Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Distichlis humilis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
2481780Barros, E.   9631941-01-17
Chile, Tarapaca, Tarapacá. Iquique

MO:Tropicos
2481797Arancio, G.   531
Chile, Antofagasta, El Loa, Solar de San Martín, -21.4 -68.35, 3700m

MO:Tropicos
2855209P.M. Peterson & R. Soreng   156792001-03-28
Chile, Tarapaca, 110 km NW of Colchane and 1 km W of hot springs on SE side of Salar de Surire. Alluvial slopes with Festuca and Deyeuxia., -18.91 -69.02, 4300m

MO:Tropicos
2855244P.M. Peterson & R. Soreng   155842001-03-21
Chile, Antofagasta, 9 km N of Ascotán Calama along the Salar de Ascotán., -21.66 -68.27, 3765m

MO:Tropicos
2855282P.M. Peterson, R. Soreng & E.J. Judziewicz   155772001-03-20
Chile, Antofagasta, El Tatio Geyser Overlook. Many geysers, on upland is level ash-clay with boulders and scattered bunch grasses., -22.34 -68.01, 4290m

MO:Tropicos
1307842R. Lara & K.G. Parker   33-A1973-03-28
Bolivia, La Paz, Caracollo, altiplano by the side of the road, soil sandy-clayey. Associated species, Stipa, Bromus, and other Baccharis., 3880m

MO:Tropicos
1307851O. Buchtien   85371932-12-17
Bolivia, La Paz, San Jorge, 3850m

MO:Tropicos
1307853Darwin Horn   311981-02-26
Bolivia, Oruro, 100 miles W of Punaca; pampa, poorly drained silty soil with a thin white mineral crust.

MO:Tropicos
213222James C. Solomon & M. Nee   178901988-03-03
Bolivia, Oruro, Cercado, 1 km al NO del ferrocarril al lado norte de Oruro. Planicie con suelos salados., -17.92 -67.12, 3800m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1506633Renvoize SA   1978-11-18
Argentina, Jujuy. Salinas Grande, low desert scrub. Dampy soil with salt crust.

NL:Botany
U.1506629Buchtien O   1907-03-04
Bolivia, Altiploruiere bei Viadra.

NL:Botany
U.1506628Renvoize SA   1987-02-15
Bolivia, La Paz, Los Andes. Karhuiza pampa, near Batallas. Grassland on slightly drier slopes above the pampa. Growing on dry bank of irrigation channel.

NL:Botany
L.1247811Mandon G   1911-11-01
Bolivia, (Titicaca-See ebendort bei Guaqui, Buchtien!), em nördlichtsen Chile und Argentinien.?

NL:Botany
L.1247810Parodi LR   1932-02-06
Bolivia, Guaqui (Lago Titicaca).

NL:Botany
L.1247809Herzog T   1911-11-01
Bolivia, Auf Feldern bei Guaoui am Titicaca-See.

NL:Botany
L.1247807Buchtien O   1910-05-01
Bolivia, Andina.

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
3492825.10344916P. M. Peterson & C. R. Annable   118491992-03-21
Bolivia, Potosi, Approximately 42 km E of Atocha on road towards Tupiza, at turnoff to Mina Churquin., 4050m

US:Botany
3449415.10344917P. M. Peterson, N. Refulio R. & F. Salvador Perez   148151999-03-16
Peru, Tacna, Tarata, 11 km NW of Yabroco on road towards Cano., 3680m

US:Botany
3449426.10344918P. M. Peterson, N. Refulio R. & F. Salvador Perez   148291999-03-17
Peru, Tacna, Tarata, 5 km SW of Cano on road toward Yabroco., 4060m

US:Botany
3493551.10344922P. M. Peterson, M. Torre La, -- Ramírez & D. Susanibar Cruz   163352002-03-01
Peru, Ayacucho, Parinacochas, Along arroyo near small rio above (north) of Laguna Parinacochas., -15.24472 -73.73897, 3300m

US:Botany
3494018.10344923P. M. Peterson, M. Torre La, -- Ramírez & D. Susanibar Cruz   163892002-03-03
Peru, Arequipa, Caraveli, 5 km S of Airoca and 3 km N of Cahuacho., -15.46953 -73.49072, 3520m

US:Botany
3277098.204P. M. Peterson, C. R. Annable, S. Laegaard, R. Soreng & F. Rojas-Ponce   128331993-03-12
Bolivia, Potosí, Quijarro, 2 mi N of Uyuni on road towards Rio Mulatos., 3660 - 3660m

Universidad de La Serena


ULS
G. Arancio   922751992-00-00
Chile, Atacama, III REGION. Vega de San Andr?s, -26.869688 -69.564148, 2850m


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