Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Marsdenia gualanensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History

R. Torres C.   87921986-08-29
Mexico, Oaxaca

Harvard University Herbaria

barcode-00076458C. C. Deam   63331909-06-18
Guatemala, Gualan, 620 feet

Missouri Botanical Garden

1245153Charles C. Deam   63331909-06-17
Guatemala, Zacapa, Gualán, along Honduras road, 15.12 -89.36, 188m

1377576C.L. Lundell   172481962-01-22
Guatemala, Petén, San Andres, Lake Petén Itzá, W of San Andres, 16.97 -89.93

1377757H.H. Bartlett   124191931-03-31
Guatemala, Petén, Uaxactun, 17.39 -89.63, 174m

1681074W.E. Harmon & J.A. Fuentes   58971971-06-22
Guatemala, El Progreso, Kilometer post 51, east of Guatemala on Hwy. 4. Collection from thickets in dry forest, 14.75 -90.25, 900m

1754762B. Wallnöfer   95011994-11-23
Guatemala, Petén, San Jose, NW-Umgebung des Lago Petén Itzá, strasse von San José nach Nuevo San José, 0.3-0.5 km NNE Zentrum von San José, 16.99 -89.88, 140 - 180m

2438380Julian A. Steyermark   317611939-11-13
Guatemala, Jutiapa, Asuncion Mita, Dry plateau in chaparral between railroad station of Mita and town of Ascunción Mita, 14.33 -89.71, 650m

2438381Elias Contreras   4801960-01-21
Guatemala, Petén, Bajo del Hormiguero, 17.14 -89.68

2438383Julian A. Steyermark   420811942-01-06
Guatemala, Zacapa, Between La Reforma and Teculután, 14.98 -89.96, 250m

2438385Paul C. Standley   748111940-10-14
Guatemala, Zacapa, Near La Fragua, chiefly on hills above the village. Rocky brushy hillside, 14.96 -89.55, 200 - 500m

2451180W.E. Harmon & J.A. Fuentes   589761971-06-22
Guatemala, El Progreso, Kilometer post 51, east of Guatemala on Hwy. 4. Collection from thickets in dry forest, 14.75 -90.25, 900m

United States National Herbarium

579626.2106C. C. Deam   63331909-06-18
Guatemala, Zacapa, Near Gualan., 186 - 186m

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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)

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