Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Myrteola nummularia (Cluacena vaccinioides, Eugenia leucomyrtillus, Myrteola barneoudii, Myrteola bullata, Myrteola humifusa, Myrteola leucomyrtillus, Myrteola oxycoccoides, Myrteola philippii, Myrteola repens, Myrteola vaccinioides, Myrtus barneoudii, Myrtus leucomyrtillus, Myrtus leucomyrtus, Myrtus vaccinioides, Orestion vaccinioides)
Search Criteria: Argentina; Only include occurrences with coordinates; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0120799F   
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0120800F   
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

Myrtaceae Research Database - compiled by L.R. Landrum


ASU:MYRT
Dudley et al.   2261971-10-13
Argentina, Tierra del, Mitre Peninsula of Isla Grande, Bahia Buen Suceso, 54 48' S, 65 16-17 W,, -54.8 -65.275

ASU:MYRT
Dudley et al.   10701971-10-28
Argentina, Tierra del, Isla de los Estados, Puerto Vancouver, 54 49' S, 64 05'W,, -54.816667 -64.083333, 488m


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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