Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Stevia calderillensis
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
K. Fiebrig   29591904-01-10
BOLIVIA

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
barcode-00012812K. Fiebrig   29591904-01-10
Bolivia, Calderillo, 3400m

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1548011Fiebrig   29591904-01-10
Bolivia, Tarija, near Calderillo, 3400m

MO:Tropicos
590729James C. Solomon   104551983-05-03
Bolivia, Tarija, O'Connor, 10.8 km W of Narvaez (Canaletas). Moist forest dominated by Podocarpus and Alnus, disturbed and grazed., -21.42 -64.32, 2200m

MO:Tropicos
590749James C. Solomon   104561983-05-03
Bolivia, Tarija, O'Connor, 10.8 km W of Narvaez (Canaletas). Moist forest dominated by Podocarpus and Alnus, disturbed and grazed., -21.42 -64.32, 2200m

MO:Tropicos
593389James C. Solomon   105981983-05-09
Bolivia, Tarija, Cercado, 10 km NW of Tomatas (5 km N of Tarija), on road through Erquis. Angosturas de Erquis. Isolated pocket of moist, shrubby vegetation., -21.47 -64.83, 2200m


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Google Map

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