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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Warren Douglas Stevens   18271973-08-28
Mexico, Jalisco, Unknown, Along Hwy 110 about 5.0 mi NE of Rio Tuxpan bridge and about 2.0 mi NE of Huizache.

SD:Plants
Tripogandra disgrega (Kunth) Woodson
E. Ventura V.   13961983-09-14
Mexico, Jalisco, Chiautla, Tepatitlan (town); pastizal en ladera de cerro., 2400m

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Tripogandra palmeri (Rose) Woodson
A. C. Sanders   93461989-09-06
Mexico, Sonora, Unknown, Upper crossing of the Rio Cuchujaqui, 12 miles by road E of Alamos and ca. 1.5 mi. E of Sabinito Sur., 27.00833 -108.78333

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Tripogandra grandiflora (Donn.Sm.) Woodson
A. C. Sanders   98291990-03-14
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Chetumal, Tropical evergreen forest; 3.2-6.4 km N of Tomas Garrido on the road which joins Hwy 186 west of Nicolas Bravo, 89.06667 -18.08333, 150m

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Tripogandra amplexicaulis (Klotzsch ex C.B.Clarke) Woodson
J. E. Laferriere   16311988-08-08
Mexico, Chihuahua, Temosachi, Nabogame, in pine oak forest., 28.5 -108.5, 1800m

SD:Plants
Tripogandra palmeri (Rose) Woodson
A. L. Reina G.   96-5141996-09-09
Mexico, Sonora, Yecora, 1.5 km southwest of Santa Ana on road to Guadalupe Tayopa; rocky canyon with Populus brandegei, tropical deciduous forest on slopes., 28.38167 -109.15833, 775m

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Tripogandra grandiflora (Donn.Sm.) Woodson
   s.n.
Unknown

SD:Plants
Tripogandra amplexicaulis (Klotzsch ex C.B.Clarke) Woodson
Rzedowski   11691973-10-00
Mexico, Jalisco, Tamazula, Cerca de Agua Hedionda, +/- 45 km. al E de El Aserradero, sobre el camino a Manuel M. Dieguez., 1900m

SD:Plants
Tripogandra disgrega (Kunth) Woodson
A. Ventura A.   2641975-09-12
Mexico, Hidalgo, Tlanalapan, Cerro de Tepan, ladera de cerro; sobre penas; cultivo abandonado., 2600m


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