Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Achyrocline tomentosa
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0077055FM. Bang   21241894-04-10
BOLIVIA

Harvard University Herbaria


Harvard:GH
barcode-00000604M. Bang   21241894-04-10
Bolivia, La Paz, Coripati, Yungas

Missouri Botanical Garden


MO:Tropicos
1396828Vargas, I.   9781991-04-14
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Vallegrande, Huasacanada, 5 km al S de la ciudad de Vallegrande. Vegetacion natural muy disturbada, remanente en las cercas al margen de terrenos cultivados y algunas quebradas., -18.52 -64.08, 2050m

MO:Tropicos
571952Israel G. Vargas C.   9781991-04-14
Bolivia, Santa Cruz, Vallegrande, Huasaca├▒ada, 5 km al S de la ciudad de Vallegrande. Vegetacion natural muy disturbada, remanente en las cercas al margen de terrenos cultivados y algunas quebradas., -18.52 -64.09, 2050m

Naturalis Biodiversity Center


NL:Botany
U.1105988Solomon JC; Chevalier R; Arce R; Azapa R   1987-04-11
Bolivia, Dpto La Paz: Prov. Murillo. Valle del Rio Zonga. 14.8 km al N de la cumbre., -16.2 -67.116667

NL:Botany
U.1105987Solomon JC   1988-01-17
Bolivia, Dpto. La Paz: Prov. Murillo. 6.6 km al SE del camino entre La Paz y Palca, por el camino a Santiago de Collana. Puna arbustiva., -16.566667 -68

NL:Botany
L.2999538Pedersen TM   1977-04-06
Argentina, Going doen the hill from Pampa de Achala towards Villa Rafael Benegas (near the store of Giulio Cesare), Dept. San Alberto, Prov. C├│rdoba.

New York Botanical Garden


NY
Achyrocline tomentosa Rusby
149892M. Bang   21241894-04-10
Bolivia, Coripata, Yungas

NY
Achyrocline tomentosa Rusby
149893M. Bang   21241894-04-10
Bolivia, Coripata, Yungas

United States National Herbarium


US:Botany
325879.2134M. Bang   21241894-04-10
Bolivia, La Paz, Coripati, Yungas Mountains.

US:Botany
1404253.101M. Bang   21241894-04-10
Bolivia, La Paz, Coripati, Yungas Mountains.


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