Dataset: GREE-GREE
Search Criteria: El Salvador; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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University of Northern Colorado Herbarium


GREE:GREE
09223Dunn, D.B., C. Dziekanowski, M. Pennell   230441978-01-08
El Salvador, West of San Miguel, 13.46523 -88.26136

GREE:GREE
Aristida schiedeana Trin. & Rupr.
31776Harmon, William E., J.A. Fuentes   49951970-12-04
El Salvador, S of volcan san Miguel on Hwy. CA 2, San Miguel

GREE:GREE
Cenchrus brownii Roem. & Schult.
31835Harmon, William E., J.A. Fuentes   49931970-12-04
El Salvador, 1 mi. W of Lambardia, La. Pas

GREE:GREE
Acanthocereus horridus Britton & Rose
33430Pennell, Francis, Dunn & Dziekanowski   2521978-07-26
El Salvador, Hwy. CA-1, 14.082364 -89.830361

GREE:GREE
Lasiacis ruscifolia (H.B. Kunth) Hitchc.
40270Harmon, William E.   49981970-12-04
El Salvador, San Miguel, S of Volcano San Miguel on Hwy. CA 2

GREE:GREE
40378Harmon, William E., J.A. Fuentes   49701970-12-01
El Salvador, Santa Ana, east side of Lake Coatepeque

GREE:GREE
41431Harmon, W. E., J. A. Fuentes   50001970-12-04
El Salvador, South of Volcan San Miguel on hwy. Ca 2, San Miguel


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