Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Astragalus punensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0360566FJ. J. Soukup   5491937-01-00
Peru, Puno, Macusani, Hacienda Salcedo, Calacoto

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Astragalus punensis J. F. Macbride
barcode-00589575Jaroslav Soukup   5491937-00-00
Peru, Puno, Macusani, 4336 m, I. 1937 y Hda. Salcedo, II. 1937

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1573562Pestalozzi   9171996-01-18
Bolivia, Cochabamba, Tapacari, 125 km Cochabamba to Oruro, 4250m

MO:Tropicos
1573563St. G. Beck   4103
Bolivia, La Paz

MO:Tropicos
1575992Pestalozii   9171996-01-18
Bolivia, Cochabamba, Tapacari, 125 km Cochabamba - Oruro, 4250m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
WAG.1004249Montesinos Tubée DB   2009-04-08
Peru, Moquegua, Ichuña District, Ichuña, Cachilaya, Apacheta., -16.101389 -70.561389

NL:Botany
WAG.1004248Montesinos Tubée DB   2009-04-02
Peru, Moquegua, Ubinas District, Coalaque, Alreded Laguna Cochapata., -16.138611 -70.721389


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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