Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Clavija pubens
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1440658Paul M. Peterson   64481989-01-30
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Isla Colón, NE side of island. Flat rock beach. Sandy soil within 50 m of the beach, 9.39 -82.24, - 4m

MO:Tropicos
1462195H. von Wedel   10241940-10-02
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Vicinity of Chiriquí Lagoon

MO:Tropicos
1462196Scott Mori, K. Dumont, S.E. Carpenter & S.M. Carpenter   68471975-06-23
Panama, San Blas, On trail to Darien from Puerto Obaldía. 10-15 km WSW of Puerto Obaldía, along floodplain of río Armila, 8.58 -77.46

MO:Tropicos
1462197Luis Carrasquilla & Rudolfo Mendoza   13331980-03-29
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Sito de presa, Campamento del IRHE, río Changuinola., 9.3 -82.54

MO:Tropicos
1462198Paul M. Peterson   64491989-01-30
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Isla Colón, NE side of island. Flat rock beach. Sandy soil within 50 m of the beach, 9.39 -82.24, - 4m

MO:Tropicos
1491296Cooper   281
Panama

MO:Tropicos
1940572Paul M. Peterson   86431990-04-05
Panama, Bocas del Toro, Isla Colon: Flat Rock Beach, ca. 12 km NW of Bocas along Coast road immediate coast with Coccoloba., 9.43 -82.26, - 3m

MO:Tropicos
399322Gordon McPherson   69411985-03-23
Panama, San Blas, Puerto Obaldia, Along Río Armilo, W of Puerto Obaldía. [Coordinates on original label: c. 8º40'N, 77º25'W., 8.66 -77.44, - 10m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Clavija pubens D'Arcy
329359G. P. Cooper   2811933-04-27
Panama, Perme

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
1557496.216G. P. Cooper   2811933-04-27
Panama, San Blas region, Perme.

US:Botany
3568025.104P. M. Peterson   64481989-01-30
Panama, Bocas Del Toro, NE side of island.

US:Botany
3568024.104P. M. Peterson   64491989-01-30
Panama, Bocas Del Toro, NE side of island.


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