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

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San Diego Natural History Museum


SD:Plants
Turpinia insignis (Kunth) Tul.
F. Ventura A.   11091970-03-20
Mexico, Puebla, Cuetzalan, Acaxiloco, 850m

SD:Plants
Turpinia occidentalis (Sw.) G. Don
F. Ventura A.   9521970-04-22
Mexico, Puebla, Zacapoaxtla, Tespilco, 1700m

SD:Plants
Turpinia insignis (Kunth) Tul.
F. Ventura   11441970-05-23
Mexico, Veracruz, Atzalan, Tatzayanala, 1400m

SD:Plants
Turpinia occidentalis (Sw.) G. Don
F. Ventura A.   11691970-05-28
Mexico, Veracruz, Jalacingo, Agua Cruz, 1500m

SD:Plants
Turpinia occidentalis (Sw.) G. Don
F. Ventura A.   9581970-04-23
Mexico, Puebla, Zacapoaxtla, Tespilco, 1800m

SD:Plants
Turpinia occidentalis (Sw.) G. Don
W. R. Anderson   59761970-03-00
Mexico, Jalisco, Unknown, Westrn slopes of Sierra de San Sebastian, 15-30 km north of Mascota on road to San Sebastian., 1450m

SD:Plants
C. G. Pringle   88781904-05-01
Mexico, Hidalgo, Unknown, Barranca below Honey Station.

SD:Plants
Turpinia insignis (Kunth) Tul.
F. Ventura A.   81421973-04-10
Mexico, Veracruz, Atzalan, Pilares, 400m


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