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

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Arizona State University Vascular Plant Herbarium


ASU:Plants
Legrand, D.   2484
Uruguay, Rivera, Tranqueras, -31.200945 -55.769731

ASU:Plants
ASU0036309J. G. Seijo   24992001-11-26
Uruguay, Rivera, Bajada de Peria, ruta 30 km 253., -31.225 -56.05, 262m

ASU:Plants
Modiolastrum lateritium (Hook.) Krapov.
ASU0066805G. Seijo   25132001-11-27
Uruguay, Rivera, Ruta 28 km 72, ayo. Mangueras., -31.2825 -55.36139, 222m

ASU:Plants
Modiola caroliniana (L.) G. Don
ASU0066808G. Seijo   25152001-11-27
Uruguay, Rivera, Ruta 28., -31.51167 -55.45222, 156m

ASU:Plants
ASU0066884G. J. Seijo   39542007-11-16
Uruguay, Rivera, Ruta 29. Cañada de Santa Bárbara., -31.55611 -55.50639, 170m

ASU:Plants
ASU0066888G. J. Seijo   39522007-11-16
Uruguay, Rivera, Ruta 28, km 69.5., -31.28611 -55.36972, 166m

ASU:Plants
ASU0066895M. Dematteis   37352010-02-17
Uruguay, Rivera, 9 km S de Tranqueras, camino a Cetro Alegre., -31.26972 -55.76389, 158m

ASU:Plants
ASU0066957E. I. Meza Torres   13092010-02-19
Uruguay, Rivera, Rivera. Arroyo Sauzal, camino a Portones Negros., -31.10611 -55.80581, 182m

ASU:Plants
ASU0082596M. Dematteis   41792012-02-27
Uruguay, Rivera, Valle de Lunarejo, -31.166667 -55.873056, 167m

ASU:Plants
ASU0082630M. Dematteis et al.   37932010-02-19
Uruguay, Rivera, Camino a Porttones Negros, 15 km NE de Tranqueras, -31.105556 -55.803056, 214m

ASU:Plants
Calea pinnatifida Banks ex Steud.
ASU0083455M. Dematteis   41752012-02-27
Uruguay, Rivera, 6 km E de Tranqueras, camino a Paso Ataques, -31.13 -55.769167, 207m

ASU:Plants
ASU0083456M. Dematteis   41822012-02-27
Uruguay, Rivera, Valle de Lunarejo, -31.166667 -55.873056, 167m

ASU:Plants
ASU0300428M. Dematteis   14452005-02-16
Uruguay, Rivera, Sierra de Aurora, 30 km W de Rivera, camino a Masoller


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Google Map

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