Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Elionurus tripsacoides var. ciliaris (Elionurus ciliaris, Elyonurus ciliaris)
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-012382Wood, John   40471983-10-23
Colombia, Huila, Neiva, Between Neiva and Campoalegre, 600m

FMB
FMB-012915Wood, John   48781985-05-30
Colombia, Tolima, Near La Serrita (Venadillo), 500m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1982385Thomas B. Croat   106861970-05-30
Panama, Chiriquí, 1 mi north of El Hato del Volcán., 8.79 -82.63, 1460m

MO:Tropicos
1531719M. Nee   44329
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Andres Ibanez, Viru-Viru International Airport, SW of the buildings. Natural grassland with scattered islands of woodland, on sandy soil, flat with some stabilized dune fields. On stabilized dunes, -17.67 -63.13, 375m

MO:Tropicos
1535842M. Nee   510812000-10-31
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Prov. Warnes, near future Urbanización Bélgica Chica, 11 km by dirt road E of main highway from Santa Cruz to Warnes, 10 km (by air) SE of Warnes., -17.58 -63.07, 340m

MO:Tropicos
1723623Antonio Molina R. & Albertina R. Molina   250721969-12-02
Guatemala, Quiché, Utatlán Ruins. Mixed forest, 15.44 -91.08, 1800m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
L.1251532Herzog TCJ   1911-05-01
Bolivia

NL:Botany
L.1251530Fiebrig K   1908-12-01
Paraguay, N. Paraguay: Zwischen Rio Apa und Rio Aquidaban.

NL:Botany
L.1251529Fiebrig K   1908-12-01
Paraguay, N. Paraguay: Zwischen Rio Apa und Rio Aquidaban.

NL:Botany
L.1250383Herzog T   1910-10-19
Argentina, Nord Argentinien. Charaktergras des Kampes von Miraflores.


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