Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Ipomoea cuneifolia
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
Ipomoea cuneifolia var. acutifolia
J. E. B. Warming   1757
BRAZIL

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1151362L. Sánchez, E. Gutiérrez & J. Surubí   2771997-03-14
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Velasco, Parque Nacional Noel Kempff Mercado. Campamento Los Fierros. Bosque de Cerradao con estrato graminoide bajo y con árboles de cobertura casi abierta de hasta 10 m., -14.59 -60.84, 200m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1227311Harley RM; Souza R   1968-11-12
Brazil, Central Brazilian plateau, near Xavantina., -14.633333 -52.233333

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Ipomoea cuneifolia Meisn. Meisn.
02065533M. H. Nee   41113
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, José Miguel de Velasco, 10 km. (by air) SE of buildings of Estancia Flor de Oror, along Río Iténez., -13.57 -60.93, 190 - 190m

NY
Ipomoea cuneifolia Meisn. Meisn.
1013907R. M. Harley   110481968-11-12
Brazil, Mato Grosso, Xavantina, Near Xavantina., -14.63 -52.23

NY
Ipomoea cuneifolia Meisn. Meisn.
1013908D. Philcox   31701967-11-20
Brazil, Mato Grosso, Xavantina, 2 km S. of Xavantina on Aragarças road., -14.63 -52.23

NY
Ipomoea cuneifolia Meisn. Meisn.
1013909D. Philcox   36041967-12-20
Brazil, Mato Grosso, Expedition Base Camp. W. of Km. 229, Xavantina-Cachimbo Road., -12.82 -51.77

NY
Ipomoea cuneifolia Meisn. Meisn.
1013910D. Philcox   43671968-02-26
Brazil, Mato Grosso, Expedition Base Camp. Km 263, Xavantina-Cachimbo road., -12.82 -51.77

NY
Ipomoea cuneifolia Meisn. Meisn.
1181503D. Sasaki   19072008-01-26
Brazil, Mato Grosso, Novo Mundo, Parque Estadual Cristalino. Campo, floresta alta aberta e floresta baixa na região sudeste do parque. Entrada pela Fazeznda AJJ., -9.584758 -55.19133, 360 - 360m


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Google Map

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