Dataset: MSC-
Search Criteria: Guatemala; Chimaltenango; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Michigan State University


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Asplenium castaneum Schltdl. & Cham.
MSC0185505John H. Beaman   32721959-08-16
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Volcan Acatenango, northwest side of peak, 3825m

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MSC0173430John H. Beaman   40391960-08-06
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Volcan de Fuego; north side of mtn on Meseta, 3500m

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Dryopteris patula (Sw.) Underw.
MSC0260018John H. Beaman   40111960-08-05
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, At Tres Cruces on north side of Volcan Acatenango, 9 miles west of San Miguel Dueñas on road to Yepocapa, 2500m

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Pleopeltis mexicana (Fée) Mickel & Beitel
MSC0264324John H. Beaman   40191960-08-05
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, At Tres Cruces on N side of Volcan Acatenango, 9 mi W of San Miguel Dieñas on road to Yepocapa, 2500m

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MSC0285628Charles L. Gilly   1401944-11-21
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Near boundary of Depto. Solola, above town of Tecpan on road to Los Encuentros and Totonicapan

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Leandra subseriata (Naudin) Cogn.
MSC0285870John H. Beaman   40091960-08-05
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, At Tres Cruces on north side of Volcan Acatenango, 9 miles west of San Miguel Duenas on road to Yepocapa; ca. 2500 m. alt.

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MSC0292650John H. Beaman   32831959-08-16
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Volcan Acatenango; just south of highest peak, 3970m

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MSC0292654John H. Beaman   40261960-08-06
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, Volcan de Fuego; north side of mtn. on Meseta, 3600m

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MSC0292696J.A. Soule, L.A. Prather   3025B1992-01-01
Guatemala, Chimaltenango, 25.6 mi NW of Chimaltenango on Rte CA 1., 14.783333 91, 2400m


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