Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Connarus costaricensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano

563066Paul C. Standley   486241926-02-18
Costa Rica, Finca Montecristo, on the Rio Reventazón below Cairo, Provincia de Limón., 10.111556 -83.526258, 25 - 25m

Missouri Botanical Garden

71947Warren Douglas Stevens   244841986-09-15
Costa Rica, Limón, Cerro Coronel, E of Laguna Danto; tall evergreen forest on gentle to moderately steep slopes., 10.68 -83.63, 20 - 170m

72133Michael Grayum, Pam Sleeper & Nancy Machado   50231985-02-02
Costa Rica, Heredia, Mostly primary forest between Quebrada Tigre and east fork of Río Sardinal, ca. 9 km SW of Las Horquetas. Route crossing several branches of Río Sardinal., 10.28 -84.03, 600m

890717Brad Boyle, L. Esquivel & S. Kelly   28941994-03-05
Costa Rica, Heredia, Sarapiqui, Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, Cordillera Central, Puesto El Ceibo, on ridge crest 250 m east of Transect Trail, primary premontane wet forest, 10.29 -84.07, 750m

Museo Nacional de Costa Rica

119249Grayum Michael   50231985-02-02
Costa Rica, Heredia, Sarapiquí, Mostly primary forest between Quebrada Tigre and east fork of Río Sardinal ca. 9 km SW of Las Horquetas.Route crossing several branches of Río Sardinal, 10.28 -84.03, 600m

207900Rodríguez Alexánder   6961995-05-16
Costa Rica, Limón, Limón, Faja Costeña de Limón.Asunción.La Bomba, 9.89 -83.19, 400m

United States National Herbarium

Connarus costaricensis G. Schellenb. in Engl.
1305637.215P. C. Standley & J. Valerio R.   486241926-02-18
Costa Rica, Limón, Finca Montecristo, Rio Reventazon below Cairo., 25 - 25m

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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