Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Croton buxifolius
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
L. Riedel   28051834-11-00
BRAZIL

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
Croton buxifolius Müller Argoviensis
barcode-00047239L. Riedel   
Brazil

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
Croton buxifolius (Baill.) Müll. Arg.
1597525Y. Roca, P. Agreda, B. Taborga & V. Pessoa   14152001-12-05
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Chiquitos, Progresiva del Entre San Juan y el Campamento Don Mario. DDV 176+050. Sotobosque chiquitano con arboles de mas o menos 15 metros de alto, suelo arenoso arcilloso. Especies abundantes soto, peroto, callophyllum., -17.37 -59.66, 401m

MO:Tropicos
Croton buxifolius (Baill.) Müll. Arg.
1600033Y. Roca, P. Agreda, B. Taborga & V. Pessoa   15622001-12-12
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Chiquitos, Progresiva del Entre San Juan y el Campamento Don Mario. kp 130+150. Arboles entre 8 y 10 metros de alto, cubierta con las sp. Trema (2,5-3m.). bien denso, sujo, momoqui.Sotobosque arboreo con sp. entre 2-3m. bejucos.suelo arenoso arcilloso., -17.65 -59.91, 362m


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Google Map

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