Dataset: SD-Plants
Taxa: Lycianthes
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Barry Hammel   58381978-11-25
Panama, Cocle, Unknown, Near sawmill above El Cope., 830m

SD:Plants
Lycianthes synanthera (Sendtn.) Bitter
William Hahn   6531981-07-03
Mexico, Oaxaca, Unknown, 3.0 miles north of Comaltepec exit on Highway 172., 3200m

SD:Plants
Rafael Torres C.   86401986-06-17
Mexico, Oaxaca, Totontepec, Distr. Mixe, 2.0 km al SO de Totontepec, carr. Oaxaca., 1900m

SD:Plants
Rafael Torres C.   78201985-12-09
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tuxtepec, 4.0 km al SE de Metates, bajada a la Casita carr. Tuxtepec-Oax.

SD:Plants
Lycianthes lenta (Cav.) Bitter
Cipriano Martinez R.   3401985-11-27
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tehuantepec, Arroyo Las Minas, hacia El Zacatal, Rancho Limon, 17 km al O de Tehuantepec.

SD:Plants
Lycianthes lenta (Cav.) Bitter
Rafael Torres C.   83191986-05-22
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tehuantepec, Arroyo Las Minas, entrando por El Limon, la entrada es por el camino Hierba Santa Buenos Aires.

SD:Plants
Lycianthes lenta (Cav.) Bitter
Cipriano Martinez R.   9231987-04-23
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tehuantepec, Arroyo Las Minas, Rancho El Limon, El Limon se encuentra a 17 km al O de Tehuantepec

SD:Plants
Lycianthes lenta (Cav.) Bitter
Cipriano Martinez R.   6571986-07-10
Mexico, Oaxaca, Tehuantepec, Cerro Lieza, 2.0 km al NO de Tehuantepec.

SD:Plants
Gabriel Aguilar   99942004-05-13
Mexico, Chiapas, Ococingo, A 1.81 km al S de Frontera Corozal., 16.79833 -90.88139, 122m

SD:Plants
Andres Torres   321998-09-14
Mexico, Veracruz, Catemaco, Estacion de Biologica.U.V., 500m

SD:Plants
G. Martinez C.   211321970-05-22
Mexico, Veracruz, Unknown, Estacion Biologica de Los Tuxtlas, San Andres Tuxtla., 230m

SD:Plants
Lycianthes mexicana
R. Cox   s.n.1991-11-05
United States, California, San Diego, Collected at Quail, Encinitas., 33.05 -117.28333, 30m

SD:Plants
Lycianthes rantonnei (Carri?┬┐re) Bitter
E. Loomis   s.n.1990-04-25
United States, California, San Diego, Collected at Quail, Encinitas., 33.05 -117.28333, 30m


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