G. Grazziotin   74681991-01-09
Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, Capao da Canoa, -29.7458 -50.0094

Universidad de La Serena


ULS
G. Arancio & F.A. Squeo   941101994-00-00
Chile, Atacama, III REGION. km 8. Río Chollay, -28.978784 -70.128113, 2050m


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