Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Blechnum maxonii
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
Blechnum maxonii (Broadh.) C. Chr.
1362bHerbario Nacional Colombiano   sn.
Colombia, Magdalena, Santa Marta, Santa Marta. 1900 m., 11.225 -74.1363888889, 1900 - 1900m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO
Blechnum maxonii (Broadh.) C. Chr.
1065058David Neill & J. Zuleta, J. Cerda   1996-04-25
Ecuador, Napo, Archidona, Parque Nacional Sumaco Napo-Galeras. Cordillera de Galeras. Premontane Rain Forest, limestone substrate. Southeast side of Galeras mountain, near sesimic study line 30. Upper ridge and summit area., -0.88 -77.55, 1450m

MO:Tropicos
Blechnum maxonii (Broadh.) C. Chr.
1076552Alan R. Smith, T. Béliz, M. Grayum, G. McPherson & B. Hammel   24691986-02-08
Panama, Chiriquí, Along Rio Caldera (Boquete region) and on slope to the east, ca 3.5 km NW of Bajo Mono. On cliffs by river., 8.83 -82.47, 1600m

MO:Tropicos
Blechnum maxonii (Broadh.) C. Chr.
30817B. Hammel, G. de Nevers & H. Herrera   165501987-10-27
Panama, Darién, Parque Nacional del Darién, Panama/Colombia bordor; near gold mine at head waters of N branch of Río Pucuro, slopes of Cerro Tacarcuna; ca. 6 km N of Cerro Mali, 8.16 -77.25, 1300 - 1500m

MO:Tropicos
Blechnum maxonii (Broadh.) C. Chr.
18956Gerardo Herrera   34461989-08-17
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Cantón de Coto Brus Las Mellizas, cabeceras de Río Negro., 8.92 -82.76, 1700m

Museo Nacional de Costa Rica


CR
239967Estrada Armando   36232004-10-06
Costa Rica, San José, Turrubares, Cerro Turrubares., 9.79 -84.47, 1756m

CR
125380Chacón Rafael   7222004-10-06
Costa Rica, San José, Turrubares, Cerro Turrubares., 9.79 -84.47, 1756m

CR
134884Rojas Alexander   49271999-02-12
Costa Rica, Puntarenas, Coto Brus, Z.P. Las Tablas Cuenca Terraba-Sierpe. Sitio Coto Brus orillas de la quebrada Surú., 8.97 -82.77, 1960m


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Google Map

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