Dataset: OKLA-
Search Criteria: Venezuela; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Oklahoma State University Herbarium


OKLA
OKLA101005Julian A. Steyermark & Marvin Rabe   964451966-08-14
Venezuela, Anzoategui, West of Clarines, 100m

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OKLA101266Julián A. Steyermark & Marvin Rabe   970221966-08-31
Venezuela, Mérida, En la carretera a Chiguara [on the road to Chiguara]; arriba de afluente de Río Chama [above tributary of Río Chama], 600 - 700m

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OKLA101313Julian A. Steyermark   959541966-07-10
Venezuela, Distrito Federal, between Macuto and Naiguatá, 2m

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OKLA101463Julián A. Steyermark & Marvin Rabe   964381966-08-14
Venezuela, Sucre, Peninsula de Paria; oeste de Carúpano [east of Carúpano], 5m

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OKLA101814Getulio Agostini & Thais de Agostini   11611973-04-17
Venezuela, Delta Amacuro, Camino entre Tucupita (62˚03 0 -- 9˚04'N) y los Güires (61˚52' 0 -- 9˚14'N) [road between Tucupita and Los Güires], 50m

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OKLA101927Getulio Agostini, Gilberto Morillo, Beatriz de Morillo   18501973-07-12
Venezuela, Yaracuy, Distrito San Felipe, Camino El Guayabo-La Hoya 0.5 Km N de El Guayabo, 10.45 -68.466667, 150 - 200m

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OKLA101955Julián A. Steyermark & Marvin Rabe   967991966-08-28
Venezuela, Tachira, Entre Michelena y Boca de Monte, oeste de Zumbador [Between Michelena and Boca de Monte, west of Zumbador], 2000 - 2400m

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OKLA102074Julián A. Steyermark & Marvin Rabe   970421966-08-31
Venezuela, Mérida, Adyacente a los saltos de Río González por la carretera norte de La Mesa, al este de Jají y sureste de La Carbonera [Adjacent to the rapids of Río González, on the northern road of La Mesa, east of Jají and southeast of La Carbonera], 1900 - 2100m


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