Dataset: ASU-Plants
Search Criteria: Colombia; Vichada; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0009044James L. Zarucchi   36311985-03-07
Colombia, Vichada, Vichada: Parque Nacional Natural 'El Tuparro', along lower Cano Peinilla, a trobutary of the Rio Tomo, vegetation on lower portion of low granitic outcrop., 5.33333 -68.0333, 90 - 110m

ASU:Plants
Calycolpus calophyllus (HBK) O. Berg
ASU0008684Zarucchi   35111985-03-01
Colombia, Vichada, Vichada: Parque Nacional Natural 'El Tuparro', on granitic outcrops between the mouth of the Rio Tuparro to Raudal Maipures along the Rio Orinoco., 5.2 -67.8333, 90 - 130m

ASU:Plants
ASU0035596Al Gentry   463221984-04-04
Colombia, Vichada, 'Laja' outcrops behind Casuarito, across from Puerto Ayacucho., 5.666667 -67.666667

ASU:Plants
ASU0055003Al Gentry   462961984-04-03
Colombia, Vichada, Behind Casuarito, across from Puerto Ayacucho., 5.66667 -67.6667

ASU:Plants
ASU0055691James L. Zarucchi   34261985-02-26
Colombia, Vichada, ca. 10km SW of Centro Administrativo on road to El Tapon (due south of Cerro Peinilla)., 5.3 -67.9167

ASU:Plants
ASU0015570Zarucchi & Barbosa   37491985-03-18
Colombia, Vichada, Parque Natural "El Tuparro," ca. 11 km NE of El Tapon on rd. to Centro Administrativo (5*12'N69*4'W), 5.2 -69.0667

ASU:Plants
Psidium maribense B. K. Holst
ASU0007590Zarucchi & Barbosa   34021985-02-25
Colombia, Vichada, Parque Nacional Natural 'El Tuparro', along border of Rio Orinoco, ca. 1km below mouth of Rio Tuparro., 5.26667 -67.8667, 80m

ASU:Plants
Myrcia inaequiloba (DC.) D. Legrand
ASU0055093James L. Zarucchi   34511985-02-26
Colombia, Vichada, Parque Nacional Natural'El Tuparro', ca. 14 km W of Centro Administrativo north of road to El TapĆ³n, Cerro Peinilla., 5.32 -67.97, 120m


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Google Map

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