Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Hechtia guatemalensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
barcode-00275615H. F. Pittier   1371905-04-29
Guatemala, San Bernardo, between Trapiche Grande and Las Canvas. Dept. Guatemala, 600m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
100196785   62741909-06-15
Guatemala, Gualan., 198m

MO:Tropicos
1662564W.E. Harmon & John D. Dwyer   30391970-07-12
Guatemala, Baja Verapaz, 5 mi SW of Granados. Near stream in dry subtropical forest, 14.91 -90.56

MO:Tropicos
1662625J. Watkins, D.B. Dunn & D.G. Ledoux   7201975-08-07
Guatemala, El Progreso, About 29 mi from Guatemala City on Altantic Hwy. Arid scrub-like chaparral; Hechtia, oaks, Acacia, Plumeria, etc., 14.8 -90.25, 868m

MO:Tropicos
1662700W.E. Harmon & J.A. Fuentes   58791971-06-22
Guatemala, El Progreso, Kilometer post 101 on Highway 4, from dry tropical forest of the lower Motagua River Valley, 14.85 -90.05, 300m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
WAG.1456202Rohweder O   1951-05-08
El Salvador, 1 km nördl. La Libertad Dpt. La Libertad.

NL:Botany
WAG.1456201Rohweder O   1951-05-08
El Salvador, 1 km nördl. La Libertad Dpt. La Libertad.

NL:Botany
U.1178036Rohweder O   1951-05-08
El Salvador, La Libertad, 1 km nördl. La Libertad. Dpt. La Libertad.

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
579673.2455C. C. Deam   61491909-05-31
Guatemala, Agua calientes, 1158 - 1158m

US:Botany
618407.2464C. C. Deam   61491909-06-02
Guatemala, Aguas calientes, hecktia, 975 - 975m

US:Botany
472791.2147H. F. Pittier   1371905-04-29
Guatemala, Guatemala, San Bernardo, between Trapiche Grande & Las Canoras., 600 - 600m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.