Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Pycnophyllum tetrastichum
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History

J. J. Soukup   471
Peru, Puno, -15 -70

Missouri Botanical Garden

3414354M.E. Timana   38342000-02-10
Chile, Antofagasta, El Loa, Road between Toconce and El Tatio., -22.12 -68.05, 4190m

3414578B.B. Simpson, J. Tate, J. Neff   38442000-02-16
Chile, Tarapaca, Parinacota, Lauca National Park. Road to Chucuyo (km 155) along road side, on barren soil., -18.18 -69.37, 4250m

1163633James West   60751936-02-21
Bolivia, Potosi, Above Animas Mine, est of Chocaya; open puna in grass., 4200m

1163635Richard Pearce   s.n. 1864
Bolivia, In elevated regions of the Andes about North Bolivia and looks much like a moss in appearance, it reaches from 14-16000 ft. almost to the limit of the snow. 15000 ft. Putina., 4572m

1163655St. G. Beck   141111986-12-27
Bolivia, Oruro, Avaroa, De Challapata hacia Potosi, cerca Ventilla 14 km antes del cruce hacia Macha., 4300m

1301688D'Orbigny   s.n.

Naturalis Biodiversity Center

L 0629826Lechler W   

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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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