Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Atriplex taltalensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0079417FS. A. Teillier & P. W. Rundel   28021992-09-16
Chile, Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Taltal, Paposo, Quebrada Guanillos, -25.05 -70.5

F:Botany
V0079416FE. Werdermann   859
Chile, Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Taltal, -25.4 -70.37

F:Botany
M. Ricardi S.   2680
Chile, Antofagasta, El Rincón, -24.93 -70.47

F:Botany
I. M. Johnston   3635
Chile, Antofagasta, -23.55 -70.37

F:Botany
I. M. Johnston   5397
Chile, Antofagasta, -24.6 -70.55

F:Botany
C. Jiles   34603
Chile, Antofagasta, Paposo, -25.05 -70.43

F:Botany
V0079418FM. O. Dillon & D. Dillon   58221988-11-01
Chile, Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Cerro Perales, ca. 5 km E of Taltal, -25.42 -70.42

F:Botany
V0079419FM. O. Dillon & D. Dillon   58841988-11-11
Chile, Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Quebrada La Chimba, NE of Antofagasta, -23.55 -70.37

F:Botany
K. Grandjot   21734
Chile, Antofagasta, Antofagasta, Taltal, -25.4 -70.58

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Atriplex taltalensis I. M. Johnston
barcode-00037166I. M. Johnston   53791925-12-04
Chile, Antofagasta, Taltal, Vicinity of Aguada de Miguel Diaz, ca. 24°35'S

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
3423206E. Werdemann   895
Chile, Coquimbo, 20m

MO:Tropicos
3423217E. Werdermann   859
Chile, Antofagasta, Dep. Taltal, Taltal., 400m

MO:Tropicos
3423241James West   38731935-11-18
Chile, Atacama, Barquito larbor near Chañaral; gravelly beach, among boulders.

MO:Tropicos
734450C.M. Taylor, C. von Bohlen & A. Marticorena   107091991-10-05
Chile, Antofagasta, Antofagasta, In the hills above Paposo, along the road to Mina Julia., 300 - 650m


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Google Map

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