Dataset: MMNS
Search Criteria: Peru; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Mississippi Museum of Natural Science Herbarium


MMNS
MMNS040312Sidney McDaniel   216121978-05-24
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Quebrada Yanayacu, trail from Monte Carmelo to Manati, -3.56328 -73.02973

MMNS
MMNS040313Sidney McDaniel   170641973-05-18
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Quebrada Aucaya, trocha de cooperativa, -3.78444 -73.08243

MMNS
MMNS040314Sidney McDaniel   112741968-10-16
Peru, Loreto, Requena, Rio Tepiche, Santa Elena, aguajal, -6.33987 -73.63724

MMNS
MMNS040315Sidney McDaniel   204641976-01-14
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Rio Nanay, two bends below entrance to Mapa Coacha, tahuampa, -3.60937 -73.16208

MMNS
Eleocharis elegans (Kunth) Roem. & Schult.
MMNS067479John R. MacDonald   40621991-12-10
Peru, San Martin, Peru. San Martin. San Martin. Dtto Tarapoto, Carretera Tarapoto/Yurimaguas, ca. 13.5 km from Tarapoto; roadside area at ca. 800 meters altitude., -6.425276 -76.244598

MMNS
MMNS068688Camilo Diaz   13671979-09-13
Peru, Loreto, Alto Amazonas, Carretera Oleoducto secundario encre Andoas y Capahuari Surr [High Amazon, secondary oil pipeline highway between Andoas and Capahuari Surr], -2.533333 -76.500687

MMNS
MMNS068705Camilo Diaz   13671979-09-13
Peru, Loreto, Alto Amazonas, Carretera Oleoducto secundario encre Andoas y Capahuari Surr [High Amazon, secondary oil pipeline highway between Andoas and Capahuari Surr], -2.533333 -76.500687

MMNS
MMNS069332Manuel Rimachi   111501994-10-11
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Maynas. Dtto Punchana. Carretera de la Marina, Iquitos, km 5, margen de Yarina Cocha, Río Nanay., -3.702801 -73.249036, 90m

MMNS
MMNS069331Sidney McDaniel   237731980-05-21
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Sargento Lores. Rio Tahuaho., -4.011026 -73.139604

MMNS
MMNS069330Sidney McDaniel   223681979-05-19
Peru, Loreto, Maynas, Maynas. Las Amazonas. Río Napo. Yarina Cocha near Juancho Playa., -3.343014 -72.803524


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Google Map

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Google Earth (KML)

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