Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Cordia correae
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Cordia correae J.S. Mill.
1436582M. Nee & John D. Dwyer   92141974-01-04
Panama, Coclé, La Mesa, 4 km N of El Valle. Tropical wet forest and roadsides, 8.63 -80.13, 850 - 875m

MO:Tropicos
Cordia correae J.S. Mill.
2027963Thomas B. Croat   253101974-07-21
Panama, Coclé, La Mesa above El Valle; along road which ends in pasture, 8.63 -80.12, 810m

MO:Tropicos
Cordia correae J.S. Mill.
439635Gordon McPherson   106841987-03-19
Panama, Veraguas, Vicinity of Cerro Tute; forested slopes along trail to summit. 08º30'N 81º07'W 850-1000 m, 8.5 -81.12, 850 - 1000m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Cordia correae J.S.Mill.
U 0256205Nee MH; Dwyer JD   1974-01-03
Panama, Coclé, La Mesa, 4 km N of El Valle.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Cordia correae J.S.Mill.
00952045S. A. Mori   49981975-03-08
Panama, Panamá, Along road, 18.9 km N of Cerro Azul.


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