Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Jacquemontia rufa
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
A. F. M. Glaziou   21796
BRAZIL

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
432275Al Gentry, R. Foster & M. Peña   751871991-10-25
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Curuyuqui, 50 km SE of Santa Cruz on Río Parapetí, upland chaco. Transects 1-2, -18.77 -62.23, 350m

MO:Tropicos
432284Al Gentry, R. Foster & M. Peña   751941991-10-25
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Curuyuqui, 50 km SE of Santa Cruz on Río Parapetí, upland chaco. Transects 1-2, -18.77 -62.23, 350m

MO:Tropicos
433933Gonzalo Navarro & I. Vargas   2811991-03-11
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, Bañados del Izozog: Cachari: ACARARENDA. Bosque chaqueño encharcado de Bañado., 340m

MO:Tropicos
433942Gonzalo Navarro & I. Vargas   3241991-03-12
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Cordillera, Bañados del Izozog: Cachari: Entre Bañados (Monte Alto) y el Camino Viejo a Santa Cruz. Bosque muy seco chaqueño, sin freatófitos.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Jacquemontia rufa (Choisy ex DC.) Hallier f.
684674A. F. C. P. Saint-Hilaire   s.n.
Brazil

NY
Jacquemontia rufa (Choisy ex DC.) Hallier f. (Choisy ex DC.) Hallier f.
1014206H. S. Irwin   202341968-02-16
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Serra do Cipó, km 132, (ca. 153km N. of Belo Horizonte)., -18.57 -43.68, 1300 - 1300m

NY
Jacquemontia rufa (Choisy ex DC.) Hallier f. (Choisy ex DC.) Hallier f.
495165R. M. Harley   225421980-05-25
Brazil, Bahia, Serras dos Lençois. Serra da Larguinha, ca. 2 km NE of Caeté-Açu (Capâo Grande), -12.6 -41.48, 1000 - 1400m

NY
Jacquemontia rufa (Choisy ex DC.) Hallier f. (Choisy ex DC.) Hallier f.
01090698H. S. Irwin   204991968-02-19
Brazil, Minas Gerais, Serra do Cipó, km. 135 (ca. 150km N. of Belo Horizonte)., -18.82 -43.38, 1250 - 1250m


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