Dataset: ASU-Plants
Search Criteria: Uruguay; Lavalleja; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
ASU0008641L. R. Landrum   111152006-03-30
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Minas, Cerro Verdun., -34.3742 -55.2904, 300m

ASU:Plants
Myrceugenia glaucescens (Cambess.) D. Legrand & Kausel
ASU0060677L. R. Landrum   111162006-03-30
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Minas, Cerro Verdun., -34.3742 -55.2904, 300m

ASU:Plants
ASU0041268A. E. Trauth-Nare   2362000-10-24
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Department of Lavalleja: about 30 km from Minas, near Route 8., -34.251534 -54.950244

ASU:Plants
ASU0041269A. E. Trauth-Nare   2362000-10-24
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Department of Lavalleja: about 30 km from Minas, near Route 8., -34.251534 -54.950244

ASU:Plants
ASU0008640L. R. Landrum   111152006-03-31
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Minas, Cerro verdun, -34.3742 -55.2904

ASU:Plants
ASU0008639L. R. Landrum   111152006-03-31
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Minas, Cerro Verdun., -32.374217 -55.290433, 300m

ASU:Plants
Lathyrus pubescens Hook. & Arn.
ASU0064782V. SolĂ­s Neffa   21542007-11-18
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Ruta 81, frente a represa Aguas Blancas.

ASU:Plants
Rhynchosia senna Gillies ex Hook.
ASU0064836M. Dematteis   16812005-02-21
Uruguay, Lavalleja, 11 km S de Minas.

ASU:Plants
ASU0064838M. Dematteis   16852005-02-21
Uruguay, Lavalleja, 11 km S de Minas.

ASU:Plants
Senna pendula (Willd.) H.S.Irwin & Barneby
ASU0082628M. Dematteis   42362012-03-02
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Camino a Chuy, 6.9 km NW de Lascano, -33.640833 -54.27125, 26m

ASU:Plants
ASU0082593M. Dematteis   42312012-03-02
Uruguay, Lavalleja, Camino a Chuy, 6.9 km NW de Lascano, -33.640833 -54.27125, 26m


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