Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Mimosa guilandinae var. paterata
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herbario Nacional Colombiano


COL
201187Enrique Forero González   55171979-04-22
Colombia, Chocó, Carretera Panamericana (en construcción), entre el Río San Pablo y el Río Pató., 150 - 200m

Instituto Alexander von Humboldt


FMB
FMB-032832Sanabria, D.; Coy, A.   21992-12-07
Colombia, Casanare, Monterrey, Vereda El Porvenir

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1350044L.D. Gómez P. & G. Herrera C.   236401985-05-21
Costa Rica, Limón, Siquirres, Finca Paniagua, subiendo por la finca del Dr. por el camino que va a Pacuarito, 10.1 -83.46

MO:Tropicos
85171Barry Hammel & María Marta Chavarría   170691988-06-27
Costa Rica, Limón, Ridge E of Río Pacuare; in forest and along road to ca. 15 km S of Pacuarito; in vicinty of community of Las Brisas., 10 -83.5, 200 - 500m

MO:Tropicos
1780731R.Callejas, F.J. Roldan&I.D. Castano   85721989-10-25
Colombia, Antioquia, San Carlos, Corregimiento Alto Samaná, Vereda Miraflores, finca El Desespero, de Ramon Giraldo, 6 horas SO de Alto Samaná, bht, 6.08 -74.87, 880 - 920m

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Mimosa guilandinae var. paterata Barneby Barneby
01345756R. Callejas Posada   85721989-10-25
Colombia, Antioquia, San Carlos, Corregimiento Alto Samaná, Vereda Miraflores, finca "El Desespero", de Ramon Giraldo, 6 horas SO de Alto Samaná, 6.08 -74.87, 880 - 920m

NY
Mimosa guilandinae var. paterata Barneby Barneby
01345757R. Callejas Posada   85721989-10-25
Colombia, Antioquia, San Carlos, Corregimiento Alto Samaná, Vereda Miraflores, finca "El Desespero", de Ramon Giraldo, 6 horas SO de Alto Samaná, 6.08 -74.87, 880 - 920m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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