Dataset: NL-Botany
Search Criteria: Chile; Santiago; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
Anisomeria drastica (Bertero) Moq.
WAG.1890283Unknown   
Chile, Santiago, Cordillera de St. Jago, Chile., -33.716667 -70.233333

NL:Botany
? Willis
U.1778198Biese W   1944-12-28
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
? Willis
U.1778189Landrum LR   1981-11-07
Chile, Santiago, -33.583333 -70.333333

NL:Botany
U.1770301Biese W   1944-12-28
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
Solanum tomatillo (J.Rémy) F.Phil.
U.1747625Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Flora Chilensis, Hab. Peñalolen.

NL:Botany
Solanum tomatillo (J.Rémy) F.Phil.
U.1747624Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Flora Chilensis, Hab. Peñalolen.

NL:Botany
Kageneckia oblonga Ruiz & Pav.
U.1542927Andreas CH   1928-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Peñalalen

NL:Botany
Kageneckia oblonga Ruiz & Pav.
U.1542926Andreas CH   1928-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Peñalalen

NL:Botany
U.1521653Werdermann E   1925-01-01
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
U.1400724Andreas CH   1938-06-26
Chile, Santiago, Polpaico( N.W v. Santiago- Chili).

NL:Botany
Geranium berterianum Colla
U.1336604Biese W   1944-11-09
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
U.1331909Andreas CH   1938-06-26
Chile, Santiago, Chili, Polpaico, NW of Santiago.

NL:Botany
U.1264511Mahu M   1972-11-29
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
U.1262210Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Chilensis. Penalolen( Santrard).

NL:Botany
U.1255485Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Penalolen (Santiago).

NL:Botany
U.1245646Mahu M   1972-10-21
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
Laretia acaulis Gillies & Hook.
U.1077865Werdermann E   1925-02-01
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
Kageneckia oblonga Ruiz & Pav.
U 0291747Andreas CH   1928-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Peñalalen

NL:Botany
Plantago uniglumis var. brevicuspis Pilg.
U 0106795Werdermann E   1925-02-01
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
Plantago uniglumis var. brevicuspis Pilg.
U 0095128Werdermann E   1925-02-01
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
U 0092364Weber WA; Johnston B   1976-11-10
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
U 0003785Werdermann E   1924-12-01
Chile, Santiago, Prov. SantiagoCord. de SantiagoRio San Francisco

NL:Botany
L.3956150Zöllner O   1970-10-10
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
Solanum tomatillo (J.Rémy) F.Phil.
L.2885386Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Flora Chilensis, Hab. Peñalolen.

NL:Botany
Solanum tomatillo (J.Rémy) F.Phil.
L.2885385Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Flora Chilensis, Hab. Peñalolen.

NL:Botany
Solanum tomatillo (J.Rémy) F.Phil.
L.2885384Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Flora Chilensis, Hab. Peñalolen.

NL:Botany
Valenzuelia trinervis Bertero ex Cambess.
L.2316677Unknown   
Chile, Santiago, Chile, Santiago.

NL:Botany
Valenzuelia trinervis Bertero ex Cambess.
L.2316676Bondam R   
Chile, Santiago, Chile, Santiago.

NL:Botany
L.2284519Germain P   1856-01-01
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
L.2248050Soest JL van   1967-04-08
Chile, Santiago, River basin of Rio Mapocho

NL:Botany
L.2220237Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Chilensis. Penalolen( Santrard).

NL:Botany
L.2202438Gunge E   1950-09-13
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
L.2202437Gunge E   1950-09-13
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
L.2202433Andreas CH   1938-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Penalolen (Santiago).

NL:Botany
Rytidosperma virescens (É.Desv.) Nicora
L.2065687Zöllner O   1967-01-01
Chile, Santiago

NL:Botany
L.2021842Andreas CH   1938-06-26
Chile, Santiago, Chili, Polpaico, NW of Santiago.

NL:Botany
Kageneckia oblonga Ruiz & Pav.
L.1891498Andreas CH   1928-06-25
Chile, Santiago, Peñalalen

NL:Botany
L.1849783Looser G   1947-12-29
Chile, Santiago, Santiago: Termas de Colina., -33.216667 -70.6

NL:Botany
L.1796334Andreas CH   1938-06-26
Chile, Santiago, Polpaico( N.W v. Santiago- Chili).

NL:Botany
Escallonia revoluta (Ruiz & Pav.) Pers.
L 0035022Kausel EML   1966-01-01
Chile, Santiago


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