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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


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Ruprechtia coriacea (H. Karst.) S. F. Blake
G. Davidse   41941973-11-18
Venezuela, Guarico, Unknown, 3 kkm W of Paso Real along hwy. between Altagracia de Osrituco and Chaguaramas. Roadside strip of forest., 290m

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Jose C. Soto Nunez   5231977-12-25
Mexico, Michoacan, Tiquicheo Mich., Cuenca Media del Rio Balsas; En El Guayabo Zancon.

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G. Castillo C.   52741998-08-18
Mexico, Jalisco, La Huerta, Rancho Cuitzmala, N of the residences., 19.38333 -104.98333, 30m

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W.R. Anderson   58251970-02-00
Mexico, Mexico, Unknown, 13 km by road S of Corupo on road to Amatepec. Small stand of trees by stream, in heavily grazed area., 830m

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Wolfgang Boege   26471992-12-17
Mexico, Oaxaca, Unknown, Sn. Pedro Tututepec, Carr. A Pinotepan Nacional., 350m

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Mario Sousa   80681977-09-16
Mexico, Oaxaca, Teotitl n, A 3 km. al E-NE de Teotitlan del Camino, carr. A Huautla Distr. De Teotitlan., 1150m


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